CENTRAL STATION offers a dazzling experience

The year end acclaim keeps rolling in for Lavie Tidhar’s fantastic CENTRAL STATION.

Photo: Kevin Nixon. © Future Publishing 2013

As part of STRANGE HORIZONS year end review, Salik Shah praises the book.

Lavie Tidhar’s CENTRAL STATION and Yevgeny Zamyatin’s WE, among other novels, offered dazzling, somewhat perplexing, but deeply illuminating experience than a television extravaganza like WESTWORLD. 

Final Blow Joe loves the novel, listing it among his best of the year.

Both the book and the cover by Sarah Anne Langton were included on the BSFA 2016 Awards Longlist.

list CENTRAL STATION, without comment, among the best titles of the year.

Lavie Tidhar was interviewed on NON-EUCLIDEAN

This has been a long time coming and I am actually a little bit confused about why it did not happen earlier, but here it is: I have the great pleasure of welcoming my favourite contemporary author, Lavie Tidhar, for an interview and chat about a lot of things in my podcast.

For those of you who have been following this blog for a while you know I have reviewed a lot of Lavie’s works, most recently CENTRAL

Both novels are mentioned in the podcast, as well as their respective genesis. Other topics of the interview are: A most mysterious project (only hinted at), the difficulties of publishing novels with controversial plots, and how the reception of Lavie’s works differ from country to country.

Just have a listen yourselves!

For more info about CENTRAL STATION, visit the Tachyon page.

Cover by Sarah Anne Langton