T. L. Huchu is a writer whose short-fiction has appeared in publications such as Lightspeed, Interzone, AfroSF and elsewhere. He is the winner of a Nommo Award for African SF/F, and has been shortlisted for the Caine Prize and the Grand Prix de L'Imaginaire. Between projects, he translates fiction from Shona into English and the reverse. You can find him @TendaiHuchu.
A fast-moving and entertaining tale, beautifully written -- Ben Aaronovitch, bestselling author of <i>Rivers of London</i> I highly recommend The Library of the Dead -- Charlaine Harris An absolute delight . . . kept me totally hooked -- Genevieve Cogman What a delight. Great pacing, wonderfully creepy villains, and so much fun! -- A. K. Larkwood Expertly blending elements of Zimbabwean and Scottish culture, Huchu's occult thriller is as entertaining as it is thought-provoking -- <i>Publishers Weekly</i> starred review A fast-paced, future-set Edinburgh thriller. The Library of the Dead mixes magical mysteries with a streetwise style of writing . . . roll on the sequel -- <i>The Times</i> One of the strangest and most compelling fantasy worlds you'll see all year . . . We can't wait for the next volume -- <i>SFX</i> Terrific stuff -- <i>The Big Issue</i> Contemporary fantasy, at its best, is both escapist and urgent: this does both admirably -- <i>The Scotsman</i> An enjoyable dark urban fantasy tale . . . with a great lead character and a vibrant supporting cast -- <i>Grimdark Magazine</i> With a strong female protagonist exploring a unique world, this novel is a fantastic debut and a must have for fantasy fans -- <i>CulturedVultures</i> Drags you in and keeps you reading through the force of nature that is Ropa Moyo -- <i>SFFWorld</i> The excellent characters keep the story engaging -- <i>Booklist</i>