Maserumo: a review

Perhaps this is what makes the lack of a resolution on these deaths a lot more interesting. Depending on your belief system, you are struggling with different things as you read this story. But at the end, we all have to ask ourselves the one question, “are these deaths supernatural? Did somebody bewitch these people?” This is important, because whiteness would have us believe that this thought process would be irrational. We want to believe that of course there is a rational explanation to these deaths. Witchcraft? No way. The author slowly but surely seeps into your subconscious, you eventually surrender to the non-white, irrational explanation.

A review of Resoketswe M. Manenzhe’s maserumo|Kalahari Review

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