Reviews

  • This novel is a delicately beautiful exploration of the confusion in human relations: what lies, unrealised, behind the door of an individual's conception of self.

    Nadine Gordimer
  • Ultimately, Brink seems to suggest that acceptance of change, at least for white South Africans is the only way to live.

    Times Literary Supplement
  • There's more than a nod to Kafka in ...The Blue Door - a tussle with surrealism and philosophy.

    Siobhan Murphy, Metro

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