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Osama – Lavie Tidhar

I had been looking forward to this one for a while, but the pleasures of an insanely huge TBR pile have meant that I’ve only got around to reading it this month. Which, now that I have got around to … Continue reading

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An Occupation of Angels – Lavie Tidhar

The central conceit of Lavie Tidhar’s An Occupation of Angels is that at the end of the second world war, angels arrived and ensconced themselves in various places (often of religious significance) around the world. Although this is clearly a … Continue reading

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The Bookman – Lavie Tidhar

Now and again I see discussion about the genre tropes that people would like to see less frequently (incidentally, while this link is totally safe, you may not want to click all of the links in the article if you’re … Continue reading

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