296pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2021
"Irresistible, engaging and captivating like the vast beautiful landscapes of Africa. A beautiful, timely and necessary piece of work at a time when the continent is battling with issues of identity and migration. This is definitely a briefcase worth opening." Styles Lucas Ledwaba, author of We Are Going to Kill Each Other Today - The Marikana story
"An utterly absorbing, highly educational, and extremely touching collection that seduces the reader with its multi-layered mysteries of hope and humanity. It's impossible not to admire the author's wide-screen view of the Anglophone, Lusophone, and Francophone worlds where his stories are perfectly pitched." Niq Mhlongo, author of Affluenza and Soweto, Under the Apricot Tree
Simão Kikamba Luyikumu was born in Angola in 1966, grew up in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and returned to Angola in 1992. In 1994 he emigrated to South Africa and lives in Johannesburg. His debut novel, Going Home, won the Herman Charles Bosman Award in 2006.