“Monday Starts on Saturday is not just an ingenious and gripping read but simply a delight from start to finish. . . . This is a novel with which to fall in love.” —Adam Roberts, from his foreword
"This melding of bureaucracy and the numinous is highly enjoyable and impossible to compare to any other work."—Publishers Weekly
About the Author
Arkady and Boris Strugatsky were famous and popular Russian writers of science fiction, with more than twenty-five novels and novellas to their names, including Roadside Picnic, Hard to Be a God, The Doomed City, The Inhabited Island, The Snail on the Slope, The Dead Mountaineer’s Inn, and Definitely Maybe. Their books have been widely translated and made into a number of films.
Andrew Bromfield has translated into English works by Victor Pelevin, Boris Akunin, Sergei Lukyanenko, Mikhail Bulgakov, Daniil Kharms, Leo Tolstoy, and the Strugatsky brothers. Adam Roberts is the author of I Am Scrooge, Twenty Trillion Leagues Under the Sea, Jack Glass, Yellow Blue Tibia, and other novels.