Midnight in Mozambique by Ceridwen Dovey

It was neap tide – a low high tide, a complicated idea. Sun, earth, moon at right angles, gravity’s dance out of whack. How had the first mapper of the moon, the one before the two Jesuits, described the Earth? The sublunar world. Two worlds facing each other, land masses mirrored back: one unchanged, one that churned and boiled and froze.

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