Compared to the critical success reaped by his previous work, Anansi Boys, this one comes a bit short. This collection of short fiction turns into a medley of raw ideas that still needs to be developed further. He again plays up stories on life, death, and things that creep in between. Those with the fascination for the weird and obscure will see this selection as another treat. – Charmaine Chanco
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