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Non-Euclidean Æthercast #42 – Chat and Interview with Lavie Tidhar

http://media.blubrry.com/non_euclidean_aethercast/p/s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/aethercast/aethercast/NonEuclidean42.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:08:12 — 23.4MB) | EmbedThis 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 …

Review: Central Station by Lavie Tidhar

Central Station is an upcoming novel by Lavie Tidhar and this one is hard sci-fi, very hard. Central Station is set in and around the eponymous Central Station, a space port near Tel Aviv, still running after centuries of service, inhabited by humans, robots, robotniks, children created from hacked genes, …

Review: A Man Lies Dreaming by Lavie Tidhar

It is in and of itself an achievement to write a book that your literary agent judges to be unable to be published in both Israel and Germany. Yet, from what Lavie told me, this is exactly what happened to A Man Lies Dreaming. The plot can bes summed up …

Review: Jews vs Aliens (Anthology)

One thing first: Jews vs Aliens is not Steampunk, two of the stories in there fall, from what I can tell, into the Pulp Era and could be considered Dieselpunk but I primarily read the anthology for two reasons: The title alone… The anthology was curated and edited by my …

Review: The Violent Century by Lavie Tidhar

The Violent Century is yet another tale with which Lavie Tidhar demonstrates his superb skills as a storyteller. The Violent Century reads like a Silver Age superhero comic. Every scene in the book is like a page in a comic, the whole novel feels like a comic book but yet …

Pre-release review: The Great Game by Lavie Tidhar

Lavie Tidhar has done it again. The previous two novels of The Bookman Chronicles, The Bookman and Camera Obscura, each were different genres, and so is The Great Game. This time, Lavie has written a Steampunk spy thriller in best James Bond/pulp fashion. As previously Mr. Tidhar garnishes his tale …

Angry Robot Books is doing it again!

Right, my favourite publisher is doing it again (as if they ever stopped): Releasing fantastic books. Now, my preference for Angry Robot Books has several reasons: They’ve got Lavie Tidhar They’ve got Guy Adams They’ve got Dan Abnett They are based in Nottingham (home sweet home…) I have thus far …

Breaking News: The Cover of The Great Game by Lavie Tidhar has been released!

Just in, fresh from Lavie Tidhar and the Angry Robot blog! This is the cover of Lavie Tidhar’s third part of The Bookman Histories, The Great Game: But there is one slightly bitter taste to it: The novel will not be released until February 2012. Still quite a long time …

Interview with Lavie Tidhar on the Angry Robot Podcast

http://media.blubrry.com/non_euclidean_aethercast/p/www.angryrobotbooks.com/podcast/angryrobot_011_110611.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (27.7MB) | Embed  Just wanted to share the following episode of the Angry Robot Podcast, since it is an interview with Lavie Tidhar and not sharing it would be an abomination. I am really looking forward to the release of The Great Game …

Win a Copy of Camera Obscura

As you may know through following my blog I am rather fond of Lavie Tidhar’s work and consider his latest novel Camera Obscura to be required reading for every Steampunk. Now I have a copy of Camera Obscura to give away and you could be the one to recieve it. …