In his usual excellent form, Lavie Tidhar’s thought-provoking UNHOLY LAND is a tale that you won’t forget

At REDDIT in r/printsf, user pick_a_random_name praises Lavie Tidhar’s UNHOLY LAND.

Tidhar is on his usual excellent form here. This is a thought-provoking book with so many layers that I certainly haven’t unpacked them all.


It’s an intensely political book on an inherently controversial subject, but a book I’ll be thinking about for a long time to come.

ZENO LITERARY AGENCY reveals the forthcoming French edition of UNHOLY LAND.

Lavie Tidhar‘s acclaimed novel UNHOLY LAND is due out in France next year! To be published by Editions Mu as AUCUNE TERRE N’EST PROMISE, we wanted to take this opportunity to share the stunning cover.

Carolyn Conte for BALTIMORE JEWISH TIMES recounts D. H. Aire’s discussion on science fiction and Judaism at the Baltimore Science Fiction Convention, where he recommended Tidhar’s CENTRAL STATION.

A worldwide diaspora has left a quarter of a million people at the foot of a space station. Cultures collide in real life and virtual reality. The city is literally a weed, its growth left unchecked. Life is cheap, and data is cheaper. When Boris Chong returns to Tel Aviv from Mars, much has changed.

Via Twitter, Lydia Schoch shared a quote from Tidhar’s THE VIOLENT CENTURY.

THE VIOLENT CENTURY cover artist Sarah Anne Langton showcases a series of posters based on the book.