White is for witching

Helen Oyeyemi.

With distinct originality and grace, and an extraordinary gift for making the fantastic believable, Oyeyemi spins the politics of family and nation into a riveting and unforgettable tale.


Rachel DeBuskPosted August 26, 2009

This isn't a book for the faint of heart. In fact, White is for Witching, by relatively new author Helen Oyeyemi, can be downright scary at times. Not unlike chiller-stories like "The House of Usher" (Poe) and "A Rose for Emily" (Faulkner), the bad g...

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