DARKLY HILARIOUS READ: Pasha is doing in fiction what others (like Jordan Peele and Donald Glover) are doing in other mediums: using a mash-up of storytelling, humour and horror for biting social critique.
WRITER FOR THE LONG HAUL: Pasha is one of the brightest stars in the Knopf Canada constellation. His work is challenging but fearless and hugely exciting.
ORIGINAL TRADE PAPERBACK: For maximum accessibility. Also: the book is timed to appear as Pasha’s last novel, Fugue States, goes into trade paperback.
“[Pasha Malla’s books]…take chances with form, are unsettlingly funny, and tackle a range of themes in unorthodox ways…. [I]n this book as in his others, his writing is set apart by the courage of its conviction—his scenarios and stories, however bizarre, are internally consistent and self-sustaining. He draws us in with humour and intriguing incidents…. [T]his isn’t a book you’ll easily forget.” —Toronto Star
“[A] jovial horror novel that aims to critique consumer culture.” —Zoomer
“Kill the Mall is a book for those of us who love malls but are also conflicted by our complicity in the machinery of capitalism. I couldn’t stop reading. Pasha Malla writes like a reincarnated Kafka.” —Ian Williams, winner of the Giller Prize for Reproduction
“A shaggy, brilliant provocation of a novel. As appropriately demented as the times we are living in.” —Anakana Schofield, author of Malarky, Martin John and Bina
“A darkly hilarious evisceration of art and capitalism by one of Canada’s most original writers.” —Sean Michaels, author of Us Conductors and The Wagers
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