“A garden haunted by matter-out-of-place”

Aaron Bady has written a very thoughtful, unsettled and unsettling analysis of Nineveh on the New Inquiry blog:

The prose seethes and shimmers with the uncanny and unsettled, a garden haunted by matter-out-of-place … Even though it isn’t, this novel feels like science fiction; it itches like the dystopian, the speculative, and the post-apocalyptic, even as it’s realistically set in the present.

Read the full review here.

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