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Amazon is apologizing for accidentally shipping Margaret Atwood's new novel ahead of its release date Atwood is the award winning author of the handmaid's tale which is now a popular series on Hulu her new book the testaments is a sequel to the handmaid's tale and was set for release on September tenth Amazon says due to a technical error some customers received their copies of the book ahead of time who in MGM say they are planning to develop the new novel for