All posts tagged review
LARA BUXBAUM says that October, the startling new novel by Zoë Wicomb, is a cause for celebration.
JOSHUA MASEROW reviews Are South Africans Free?, a limpid critique by Lawrence Hamilton of the democratic South Africa’s challenges in attaining genuine freedom for all its citizens.
BONGANI KONA reviews London – Cape Town – Joburg, Zukiswa Wanner’s new novel, and discovers it’s a cracking read.
In her review of The Signature of All Things, Elizabeth Gilbert’s twee new novel, TARAH CHILDES suggests the author is still writing for the same love-starved, embittered audience of middle-aged divorcees she garnered with Eat, Pray, Love.
JONATHAN AMID reviews Thando Mgqolozana’s new novel, Unimportance — a fascinating, deeply funny and heartfelt meditation on integrity within and beyond the realm of student politics.
SOPHY KOHLER reviews Donna Tartt’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Goldfinch.
BEVERLY RYCROFT reviews False River, the haunting debut novel by Dominique Botha.
Lara Buxbaum reviews The Flamethrowers, the irresistible, continent-traversing second novel by Rachel Kushner.