Canadian author Margaret Atwood is penning the sequel to one of her best-known books, Handicraft story.
"Wills is set for 15 years after Offred's last scene and tells the story of three female characters, "Atwood discovered using Twitter.
Yes, indeed, for those who asked: I wrote the order of The #HandmaidsTale. #TheTestaments is set at 15 years after Offred's last scene, and it tells three female characters. It will be published in September 2019. More details: https://t.co/e1umh5FwpX pic.twitter.com/pePp0zpuif
The new novel will be published in September 2019.
Published in 1985 Handicraft story is a dystopian, close future story of a totalitarian state called Gilead, who has been kidnapped in the United States. In 1985, he won the Fellowship of the Governor General, in 1986 he was listed on the Booker Award, and sold eight million copies worldwide.
For decades, Canadian schools have studied at Canadian schools, the novel has unveiled a renewed resonance with the new generation of fans over recent years, thanks to the US political climate, as well as the well-known Emmy winning Hulu streaming and television series, in which Elisabeth Moss stumbled as "Offred" – ultimately returning the original novel bestseller listings.
According to Atwood publishers, the expected result is not related to Hulu's adaptation, which is currently being produced in the third season.
Wills has inspired "everything you ever asked me about Gilead and its internal actions," said Atwood.
"The second inspiration is the world in which we live."