Tag Archives: Damon Galgut

The Quarry

“The Quarry has the same dry, feral quality as Damon Galgut’s best-known novel, The Good Doctor. Galgut’s landscape reminds a reader of Breyten Breytenbach’s…

The Impostor

“Fast-paced and breathless . . . Canning is a memorable creation, a sort of African Gatsby, but without the glamour.” —William Skidelsky, The Observer

The Good Doctor

“Like most elements of this slim, absorbing novel set in post-apartheid South Africa, the title is ambiguous. The narrator, Frank, is a doctor, but,…