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Mikhail Weller's new book includes both the previously published 'Russian Martin Eden' - a novel about the Soviet writer 'My Business', which has become an internal literary bestseller, and the first published works. The story 'Look who's gone' tells about the loud glory of the first Soviet 'sixties,' the idol of that generation, Anatoly Gladilin. A...

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The second book of the novel 'Napoleon Wagon' - 'White Horses' - draws the reader into the funnel of love and betrayal, happiness and grief of the two main characters - Aristarchus and Hope. In a short time, a load of severe shocks falls on them, which not often and not all fall in youth. Strong, integral natures, both of them live at such a height of...

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The lives of Hope and Aristarchus finally passionately and instantly fused into a single whole, burned with a fiery seam - as if there were no twenty-five-year-old bitter - Shakespearean-separation, as if there was no huge burden of heavy and sometimes terrible experience behind everyone. No, there was, of course: Hope in the dashing nineties tried to...

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If Elena Lukonina had been asked if her family was happy, she would hardly have been able to unequivocally answer this question. Happiness and grief, sadness and fun always went hand in hand in her life. Elena, as she could, protected her family from misfortunes - reconciled, consoled, helped to survive the loss. Even in her youth, she realized: there is...

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Athletes know that no matter how hard it is at a distance, you must not give up: the most stubborn must have a second wind. Life is very reminiscent of a long distance run - which just does not happen while you run, and you never know what awaits at the finish. It happens that despair overwhelms, you suffocate, it seems - there is no more strength. But...

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Maria Metlitskaya lifts the curtain, behind which is someone else's life, but the reader always wants to say: "It's me." I sobbed at the airport, seeing off my beloved and knowing that I would never see him again. It was me, having met my first love, I realized that I could not enter this river a second time. I suddenly realized that youth flew quickly...

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What is the hardest thing? Do not know? I will tell you. The hardest part is learning to forgive. How often, in a rush, we vow never to forget, not to forgive, not to talk, to erase from life. What drives us? Resentment? Yes, but it disappears over time. It happens that you don?t even remember why there was a quarrel. But then, for a long time, it seemed...

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That is life'. How many times each of us heard, and he repeated these words, lamenting the injustice of fate, the impossibility of changing anything in it. The heroes of the stories collected in this book are well aware of what losses, disappointments, and betrayal are. But they know something else: life is worth appreciating every moment of it. It is...

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Does anyone get nostalgia for going to a public bath every week ?! Frozen lockers for things, heavy gangs of water, brown loose foam, terribly naked aunts ... The writer?s word - precise, ironic, illuminated by childhood memories - can turn this ugly routine into an enchantingly vivid picture that you suddenly want to plunge into with such obviousness...

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The Iron Throne once united the Sunset Lands, but King Robert is dead, his widow is a traitor to his memory, and his surviving brothers are set on a path of war amongst themselves. At King?s Landing, the head of Lord Eddard Stark rots on a spike for all to see. His daughter Sansa is betrothed still to his killer?s son Joffrey ? Queen Cersei?s son, though...

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In the aftermath of a colossal battle, the future of the Seven Kingdoms hangs in the balance?beset by newly emerging threats from every direction. In the east, Daenerys Targaryen, the last scion of House Targaryen, rules with her three dragons as queen of a city built on dust and death. But Daenerys has thousands of enemies, and many have set out to find...

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The Irishman is an epic saga of organized crime in post-war America told through the eyes of World War II veteran Frank Sheeran, a hustler and hitman who worked for legendary crime boss Russell Bufalino alongside some of the most notorious figures of the 20th Century. Spanning decades, Sheeran's story chronicles one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in...

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They have hit you with Daredevil, and now the team that received the Eisner Award, Mark Wade and Chris Samney, takes Black Widow to the next level, forcing her to run! Natasha has enough secrets for life, and when the most terrible of them become public, you can forget about security. PROTECTION. opposes his once most valuable agent, and Natasha begins to...

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Marvel Comics presents the all-new Ms. Marvel, the groundbreaking heroine that has become an international sensation! Kamala Khan is an ordinary girl from Jersey City - until she is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. But who truly is the all-new Ms. Marvel? Teenager? Muslim? Inhuman? Find out as she takes the Marvel Universe by storm! As Kamala...

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The new Akunin-Chkhartishvili novel in the series 'Family Album'. The action takes place in Germany, and for several - the most stressful - days before the end of World War II, in April-May 1945. Several storylines, like the radii of a circle, inexorably lead to its center, the ending, it would seem, is strictly defined by the genre and 'life truth.' Or...

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In his life, everything is utterly confused. Relations with parents: according to his father, he is 'twisted, twisted.' With women - beloved and unloved. He has great talent, but pride and pride interfere with him. However, there is a girl Aglaya in the world ...

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Journey back to the gritty, hyper-detailed days of the 1990s, when two characters debuted who would change the face of comics...Cable and Deadpool! Now, in this all-new tale, we learn of the pair's first meeting - well before New Mutants #98 - as Cable and his soon-to-be X-Force race through the timestream to stop the reckless mercenary Deadpool before he...

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The novel 'Say Raisins' by Vasily Aksyonov is a bright, satirically pointed picture of the Soviet society of the seventies. During the years of Brezhnev's stagnation, it would seem that they were already quite 'herbivorous,' photographers conceived an unprecedented thing - to publish an uncensored album 'Say Raisins' in twelve copies ... But watchful...

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So the novel takes place in the early Soviet years. 'My children' is a bold and profound study of the consciousness of the Russian German, in which love for the Great River Volga and related beliefs-steppe, pagan, savage-naive, with a clear touch of Kalmyk, paradoxically coexist with deep faith and gloomy-beautiful German folklore. This is a narrative...

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The Hunger Games, Book 3. Against all odds, Katniss Everdeen has survived the Hunger Games twice. But now that she's made it out of the bloody arena alive, she's still not safe. The Capitol is angry. The Capitol wants revenge. Who do they think should pay

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Why Russians do not feel themselves at home in their own country? While the society and the government pretend that such question does not exist, young people are looking for the answer. Sometimes those searches take unpredictable forms... A young teacher

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'Thick Notebook' - a trilogy of Agota Christoph, a Swiss writer of Hungarian descent, translated into thirty languages. Critics enthusiastically accepted this novel - 'a postnitscheansky nightmare stylized as a children's diary' with its absurdity, boundless cruelty and black humor. They compared it to Gunter Grass's Tin Drum, J. Banks's Aspen Factory,...

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Vasily Pavlovich Aksyonov - a recognized classic and cult figure of Russian literature. His works are well known not only in Russia but also abroad. Success came to Aksyonov back in the 1960s - responding with brilliant prose to the most complex and relevant topics, he remained the voice of his generation for decades. According to the writer Alexander...

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The famous novel by Cormack McCarthy, winner of the Pulitser Prize (for the novel "The Road") and the US National Book Prize (for the novel "Horses, Horses ..."), a modern American classic of the main caliber, a master of complex emotions and non-standard syntax. This cruel parable in the shell of a modernized western was carefully transferred to the...

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FAREWELL TO MATERA is one of the best works of Valentin Rasputin. This is a painful story about the flooding of an island and a village of the same name for the grand construction of the Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Station, when the Angara Wayward Stream was conquered and an artificial sea was created. Among the others, Matera should also go to the bottom...

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'Children of the Arbat' is one of the most significant works of Russian literature of the 20th century. The main characters of this epic are the metropolitan youth of the thirties of the last century. Faithful friends, a close circle - each of them has a special path destined for them. Someone awaits the place of honor of the 'arbiter of fate', another -...

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'Fear' is the second part of Anatoly Rybakov's trilogy, 'Children of the Arbat,' called by the poet Semyon Lipkin 'a book of Shakespeare's power, which will be read through the centuries'. Rybakov, a keen observer of human passions and an attentive researcher of history, creates a frighteningly realistic picture of the 30s, when after the Kirov...

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DUST AND ASHES - the last part of the Anatoly Rybakov CHILDREN'S ARBAT trilogy, called by the poet Semyon Lipkin 'a book of Shakespearean force that will be read through the centuries.' An exciting and bitter story continues about the fate of young people, Arbat romantics. It, like a drop of water, reflected the fate of the whole country and the fate of...

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The Year of the Flood is an ambitious panorama of a world that was on the verge of a man-made disaster - and stepped over that line; the world where the almighty genetic engineering rules the ball, and only helicopter growers in their garden try to preserve the diversity of wildlife; a world where the girl-mechovushka has a direct road to the nightclub...

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'The Blind Assassin' is not one novel, but several that Margaret Atwood put into each other - like a nested doll. And the more the plot unfolds, the more outlandish elements appear. The story of two sisters, Iris and Laura, seems simple only at first glance. The writer does not change herself and, with amazing skill, talks about people who have something...

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