Musubi.bunny asked:

Please don't bash me... but I have a real question - someone explain to me how this is a feminist book? I don't see any movement within the book to establish equality for women. What I did read was a lot being done to keep women in their "place."

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Brad Stevens THE HUNT does indeed show women being kept in their place, but I think it's clear that this state of affairs is not portrayed as a desirable one. I intended the book as a warning about what might happen if the misogyny which exists in so many parts of the world were to be allowed free reign. Technically, it's a feminist dystopian novel (like Margaret Atwood's THE HANDMAID'S TALE), which is to say that it presents a feminist's idea of what a dystopian society might look like - a feminist nightmare, perhaps.

By the way, sorry for taking so long to answer your question - I don't look at Goodreads that often.
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