Tag Archives: Cape Town

Finding a Needle in the Sand: Lady Limbo’s state of exception

Esthie Hugo reviews Consuelo Roland’s ‘Lady Limbo’, a novel that exists outside genre bind.

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A forced, desperate attempt at shock-value

In the second review of Jason Staggie’s ‘Risk’, Melanie du Toit recommends a return to the drawing board.

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The ‘Hades’ of Cape Town Society

In the first of two reviews of Jason Staggie’s debut novel, Risk, Tembi Charles applauds the work for its trenchant social commentary, despite having reservations about its pornographic nature.

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