While not out until May, Lavie Tidhar’s new novel CENTRAL STATION is already causing a stir.
Andrew Liptak of IO9 speaks emphatically about Tidhar and the new book.
We loved Lavie Tidhar’s novel VIOLENT CENTURY a couple of years ago, and we can’t wait to see what he does with his science fiction novel, CENTRAL STATION. In a worldwide diaspora, Boris Chong returns home to Tel Avivi from Mars, where the virtual and the real mix.
Photo: Kevin Nixon. © Future Publishing 2013.
At BOOKS BONES AND BUFFY, Tammy Sparks is excited at the chance to read the novel.
CENTRAL STATION by Lavie Tidhar (Tachyon, May 2016). I was invited to review this title, and I immediately said yes! I’ve never read Lavie Tidhar, but I did read an Apex anthology that he helped edit, so I’m curious to see how he writes himself. He won the World Fantasy Award for a book called Osama.
The Portuguese site RASCUNHOS looks forward to CENTRAL STATION.
Lavie Tidhar has become, slowly, a renowned name in the middle, as many anthologies organizer that strive for diversity of sources, such as the good and strange novels published by PS Publishing. CENTRAL STATION is one of his next books, which seems more facing the science fiction than to fantasy
(Translation from the Portuguese courtesy of Google.)
For more info about CENTRAL STATION, visit the Tachyon page.
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