Central Station by Lavie Tidhar

Central Station Lavie Tidhar Tachyon, 290 pages Review By Elsa Bouet ‘Life wasn’t like that neat classification system’. Perhaps this is the sentence that encapsulates this whole novel. Lavie Tidhar’s Central Station creates a world in which lines are blurred, boundaries crossed, and new identities are created and evolve rapidly. Reflectively, the story blends different … Read more

The Paper Menagerie by Ken Liu

The Paper Menagerie Ken Liu Head of Zeus, 464 pages Review by Iain Maloney   Online Exclusive Career-spanning collections rarely achieve coherency let alone combine into something greater, often coming across as snapshot collages, scrapbooks of ‘other things’ the writer has worked on in between novels. Ken Liu is not only a prodigious and prolific … Read more