If only Penelope could have been more than what they made her.
What would The Handmaid's Tale look like set in the world of Red Queen? Whether you care to ask that question or not, Grace and Fury is here with an answer.
Tradition does a fine job taking on the muddied waters of consent and rape culture, getting the central message right. Where it trips up is everything else.
Miller is less apologist for the witch of Aiaia and more gritty journalist resolved to bring her true tale to light.
I expected this book to be feminist. I knew it would be timely. Its core message and activist leanings didn't surprise me at all. What I didn't expect was for this book to be so flipping funny. It's a given that the style won't be for everyone, but hell, I had a good time.