Distant future, inhabited space. Due to an accident and his own blunder, Nick Sobolev, an intern of the Space Courier Service, ends up on a mysterious planet tucked away in deep space. The planet is named Terrius and resembles Earth. At the site of his starship wreck, Nick meets local hunters. He follows them to the Forest and the City, hoping to find a way to communicate with Earth and to fin... read more
He always sat with his back to the window. It didn’t matter if it was day or evening. That’s how I remembered him: sitting on a chair, indifferently looking at his own shadow thrown onto the wall as a black blurry patch, slightly reddish from the rays of the rising sun.Now I understand why.
This is not just an intriguing and captivating detective novel that readers of all ages will find interesting, but a genuine historical immersion into time itself.The young heroine, who has lost everyone close to her, even the ones she never met, feels the connection with those dead and gone and enters a deadly confrontation with the murderer. She cannot ask her friends, who sincerely love her... read more
Vladimir, who came to America for training, accidentally meets a beautiful Daria, whose parents are struck by the similarity of a young man to a woman known to Daria's father. The situation becomes frighteningly mysterious and strange after Vladimir is seeing an old photograph taken 95 years ago and exported from Russia. The story details the life of the Russian family, spanning four generatio... read more
In the forest dugout dirty ragged old man named Luke Bannik creates God. It may seem that he simply draws an image on the back of his old portrait, but that is not the case. Lacking the iconic painting abilities, he creates the Almighty from what he had at hand, for personal use, one may say, as did many before him. Had Luke icon, he would have used it, but he does not have the icon. It should... read more
This colossal shit did not have to happen! In world history, this particular murderous escapade is usually called either "the October Revolution," "the October coup,” or especially cynically in relation to "the workers of the world" – “the Great Proletarian Revolution.” We are talking here about the German operation undertaken to foist a puppet government onto Russia, in order to force Russia ... read more
Mystery!Where? Small Ukrainian village and Paris, New York, South Africa.Who?A lovely Ukrainian girl and brilliant computer whiz-kid from New York.Her wise backwoods grandpa, Gritzko, measured wits with the kid's billionaire grandpa, Finkelstein. Diamonds are Finkelstein’s business. Hassidic is his mindset. Presidents and Prime Ministers, Saudi princes, European aristocrats, and African tycoon... read more
No matter how long Ezra Buskis lives, he will always have his memories. He is bound to recall them with impeccable clarity. But this bondage is lofty and inspiring. This novel brings to life cities, friends, lovers, children, relatives, and neighbours as Ezra tries to unravel the meaning of life.He traverses the streets of New York as he recalls his life in 1960's Zhmerinka, a city in Soviet-e... read more
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