It is a mark of my general cluttered state of mind that I didn’t realise until last night that today is officially the Unholy Land Publication Day!
It’s also mid-term elections day in the US, which seems strangely appropriate!
Unholy Land is published in paperback and e-book by Tachyon (get it from Amazon or B&N), and in audio by Blackstone (get it as a direct download or CD box!). The cover is by Sarah Anne Langton and the audiobook is narrated by Andrew Fallaize. A signed, limited collectors edition in slipcase is forthcoming very soon too.
In the UK, the e-book and audiobook are available now (paperback forthcoming later in the month). You can also order a signed copy (with an exclusive limited edition signed art print) from Forbidden Planet, which will be available at my Thursday signing, and I believe Foyles should also have copies for the event this Saturday.
The book has already made the Publishers Weekly Best Books of 2018 list(!) and the reviews have been pretty great so far, so give it a try!
“Lavie Tidhar does it again. Magnificent.”
Lior Tirosh is a semi-successful author of pulp fiction, an inadvertent time traveler, and an ongoing source of disappointment to his father.
Tirosh has returned to his homeland in East Africa. But Palestina—a Jewish state founded in the early 20th century—has grown dangerous. The government is building a vast border wall to keep out African refugees. Unrest in Ararat City is growing. And Tirosh’s childhood friend, trying to deliver a warning, has turned up dead in his hotel room. A state security officer has identified Tirosh as a suspect in a string of murders, and a rogue agent is stalking Tirosh through transdimensional rifts—possible futures that can only be prevented by avoiding the mistakes of the past.
From the bestselling author of Central Station comes an extraordinary new novel recalling China Miéville and Michael Chabon, entertaining and subversive in equal measures.