Margaret Atwood is writing a sequel to "The Handmaid's Tale" entitled "The Testaments."
The book is set to be published September 2019, BuzzFeed News reports.
Atwood told the outlet that the sequel will be set 15 years after the end of "The Handmaid's Tale" and will feature the first book's protagonist, Offred.
"The Testaments" will be narrated by three female characters, but will still focus on the first book's protagonist, Offred.
"The Handmaid's Tale" was published in 1985 and takes place in the Republic of Gilead, a dystopian U.S. where women have been stripped of reproductive autonomy. Many have drawn comparisons between the novel and rhetoric from the Trump administration, including Atwood herself.
The book was adapted for an award-winning show on Hulu and has gained prominence as a symbol of resistance in left-leaning circles.
Women protesting the nomination of Supreme Court Justice Brett KavanaughBrett Michael KavanaughSupreme Court seems wary of Boston's refusal to allow flying of Christian flag Voting rights, Trump's Big Lie, and Republicans' problem with minorities Supreme Court agrees to hear case on HS coach's suspension over on-field prayers MORE dressed as handmaids in long red cloaks and white hats to demonstrate their opposition to his originalist philosophy.
At least 100 women dressed as handmaids protested Vice President Pence while he was on a trip to Philadelphia in July.
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