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Ilget

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Author: Alexander Grigorenko

Translator: Christopher Culver

Alexander Grigorenko’s exciting new novel Ilget. Three names of fate about a man who has an “arrow in the wound” stuck the mystery of his life.

Alexander Grigorenko’s exciting new novel Ilget. Three names of fate about a man who has an “arrow in the wound” stuck the mystery of his life. Slim receptionist, who lost his twin brother, at the will of the “incorporeal” passes the way from a slave of his stepfather to the leader of a foreign tribe. Once again he becomes a slave – to the Mongols, who flooded the mighty Yenisei River with a fiery lava – but he finds his truth: the great good is to live without fear.

 

 

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Alexander Grigorenko was born in Novocherkassk, south of Moscow, but has spent most of his life in the depths of Siberia. Since completing his studies at the Kemerovo University of Cinema and Photography, he has worked as a journalist for the East Siberian bureau of Rossiyskaya Gazeta (Russian Newspaper). Mebet, also published by Glagoslav, is his highly-acclaimed debut novel, and the first installment of the trilogy, followed by Ilget and The Blind Man Lost His Fife which were published in 2013 and 2016 respectively. He is a finalist for the literary awards such as The Big Book (2012), NOS (2013), and Yasnaya Polyana (2015). For his third novel The Blind Man Lost His Fife, Grigorenko was awarded the prestigious Yasnaya Polyana Literary Award in 2016. He lives near the city of Krasnoyarsk.

Dimensions 127 × 203 mm
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Alexander Grigorenko

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… 2023

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