The Salt Roads by Nalo Hopkinson

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The Salt Roads

'“The Salt Roads should be required reading for the next century. An electrifying bravura performance by one of our most important writers.” —Junot Díaz, author of The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao  “[Hopkinson’s] latest offering is . . . fantastic, in every sense of the word. . . . With her highly praised lyrical style, it’s like a golden spoon filled not with honey, but with bitters—and the effect is wonderfully disquieting. . . . The Salt Roads should speak to us all.” —The Globe and Mail (Toronto) “Rollicking, sensual . . . Required reading . . . [from] one of science fiction’s most inventive and brilliant writers.” —New York Post “Like Erica Jong, Hopkinson uses sex to entice readers into contemplating the long history of misogyny, specifically women’s suffering during the African diaspora.” —Booklist'
'“The Salt Roads should be required reading for the next century. An electrifying bravura performance by one of our most important writers.” —Junot Díaz, author of The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao  “[Hopkinson’s] latest offering is . . . fantastic, in every sense of the word. . . . With her highly praised lyrical style, it’s like a golden spoon filled not with honey, but with bitters—and the effect is wonderfully disquieting. . . . The Salt Roads should speak to us all.” —The Globe and Mail (Toronto) “Rollicking, sensual . . . Required reading . . . [from] one of science fiction’s most inventive and brilliant writers.” —New York Post “Like Erica Jong, Hopkinson uses sex to entice readers into contemplating the long history of misogyny, specifically women’s suffering during the African diaspora.” —Booklist'
Publisher: Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy ISBN: 9781504001168 Pages: 394