Reviews

  • Lucid and heartbreaking… Explores the always uncertain relationships between men and women, parents and children, friends and enemies, in a clear, clipped language perfectly suited to the laconic tone of the narrative and impeccably rendered into English by Sondra Silverston

    Alberto Manguel, Guardian
  • Between Friends is arguably something new, a collection of stories, but so interlinked by theme, setting and its rolling cast that it boasts the sense, scope and unity of a novel… The writing, tight and delicate, is technically breathtaking

    Billy O'Callaghan, Irish Examiner
  • Oz is brilliant at compact images in which a small action expresses a complexity of unarticulated emotion

    Rebecca Abrams, Financial Times
  • There’s a beautiful economy and simplicity to Oz’s storytelling

    The Times
  • Oz lifts the veil on kibbutz existence without palaver. His pin-point descriptions of individuals and spaces…are pared to perfection in order to resonate. His people twitch with life

    Tom Adair, Scotsman
  • Oz is a quiet, plain, compelling writer

    Alan Taylor, Herald
  • Deeply affecting chamber piece…

    Ben Lawrence, Daily Telegraph
  • Engaging collection… Beautiful, spare prose

    Lucy Popescu, Independent on Sunday
  • Presents us...with a complex and melancholic vision of people stuggling to transcend their individuality for the sake of mundanely idealistic goals

    Michael Sayeau, Times Literary Supplement
  • All Israeli life is here, rendered in loving detail

    Mail on Sunday

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