I reviewed the intriguing novel Slipping for Strange Horizons.
Here’s an excerpt from the review:
Slipping drops you right into the middle of things. A man named Ahmed has realized that his dead father is speaking through his mother and issuing orders for the running of the household, as though death is no obstacle. Just as you settle in to learn more about Ahmed and his extraordinary circumstances, chapter two switches gears, and suddenly the narrator is speaking in the first person about a man named Bahr who has found a way to stand between passing streetcars at the exact spot where one won’t get run over. Just as the streetcars pass one another, the narrator sees his dead mother, who remarks, “You’ve grown, Seif.”
Read the entire review here.