In this collection of miscellaneous writings by Margaret Atwood, Gertrude describes what really happened in Hamlet , an ugly sister and a wicked stepmother put in a good word for themselves, and a reincarnated bat explains how Bram Stoker got Dracula hopelessly wrong.
Atwood's offbeat fiction is always charming, insightful and provocative. - PREVIEW
Full of fun and invention, with an edge that cuts through preconceptions ... an entertaining sampler of Atwood's cleverness and imagination - NICOLETTE Jones, INDEPENDENT on Sunday
A novelist and poet of great gifts - GUARDIAN
Everything she forms in words has substance and weight - DAILY TELEGRAPH