i am interested in knowing how the russians view sf. it is likely me, but i gave it 3 stars because i find it difficult to understand. not a page turner.Published 24 days ago by Margaret Arthur
This book has been on my to read list for ages and considering the good things I'd heard about it I'm surprised it took me this long to finally read it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Brookes
Strange, unexpected. One of the best I've read in several years.Published 4 months ago by K. Sherman
Great old novel, a good example of non-English language SF.
A shame that the picture made of it was nowhere near as good.
It should be remade.
Not my cup of tea. I couldn't really get a handle on the characters and I felt the novel could have explored the alien aspect and theories revolving around the "zones"... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Anders Winkel
this book is originally in Russian. in English it is completely irrelevant. a film was later made by a Russian director. it is even more ridiculous. when will the flowers go?Published 9 months ago by gcd
Amazing piece of literature, has aged well and handles multiple perspectives without pushing the reader away due to inconsistency.Published 11 months ago by James Douglas Crofts-Bennett
anyone out there that loves sci-fi should pick up a copy of this book before we run out of trees to print it on.Published 11 months ago by gabe
These Russian authors compile one of the best and most radical visions of a destroyed Russian world, for fans of Tarkovsky, this is a must, he based his classic film.Published 16 months ago by Bartok Kinski