"A marvellous writer" (Michael Frayn)
"Bulgakov here assaults the dour utilitarian lives of Soviet citizens with a defiant, boisterous display of nonsense" (The Times)
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Excellent and funny - gives such a creative boost even while reading. You will start to look at dogs and people differently.Published 5 months ago by dace delaney
This is short, amusing and sometimes grim book written in the early years of the Soviet Union, but not published until 40 years later. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mac McAleer
A good read and an interesting take on what can happen if humans meddle too far although obviously in real life this could not happenPublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Just hilarious. This had me howling with laughter, mostly on a train. The easiest way to get a carriage to yourself. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Matthew
You probably know that Bulgakov was the satirist whom even Stalin wished would keep writing; Lunacharsky and the culture police, even Marshal Steel himself found this effort a bit... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mr. G. Morgan
I read this after "Master and Margarita", and was disappointed. It is very funny in places, but totally failed to connect with me emotionally, whilst MIM is funny, warm... Read morePublished 20 months ago by JHM