August 29, 2013

“The book of the year”

(TimeOut Tel-Aviv selection)

TimeOut Tel-Aviv

August 22, 2013

“Five stars! ‘World Shadow’ is a rare literary achievement: it offers brilliant and innovative social insights together with a marvelous and lucid writing momentum.”

(TimeOut Tel-Aviv)

Reshet Beit, Kol Israel – Radio

August 20, 2013

 “Baram, one of the most interesting young Israeli voices today, isn’t afraid to deal with the big questions. Highly recommended.”

(Shiri Lev-Ari, Reshet Beit, Kol Israel radio)

Makor Rishon – book of the month

August 16, 2013

“The best novel that came out of the world’s social protest.”

(Book of the Month, Makor Rishon)

National Radio – Kol Israel

“The critics are not losing their heads in vain; this is Baram’s best novel. A truly grand novel.”

(National Radio, Kol Israel)

Emago Culture Magazine

August 13, 2013

“It is a genius novel, simply genius. I never read anything like it.”

(Emago Culture Magazine)

Yedioth Ahronoth – World Shadow

“‘World Shadow’ is an astonishingly ambitious novel; it holds great promise and delivers on this promise and far more in the most admirable and brilliant way. A novel that while reading it one can close his eyes, and hear the wings of history clap.”

(Yedioth Ahronot, Ran Ben-Nun)

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Galei Zahal – Radio

August 10, 2013

“A wonderful novel, the different story lines intertwine together marvelously.”

(Galei Zahal Radio)

Professor Shlomo Sand on World Shadow

“This is without a doubt one of the most brilliant, provocative and important novels that has ever been written about the crazy global capitalism which dictates our lives. A masterpiece.”

(Professor Shlomo Sand, Professor of 20th century history, and author of the international best seller award winning book: “The Invention of the Jewish People”)

Israel Hayom

August 9, 2013

 “The best novel Baram has written so far, a brilliant literary achievement. ‘World Shadow’ is asking the most important questions of our time… It is a grand cosmopolitan novel which becomes Baram’s brilliant and provocative version to the great Israeli novel. A reading experience that is demanding and enjoyable at the same time.”

(Neta Halperin. Israel Today, newspaper)

Haaretz, Friday edition. The selection of Haaretz Magazine

August 8, 2013

“A very impressive achievement on every level of literature.”