Book Geek shows the Afrofuturistic Mothership some Love

More Mothership love:

“With limited space, the best short stories grab the reader from the start, throwing them headfirst into an imaginary world. Tade Thompson’s story, ‘One Hundred and Twenty Days of Sunlight’ does exactly that, and it’s one of the best stories in this collection. A delicate, eerie tale, it uses west African folklore to disrupt the everyday reality of life in a quiet village; it’s both shockingly visceral and beautifully erotic, with an original voice and a love of flesh and the physical which seeps out of the page.”

Thanks, Book Geek.

Go buy the book.

You know you want to.


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