Margaret Atwood's Waves: Fact Or Fiction?

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Did you know that Waves was only rated three stars, out of five? This is no hoax, since over a thousand people voted. Some readers may argue that Waves is very descriptive, and contains several little details, but other readers say that these details slow down the pace of the book, and the story uses long outdated terms and references, doesn’t contain many plot twists, and has a boring ending that makes the reader want to stop reading. This story has a setting that not that many people would understand. Waves takes place in England during the mid-1900s. Because of this, it uses terms and references that don’t make much sense to the reader. For example, many times, the author uses the phrase, “someone is walking over my grave.” The reader
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