Malaysian author captures real life's eerie, terrifying and weird twists


Lim’s 14 stories are coloured with petty crimes, small ambitions and fantastical delusions. Photos: Penguin/SumayC/OtherHalf Studio

“The pond is deeper than he remembers, but the water has no colour in the dark.”

While many younger writers are attracted to frolic in the sunshine, author Lim Wan Phing finds her forte in the swirling shades of the abyss.

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