The first novel by Mongane Serote since his acclaimed To Every
Birth Its Blood, Gods of Our Time traces the latter years of the
liberation struggle in South Africa and successfully conveys the
bewilderment and uncertainty that were the experience of those
involved in the historic events of this time.
Unique in the multitude of characters who enter the pages in a
seemingly random manner and then inexplicably leave again, the
novel accurately portrays the surreal mood of the day when people
really did come and go, frequently disappearing without a
Gods of Our Time is a challenging and enriching novelistic
experience, one that addresses an important moment in South African
history, and in many ways exemplifies the shifts taking place in
the literature of this country.
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