Short Book Review: Dusklands by J. M. Coetzee
SBR: Dusklands‘ language is beautiful to the extent that it can be hard to read sometimes. But the darkness explored through the themes of imperialism, war, and adventurous exploration in the two stories of the book has the ability to send a chill down your spine. I suppose I don’t need to make more of a case for a Nobel-prize winning writer.
To read or not to read: Yes, unless you spurn darkness in your reading material.