Perfection has its price

“They’re preternaturally beautiful, thinks Toby. Unlike us. We must seem subhuman to them, with our flapping extra skins, our aging faces, our warped bodies, too thin, too fat, too hairy, too knobbly. Perfection exacts a price, but it’s the imperfect who pay it.”

Excerpt From: Atwood, Margaret. “MaddAddam.” Nan A. Talese, 2013-09-03. iBooks.
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