Tag Archives: Shani Mootoo

He Drown She in the Sea

…and daily rhythms of the Caribbean. . . . One of Mootoo’s real accomplishments is his portrayal of the expatriate Harry. . . . Much of the novel is recounted in snippets and flashbacks, from many points of view, which gives the tale a fine-grained, beautifully textured finish.” —Publishers Weekly

Cereus Blooms at Night

“Shani Mootoo digs deep into the heart of classic storytelling, expanding, sculpting, and molding what is expected into a completely fresh approach to narrative….