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Translation rights for The Hilltop were also sold to Natur och Kultur in Sweden after auction, and to publisher of CrocAttack Rivages in France, also after auction.
North American rights for The Hilltop were sold to Paul Whitlatch at Scribner Books, the excellent publisher of Don Delillo, Stephen King and many others, a division of Simon & Schuster.
The Hilltop will be published in The Netherlands by Nieuw Amsterdam and in Italy by La Giuntina. This adds to sales to Random House / luchterhand in Germany (to be published September 2013, and Books in the Attic in Israel … Get to know more
Not sure when Assaf Gavron’s The Hilltop is due out in English but when it’s translated, make sure to read the only decent novel on settlers — Anshel Pfeffer (@AnshelPfeffer) March 26, 2013
Some translated excerpts from reviews of The Hilltop in the Israeli press (for a wider list, please see The Hilltop page in this website): “An intense, funny and violent novel… a wonderful book… Gavron’s Magnum Opus, written with the pretension … Get to know more
The Hilltop goes up to no. 6 in the Haaretz independent book stores bestsellers list.
Photo: Jonathan Bloom Full article (Italian) >>>
“An intense, funny and violent novel… a wonderful book… Gavron’s Magnum Opus, written with the pretension and dare of The Great Israeli Novel.” Interview about “The Hilltop” with Yehuda Nuriel in Yediot Achronot Full interview (Hebrew) >>>
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The new novel The Hilltop will be available in book stores in Israel on 1.1.2013. The German edition will be published in September 2013.
Yedioth Achronot, Israel’s most popular newspaper, claims The Hilltop is one of the three “most expected novels” to be published in Israel in the coming winter: “An intriguing novel about the illegal settlement Maale Hermesh C”.
Haaretz published an item about my next book, The Hilltop, the story of the residents of an illegal Jewish settlement in the West Bank. The Hilltop will be published in Israel by my new publisher, Books in the Attic. My … Get to know more
A slideshow about my research into a future novel taking place in an illegal settlement in the West Bank. Based on my presentation in the Petcha Kotcha event in Tel Aviv, December 2009. View the slide show >>>
“In one outpost, a stunning place on the edge of the desert, I found a small hut to sit and write. The bath and toilet were outside under the sky, the floor was hard rock and the wind whistled through … Get to know more