NEWS

Remarkable ... In his excess, [Zamani] has more in common with Saleem Sinai, the narrator of Salman Rushdie’s classic “Midnight’s Children”... in his usurpation of facts and stories [he] resembles Charles Kinbote in Vladimir Nabokov’s “Pale Fire.
— DINAW MENGESTU, THE NEW YORK TIMES
 
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Tshuma’s brilliant layering of competing images and metaphors is one of the many marvels of this wise and demanding novel ... Zamani’s radical retelling of the past is a sublime performance of narrative possibilities ... a remarkable feat ... ambitious and ingenious.
— DINAW MENGESTU, THE NEW YORK TIMES