Humane, interesting, thought provoking and often extremely affecting, Stones against the Mirror
raises, quietly, many existential issues of life in the world today, of relationships, of betrayal, memory, cruelty, love and friendship, as few memoirs have done.
Described by Ivan Vladislavic as a “totally absorbing tragicomedy”, Nineveh
is the third novel by the award-winning Henrietta Rose-Innes and confirms her reputation as one of South Africa’s most noteworthy literary voices.
Other 2012 Alan Paton shortlisted titles include: The Shadow World
by Andrew Feinstein, Diepsloot
by Anton Harber, Little Liberia
by Jonny Steinberg, Killing Kebble
by Mandy Wiener, and My Father, My Monster
by McIntosh Polela.
Other 2012 Fiction Prize shortlisted titles include: Bom Boy
by Yewande Omotoso, Eddie Signwriter
by Adam Schwartzman, Lost Ground
by Michiel Heyns, and The Lazarus Effect
by HJ Golakai.
The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in Johannesburg in June.
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