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Margaret Atwood puts the human heart to the ultimate test in an utterly brilliant new novel that is as visionary as The Handmaid's Tale and as richly imagined as The Blind Assassin.
Stan and Charmaine are a married couple trying to stay afloat in the midst of an economic and social collapse. Job loss has forced them to live in their car, leaving them vulnerable to roving ga
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Published September 29th 2015 by Nan A. Talese (first published September 24th 2015)
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Mar 17, 2015Desirae marked it as to-read
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Mar 12, 2015Elyse Walters rated it really liked it
I loved the beginning of this story. I was hooked. Stan and Charmaine were living in their car -
married- having lost their jobs.
I was also wondering when the bomb was going to explode, as I read several negative early-reviews, from trusted friends.
NO BOMB FROM ME.. I liked this book! I had fun! Sometimes it took me a couple of times to re-read sentences to attach my own imagination ( and my own understanding), to what was going on in a section of the book - but I caught on.
Honestly, I had l
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Oct 22, 2015Cecily rated it it was ok
Shelves: dystopian, crime-detective-mystery, canada-and-usa
Be careful what you wish for:
“What if we get rejected?”
“What if we get accepted?”
When ignorance is bliss, ‘tis folly to be wise.
Cecily wished for the latest Atwood. Starting a new Atwood is a treat, especially one hot off the press. She has enjoyed nine* Atwoods over the years, all very different, but all excellent. Cecily’s not initially sure quite what to expect with this one, other than speculative fiction, with a dystopian twist, but she trusts Atwood with this genre.
Then again, there was
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Jul 15, 2018Amalia Gavea rated it it was ok
Shelves: canadian-literature, contemporary, speculative-fiction
‘’Someone’s accepting it, Stan thought. You can bet they are. If there’s money in it.’’
Stan and Charmaine are married, young and hopeful. However, a devastating economic crisis has taken away their jobs and their home. All they have left is an old car that has become their place of residence and is actually the opposite of a shelter. Violence reigns, people sell baby blood for money and the couple has seemingly no escape until Charmaine sees an advert for a new project called Positron. They’re
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May 31, 2015Glenn Sumi rated it really liked it · review of another edition
Margaret Atwood’s new novel depicts another dystopia, but this one has a lighter tone than The Handmaid’s Tale or the MaddAddam Trilogy.
After all, it features life-size sex dolls and groups of Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley impersonators. Plus: it’s partly set in Las Vegas! But there’s definitely a sinister underbelly to this world that, as in the best speculative fiction, says a lot about problems in our current one.
After an economic collapse, 30-something couple Stan and Charmaine are reduce
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1.5 stars
There's not much more depressing from a reader's standpoint than watching one of your favorite authors tank spectacularly. I was cautiously optimistic that the uneven, rocky start of Margaret Atwood's The Heart Goes Last was just a momentary hiccup, that she'd figure out what kind of kind of book she was writing (dark, broody dystopia? or comedic farce?) and redeem herself from literary aimlessness.
Alas, twas not to be. What started with a compelling premise and biting social commenta
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Dec 06, 2015Trudi rated it really liked it
Shelves: oh-canada, girls-behaving-badly, laugh-out-loud, 2015, science-fiction, modern-lit, dystopia

Hey look! It's Margaret Atwood does the Stepford Wives! Hilarity and perversity ensues! But with an underbelly of nastiness that will make you examine your darkest desires! Your commitment to your significant other(s)! Your notions of free will and (ugh!) what it means to be happy! Happy at last! Smile goddammit!!!
I had a lot of fun reading this one, probably because it's easy to tell while reading it Atwood had a lot of fun writing it. It's the best kind of satire, one that doesn't take itself
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Jun 29, 2015Carly rated it liked it
~2.5
This is awkward to admit, but I'm not really sure what to make of this book.
The Heart Goes Last takes place in a near-future dystopia where the economy has collapsed and with it has fallen all societal order. Stan and Charmaine are forced to live out of their car, subsisting off of Charmaine's meagre waitress salary, always moving to fend off thieves and gangsters and rapists that will attack any working vehicle. When Charmaine sees an advertisement for a new life in the symbiotic prison/tow
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What starts off as inspired dystopic horror, a parable or metaphor for the ages, heartbreakingly bleak, soon after delves into bleh. The title tells all: the taut & pretty perfect prose of Atwood (sorry lame musicians & beadyeyed actors, THIS is Canada's BEST export) has heart until it just doesn't. The beating is thus finished, the rigor mortis sets in within moments..
This--her latest--may just be my least favorite of hers. (Horrors!)
Not rating this. There is not much more I can take of this. Pages and pages of the sex lives of the four main characters, Enough is enough already. I'm done. Started out promising and than slid down from there. Maybe die hard Atwood fans will think differently.
Jul 09, 2015Dee rated it did not like it
When Gregor Samsa wakes up to find himself transformed into an insect, or when the unnamed narrator of The Committee eats his own arm after a harrowing ordeal with Egyptian bureaucracy, I believe the stories, absolutely. I feel along with the characters - no matter how bizarre the scenarios may be - because they feel human, living in altered worlds that nevertheless hold up a mirror to this one.
The bizarre premise and the weird scenarios in The Heart Goes Last are, as another reviewer calls them
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Nov 17, 2017James rated it really liked it · review of another edition
‘The Heart Goes Last’ is Margaret Atwood’s darkly comic dystopian satire. It’s a story of extreme social engineering which feels at first very light, somewhat populist in nature – the narrative initially feels almost predictable, however…
Margaret Atwood is not an author who disappoints, neither is she one who writes safe and predictable novels. Although the setting and initial premise here does initially feel as though we know where she is taking us, this is certainly not the case. Neither is At
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'The Heart Goes Last' balances on a tightrope between humor and horror - and manages to ride its unicycle all the way across.
The sharp social satire begins with Charmaine and Stan, a married couple, victims of the recession, who have been reduced to living out of their car. They haven't quite hit bottom: Stan hasn't agreed to go work for his criminal brother, and Charmaine isn't yet turning tricks at the seedy bar where she has a couple of afternoon shifts. But they're close.
Then, they see an o
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Nov 10, 2015Matthew rated it really liked it
Wow - this book was weird! But, very interesting an unique. Throughout the whole thing it kept changing directions so I never knew what was coming. But, it was not in a big plot twist sort of way, it was in a 'how is that monkey going to get to New York? Oh, he is going to ride a turkey that is a disabled war veteran' sort of way. (if what I just wrote makes sense to you, then I am not explaining it very well)
If you like weird tales with a few laughs and a lot of head scratching, this is the boo
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Jan 18, 2019etherealfire rated it really liked it · review of another edition
What did I just read? Dystopian/black comedy? I know this book has gotten mixed Goodreads reviews. But I just kind of loved this.
Jun 12, 2015Ron Charles rated it did not like it
Margaret Atwood has long been a wry, incisive prophet. From “The Handmaid’s Tale” to her “Oryx and Crake” trilogy, she’s exposed our current ills by peering down the path and discerning perils fast approaching.
In that time-traveling mode, I’ve just returned from next Tuesday and can report that her upcoming novel is a silly mess.
Several chapters of “The Heart Goes Last” appeared a few years ago in serial form on Byliner under the title “Positron.” At the time, Atwood told NPR that she was inspir
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Mar 12, 2015Rebecca rated it liked it
Shelves: dystopian, science-fiction, unsolicited-from-publisher, reviewed-for-blog
Atwood’s previous project was the Maddaddam trilogy; while there are still dystopian elements here, she is blending speculative elements with realist social commentary in a way that makes me hope she is leaving the overt absurdity of her sci-fi scenarios behind. I didn’t dislike the Maddaddam books per se, but nor did I feel that it was necessary to turn Oryx and Crake into a trilogy, especially when the two following novels only re-examined events from different perspectives, filling in backsto..more
Mar 17, 2015Jenny (Reading Envy) rated it it was ok · review of another edition
Shelves: reviewcopy, sci-fi-fantasy, read2015, post-apocalypse-and-dystopia, audiobook
This is going to be a difficult review for me to write. First of all, you should know that I love Margaret Atwood, from her poetry to her literary novels to her dystopian novels. I consider Oryx and Crake as one of my favorite reads and one of the novels I recommend most to people who either read science fiction and need a bridge to 'regular' literature and vice versa. I quit a book club over that book, Margaret!
I was excited about Positron when Margaret Atwood was first publishing it in serial
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I somehow managed to finish this book and cannot decide what point Margaret Atwood is trying to make. At some early on point, a really great story line is hijacked by a couple hundred pages of sex-crazed half-characters and a never-ending series of needlessly complicated plot twists. None of the bad things that happen really require the prison-for-housing scheme setup and the plot (lust!betrayal!other less interesting things!) could have unfolded anywhere.
She lost me at the point when we find ou
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Mar 12, 2015Mona rated it really liked it · review of another edition
Hilarious Post Apocalyptic Parody of Consumerism
The Old Girl's Better than Ever
Some writers fade as they age.
Not Margaret Atwood. If anything, she gets sharper as she gets older.
Her outrageous creativity and wicked sense of humor are front and center in her latest novel, a romp through post-Armageddon North America.
Plot Summary
Charmaine and Stan are barely surviving in the post apocalypse Northeast. (I think the collapse is ecological and economic rather than military, but it doesn't matte
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The heart goes last movieJul 28, 2015Wanda rated it really liked it · review of another edition
Shelves: canadian-eh, dystopian, female-authors, read-in-2015
Atwood writes very believable dystopian worlds—this one is set after a global economic meltdown where things are getting pretty desperate for regular people, those who are currently being politically courted & labelled as “middle class.” Stan & Charmaine are living in their car, struggling to survive. Stan hasn’t yet knuckled under & joined his criminal brother’s enterprise and Charmaine is still waitressing and resisting the idea of turning tricks on the side for extra income. As a..more
Sep 01, 2015Oriana rated it liked it · review of another edition
new Atwood = joy so huge I am terrifyingly contagious w/ it
I mean yes of course I loved this because I love Margaret Atwood more than anything anything anything (except for one or two things). But I don't think it's one of her best. It feels very rushed, very surface — like a preliminary sketch that hasn't been fully filled in, especially at the beginning. I'd have liked more buildup, more poorness and sickness desperation, so that we are more convinced when our heroes (?) make the decision to [
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Mar 14, 2016Marie rated it really liked it
“Then he’s unconscious. Then he stops breathing. The heart goes last.”
A wacked, absurd novel that becomes obvious satire as the novel continues. As I read this book, I initially took it very seriously, trying to connect with the characters, understand motives, etc. However, by the end with the organ harvesting, blue bears knitting by inmates for the pedophiles, sexbots, green man group, Elvises and Marilyns it became obvious that the book is entirely satirical and meant to be comical. It also se
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Jan 04, 2019Eli rated it it was ok · review of another edition
WTF this was so fucked up but really not in a good way???
Me reading this book:
Maybe I'm just too dumb to get the deeper meaning behind this but I found it really disturbing and strange! All the sexism was just so bad and while I think I know what Atwood wants to say, I think she just couldn't communicate it as good as in the Handmaids Tale.
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Oct 03, 2016Will Ansbacher rated it it was ok
Oh, man; this has to be one of Atwood’s weakest novels, and one that doesn’t really deserve a (view spoiler)[spoiler alert, because there’s really not much suspense here. Plus, I’m going to pass on some of the more excruciating stuff altogether. (hide spoiler)]
It starts out promisingly, in a dystopian near-future, the kind the Atwood does so well: Stan and Charmaine are a down-and-out couple who’ve lost their jobs and home and are living in their car. It’s a mean world where banks and industry
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Jul 04, 2015Meredith rated it it was amazing
In the near-distant future, Stan and Charmaine are living in a world where the economy has crashed, violence and crime are at an all-time high, and there doesn't seem to be a way out. Once upon a time, Stan and Charmaine had decent jobs, a house they could barely afford, and a seemingly happy marriage. When the economy crashed, they lost everything and now live out of their car. One night, while working at a bar, Charmaine sees an advertisement for a life changing opportunity--move to the town o..more
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Another marvellous Atwood novel, accessible on so many levels. The (unsettlingly prescient) futuristic plot is filled with asides to folk-tales - Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Beauty and the Beast - with a running CLOCKWORK ORANGE motif. Marvellous; grim; funny; dark. And sadly, all too plausible..
Sep 08, 2015Kasia rated it really liked it · review of another edition
I was pleased with this reading. If any book could be bipolar, this would be it. On one side- the worst of human atrocities (pedophilia, selective euthanasia, illegal organ harvesting), and on the other side - dry, emotionless language in which it all was presented.
Because there is nothing wrong with manufacturing bionic children/toddlers-sex dolls as a way to eradicate sex trafficking. Right?
Definitely messed with my head. Recommended.
Aug 24, 2015Amy rated it it was ok
Shelves: from-publisher, edelweis-netgalley_review, fiction, arc-copy, read-in-2015
I am so uncomfortable with the idea of rating an Atwood book 2 stars but I feel like I have to given my experience with this novel. I typically love Atwood's novels - but this just didn't live up to my expectations. The premise is good - I love how Atwood views dystopian situations and I think this particular premise had a great deal of promise. And the book began quite well - I was engaged, interested and it was very readable. But, at a certain point, the novel went off the rails and just never..more
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Margaret Atwood was born in 1939 in Ottawa and grew up in northern Ontario, Quebec, and Toronto. She received her undergraduate degree from Victoria College at the University of Toronto and her master's degree from Radcliffe College.
Throughout her writing career, Margaret Atwood has received numerous awards and honourary degrees. She is the author of more than thirty-five volumes of poetry, childr
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Heart failure is characterized by the heart’s inability to pump an adequate supply of blood to the body. Without sufficient blood flow, all major body functions are disrupted. Heart failure is a condition or a collection of symptoms that weaken your heart.

In some people with heart failure, the heart has difficulty pumping enough blood to support other organs in the body. Other people may have a hardening and stiffening of the heart muscle itself, which blocks or reduces blood flow to the heart.

Heart failure can affect the right or left side of your heart, or both at the same time. It can be either an acute (short-term) or chronic (ongoing) condition. Fender jazz bass serial number.

In acute heart failure, the symptoms appear suddenly but go away fairly quickly. This condition often occurs after a heart attack. It may also be a result of a problem with the heart valves that control the flow of blood in the heart.

In chronic heart failure, however, symptoms are continuous and don’t improve over time. The vast majority of heart failure cases are chronic.

About 5.7 million Americans have heart failure, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Most of these people are men. However, women are more likely to die from heart failure when the condition goes untreated.

Heart failure is a serious medical condition that requires treatment. Early treatment increases your chances of long-term recovery with fewer complications. Call your doctor right away if you’re having any symptoms of heart failure.

The symptoms of heart failure may include:

  • excessive fatigue
  • persistent coughing
  • irregular pulse
  • protruding neck veins

Heart failure is most often related to another disease or illness. The most common cause of heart failure is coronary artery disease (CAD), a disorder that causes narrowing of the arteries that supply blood and oxygen to the heart. Other conditions that may increase your risk for developing heart failure include:

  • cardiomyopathy, a disorder of the heart muscle that causes the heart to become weak
  • heart valve disease
  • certain types of arrhythmias, or irregular heart rhythms
  • emphysema, a disease of the lung
  • an overactive or underactive thyroid
  • severe forms of anemia
  • certain cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy
  • drug or alcohol misuse

Heart failure can occur in either the left or right side of your heart. It’s also possible for both sides of your heart to fail at the same time.

Heart failure is also classified as either diastolic or systolic. Webbie i got that free download.

Left-sided heart failure

Left-sided heart failure is the most common type of heart failure.

The left heart ventricle is located in the bottom left side of your heart. This area pumps oxygen-rich blood to the rest of your body.

Left-sided heart failure occurs when the left ventricle doesn’t pump efficiently. This prevents your body from getting enough oxygen-rich blood. The blood backs up into your lungs instead, which causes shortness of breath and a buildup of fluid.

Right-sided heart failure

The right heart ventricle is responsible for pumping blood to your lungs to collect oxygen. Right-sided heart failure occurs when the right side of your heart can’t perform its job effectively. It’s usually triggered by left-sided heart failure. The accumulation of blood in the lungs caused by left-sided heart failure makes the right ventricle work harder. This can stress the right side of the heart and cause it to fail.

Right-sided heart failure can also occur as a result of other conditions, such as lung disease. According to the Mayo Clinic, right-sided heart failure is marked by swelling of the lower extremities. This swelling is caused by fluid backup in the legs, feet, and abdomen.

Diastolic heart failure

Diastolic heart failure occurs when the heart muscle becomes stiffer than normal. The stiffness, which is usually due to heart disease, means that your heart doesn’t fill with blood easily. This is known as diastolic dysfunction. It leads to a lack of blood flow to the rest of the organs in your body.

Diastolic heart failure is more common in women than in men.

Systolic heart failure

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Systolic heart failure occurs when the heart muscle loses its ability to contract. The contractions of the heart are necessary to pump oxygen-rich blood out to the body. This problem is known as systolic dysfunction, and it usually develops when your heart is weak and enlarged.

Systolic heart failure is more common in men than in women.

Both diastolic and systolic heart failure can occur on the left or right sides of the heart. You may have either condition on both sides of the heart.

Heart failure can happen to anyone. However, certain factors may increase your risk of developing this condition.

People of African descent are at the highest risk of having heart failure compared to other races. Men have a higher incidence than women.

People with diseases that damage the heart are also at an increased risk. These diseases include:

  • anemia
  • hyperthyroidism
  • hypothyroidism

Certain behaviors can also increase your risk of developing heart failure, including:

  • eating foods high in fat or cholesterol
  • living a sedentary lifestyle
chest X-rayThis test can provide images of the heart and the surrounding organs.
electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG)Usually done in a doctor’s office, this test measures the electrical activity of the heart.
heart MRIAn MRI produces images of the heart without the use of radiation.
nuclear scanA very small dose of radioactive material is injected into your body to create images of the chambers of your heart.
catheterization or coronary angiogramIn this type of X-ray exam, the doctor inserts a catheter into your blood vessel, usually in the groin or arm. They then guide it into the heart. This test can show how much blood is currently flowing through the heart.
stress examDuring a stress exam, an EKG machine monitors your heart function while you run on a treadmill or perform another type of exercise.
Holter monitoringElectrode patches are placed on your chest and attached to a small machine called a Holter monitor for this test. The machine records the electrical activity of your heart for at least 24 to 48 hours.

An echocardiogram is the most effective way to diagnose heart failure. It uses sound waves to create detailed pictures of your heart, which help your doctor evaluate the damage to your heart and determine the underlying causes of your condition. Your doctor may use an echocardiogram along with other tests, including the following:

Your doctor may also perform a physical exam to check for physical signs of heart failure. For instance, leg swelling, an irregular heartbeat, and bulging neck veins may make your doctor suspect heart failure almost immediately.

Treating heart failure depends on the severity of your condition. Early treatment can improve symptoms fairly quickly, but you should still get regular testing every three to six months. The main goal of treatment is to increase your lifespan.

Medication

Early stages of heart failure may be treated with medications to help relieve your symptoms and prevent your condition from getting worse. Certain medications are prescribed to:

  • improve your heart’s ability to pump blood
  • reduce your heart rate, when necessary
  • remove excess sodium and replenish potassium levels

Always speak with your doctor before taking new medications. Some medications are completely off-limits to people with heart failure, including naproxen (Aleve, Naprosyn) and ibuprofen (Advil, Midol).

Surgery

Some people with heart failure will need surgery, such as coronary bypass surgery. During this surgery, your surgeon will take a healthy piece of artery and attach it to the blocked coronary artery. This allows the blood to bypass the blocked, damaged artery and flow through the new one.

Your doctor may also suggest an angioplasty. In this procedure, a catheter with a small balloon attached is inserted into the blocked or narrowed artery. Once the catheter reaches the damaged artery, your surgeon inflates a balloon to open the artery. Your surgeon may need to place a permanent stent, or wire mesh tube, into the blocked or narrowed artery. A stent permanently holds your artery open and can help prevent further narrowing of the artery.

Other people with heart failure will need pacemakers to help control heart rhythms. These small devices are placed into the chest. They can slow your heart rate down when the heart is beating too quickly or increase heart rate if the heart is beating too slowly. Pacemakers are often used along with bypass surgery as well as medications.

Heart transplants are used in the final stages of heart failure, when all other treatments have failed. During a transplant, your surgeon removes all or part of your heart and replaces it with a healthy heart from a donor.

A healthy lifestyle can help treat heart failure and prevent the condition from developing in the first place. Losing weight and exercising regularly can significantly decrease your risk of heart failure. Reducing the amount of salt in your diet can also lower your risk.

Other healthy lifestyle habits include:

  • reducing alcohol intake
  • avoiding foods high in fat
  • getting an adequate amount of sleep

Untreated heart failure can eventually lead to congestive heart failure (CHF), a condition in which blood builds up in other areas of your body. In this potentially life-threatening condition, you may experience fluid retention in your limbs as well as in your organs, such as the liver and lungs.

Heart attack

A heart attack may also occur as a result of a complication related to heart failure.

Call 911 or your local emergency services right away if you have these symptoms:

  • crushing chest pain
  • discomfort in the chest, such as squeezing or tightness
  • discomfort in the upper body, including numbness or a coldness
  • excessive fatigue
  • rapid heart rate

Heart failure is usually a long-term condition that requires ongoing treatment to prevent complications. When heart failure is left untreated, the heart can weaken so severely that it causes a life-threatening complication.

It’s important to recognize that heart failure can happen to anyone. You should take lifelong preventive measures to stay healthy. Always contact your doctor if you suddenly have any new and unexplained symptoms that may indicate a problem with your heart.

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Because heart failure is most often a chronic condition, your symptoms will likely get worse over time. Medications and surgeries can help relieve your symptoms, but such treatments may not help if you have a severe case of heart failure. In some cases, heart failure can even be life-threatening.

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Early treatment is key in preventing the most serious cases of heart failure. Call your doctor right away if you’re showing signs of heart failure or if you believe you have the condition.