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I’ll start this review with the grand hyperbolic statement that Victor Pelevin is the most original author writing today. Read morePublished 2 months ago by krebsman
This book was extremely boring. I kept hoping it would get better eventually but it never did. I would literally have to force myself to try to read it until I finally gave up on... Read morePublished 13 months ago by jessica scott
I got three chapters in and gave up. What a boring book. Anyone who can read this all the way to the end deserves a medal. What's sad is I seem to be in the minority. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jacqueline
An intriguing novel which will be compelling to anyone with a passing interest in contemporary Russia, zen buddhism, and/or werewolves.Published 24 months ago by Richard Hughes
not my kind of book, didn't keep me wanting to read more. boring. just not a book for me at allPublished on September 2, 2013 by Jesse Domingos
It helps to understand socio-economic history of recent Russia. But it's not necessary to have that to enjoy the book.Published on July 15, 2013 by William Brown
This is an interesting story, but it rambles a bit and the pacing bogs down a lot. But, since it was translated from Russian, I wonder how much was lost in translation. Read morePublished on December 11, 2012 by Jeffrey Armadillo
Welcome to invigorating torture in the raw: Pelevin's take on the Russian makeover. The book reads with a bit of an accent in English. Read morePublished on April 1, 2010 by JF