What to read? 7 book novelties of spring
"Manaraga", Vladimir Sorokin
After a long break, Vladimir Sorokin presented a book to the readers about an alternative world in which no one reads books. But great novels produce excellent steaks. Especially if there is a professional behind the brazier, turning the burning pages so that a uniform heat emanates from them. The genre of anti-utopia, which Sorokin began to master since the Day of the Oprichnik, is developing in a gastronomic way. The book was published in early March in the publishing house Corpus.
"Babi breeze", Dina Rubina
In the publishing house "Eksmo" a new book by Dina Rubina was published, in the center of which, as always, women's fate. The heroine of the novel “Babiy veter” is a former parachutist who traveled in a balloon, and now she is a cosmetologist in New York, in front of which a series of strange, eccentric clients pass daily.
"Moonlight," Michael Sheibon
The publishing house Inostranka in April for the first time in Russian published the novel by Michael Sheybon, Pulitzer Prize winner for the book The Incredible Adventures of the Cavalier and Clay. The New York Times has included "Moonlight" in the list of the one hundred most notable books in 2016.
“Moonlight” is a fictional (and maybe not quite) story of Michael Shabon’s grandfather, which he told before his death. The twentieth century is viewed through the prism of the life of one person who was a soldier, mined bridges, survived the Holocaust, fell in love with an actress ...
““ I ”means“ Hawk ””, Helen MacDonald
AST has published a book by the British writer Helen MacDonald, in which the heroine begins to train a goshawk as Mabel as part of getting out of depression. ““ I ”means“ Hawk ”- an autobiographical and therapeutic novel. Helen admitted that writing the book helped her survive the loss of her father. The book received the prestigious British Costa Prize and since 2014 has already been translated into 14 languages.
"Before the Fall," Noah Hawley
Noah Hawley knows how to come up with a cool story, this is demonstrated by his work on the series "Fargo" and "Legion" (Howley - showranner projects).
In the novelty of the publishing house "AST" artist-loser Scott Burrows survives in a plane that fell into the ocean.The second survivor in a plane crash is a four-year-old boy, whom Scott pulls ashore. Throughout the novel, readers ingeniously shove different versions of the cause of the disaster, but the only true one is found out only at the end of the book ...
"Loney" Andrew Michael Hurley
Ripol Classic publishes the gothic horror novel, the debut of English literature teacher Andrew Michael Hurley, who won a lot of awards, the title The Book of the Year from many publications and the praise of Stephen King himself.
In the English town of Louny, they find the body of a dead boy, and the main character recalls his childhood in this terrible and strange place where his mother brought him with his brother. The book is associated with biblical myths and folklore, a tense atmosphere can be cut with a knife, and lovers of booky, drowsy, uncomfortable coasts will find a separate joy here.
"The Casual Tourist," Anne Tyler
Ann Tyler, many people know and love for “The Coil of Blue Threads” - a large-scale family novel subtly revealing the emotional experiences of each character.
The “casual tourist” (Phantom Press publishing house) is also a family story, tragicomic, like the life of any real family.
Macon Leary, the author of the guidebook "The Casual Tourist", breaks up with his wife after the death of his son and becomes a random tourist in this world. The dog trainer Muriel helps him to find a foothold.
In 1988, based on the novel, the film was shot with Gina Davis and William Hurt (Gina Davis even won an Oscar).
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