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“Are there new ways to tell stories of the Holocaust that are neither crass nor exploitative? In this moving and unusual novel, the New Zealand writer Catherine Chidgey shows that there are. Chidgey’s novel is a fine achievement.”
— The Sunday Times, Apr 23 2021
“Diverging dramatically from the recognizable, Jesus reveals his deepest thoughts with humor, fear, misgiving, but mostly aching honesty. He also proves himself a Proust fan [...] With Thirst, she entices lucky readers with a dissenting, potentially heretical, refreshingly...
— Shelf Awareness, Apr 22 2021
“Onyemelukwe-Onuobia's intimate study of the issues facing contemporary Nigeria resonates, and her masterly storytelling makes this consistently entertaining. The result is as moving as it is thought-provoking.”
— Publishers Weekly, Apr 7 2021
"Kashimada is well known as an experimental writer in Japan and it’s difficult to be sure whether it is her avant-gardism or our unfamiliarity with the Japanese sensibility that gives these stories a rather detached chill.”
— The Sunday Times, Mar 28 2021
“The simple prose perfectly portrays a legendary desert landscape and a timeless story of misogyny and scapegoating.”
— Annetology, Mar 25 2021
Okham New Zealand/Jann Medlicott Acorn Prize for Fiction. Remote Sympathy is one of 4 titles included in the final selection. “This transcendent novel about ‘wilful blindness’ is written as a series of letters, interviews and diary entries told from four different...
— NZ Book Awards, Mar 17 2021
“With its multiple registers and complex view of humanity, this marks a vital turn in Holocaust literature.”