Penguin Lost Paperback – 3 Mar 2005
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"Delicious – when Viktor finally finds Misha it is as if Woody Allen had gone to meet Kurtz" (Spectator)
"There is more magic in his realism than in a library of witches and wizards" (Scotland on Sunday)
"Rich, authentic and entertaining" (New Statesman)
"This grotesque post-Soviet world is tinged with Dostoevskian absurdity" (Independent)
"Death and the Penguin was praised for its brutal humour, tender humanity and all-out guts. Penguin Lost is a sequel equally superlative and twice as readable" (Ink)
'A darkly comic and offbeat journey. P-p-p-pick it up!' - ScotsmanSee all Product description
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13 November 2017
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
I love Kurkov's Penguin series. It's funny, satirical, ludicrous, brutal and poignant. What's not to like? You have to open your mind to it and some knowledge of Russian history wouldn't go amiss but you'll get the gist of the politics and aftermath without having to consult too many history books.
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This sequel to Death and the Penguin, English translation 2001, allows Andrey Kurkov a further opportunity to direct his satirical fire on life in post-Soviet Russia, Ukraine [and...Read more
Even better than 'Death and the Penguin' in my opinion. Darkly humorous and very enjoyable all round!
Dark humour and grim truths in post-Soviet Ukraine and Russia.