Orphan sisters chase monsters of urban legend in Bloemfontein.
At a busy taxi rank, a woman kills a man with her shoe. A
genomicist is accused of playing God when she creates a
fatherless child. Intruders is a collection that explores how it feels
not to belong. These are stories of unremarkable people thrust
into extraordinary situations by events beyond their control.
With a unique and memorable touch, Mohale Mashigo
explores the everyday ills we live with and wrestle constantly, all
the while allowing hidden energies to emerge and play out their
Intruders is speculative fiction at its best.
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What an "uwhoa"
Sun, 28 Oct 2018 | Review
by: Aviwe M
Bought the book in September and I've been putting off reading it simply because I knew reading it would mean me devouring it in hours and being left.. empty. I don't know how else to describe the sadness of finishing a really great book. Anyway, beautifully written short stories with my fave being "on the run" (though untitled deserves it's own full length book and I'm sure many others have made similar requests to the author).
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