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Arkady Strugatsky

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  • Roadside Picnic | Arkady Strugatsky,Boris Strugatsky,Olena Bormashenko (translator)

    Roadside Picnic

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By Arkady Strugatsky, Boris Strugatsky, Olena Bormashenko (translator)
    • Narrated By Robert Forster
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    Red Schuhart is a stalker, one of those young rebels who are compelled, in spite of extreme danger, to venture illegally into the Zone to collect the mysterious artifacts that the alien visitors left scattered around. His life is dominated by the place and the thriving black market in the alien products. But when he and his friend Kirill go into the Zone together to pick up a "full empty", something goes wrong.

    Ryan says: "Gritty, resonant sci-fi classic"
  • The Dead Mountaineer's Inn: One More Last Rite for the Detective Genre | Arkady Strugatsky,Boris Strugatsky

    The Dead Mountaineer's Inn: One More Last Rite for the Detective Genre

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 21 mins)
    • By Arkady Strugatsky, Boris Strugatsky
    • Narrated By Keith Szarabajka
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    When Inspector Peter Glebsky arrives at a remote ski chalet on vacation, the last thing he intends to do is get involved in any police work. He's there to ski, drink brandy, and loaf around in blissful solitude. But he hadn't counted on the other vacationers, an eccentric bunch, including a famous hypnotist, a physicist with a penchant for gymnastic feats, a sulky teenager of indeterminate gender, and the mysterious Mr. and Mrs. Moses.

    Tyler Harnett says: "Pretty fun read."
  • Monday Starts on Saturday | Arkady Strugatsky,Boris Strugatsky,Andrew Bromfield - translator,Adam Roberts - foreword

    Monday Starts on Saturday

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 56 mins)
    • By Arkady Strugatsky, Boris Strugatsky, Andrew Bromfield - translator, and others
    • Narrated By Ramiz Monsef
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    Sasha, a young computer programmer from Leningrad, is driving north to meet some friends for a nature vacation. He picks up a couple of hitchhikers who persuade him to take a job at the National Institute for the Technology of Witchcraft and Thaumaturgy. The adventures Sasha has in the largely dysfunctional institute involve all sorts of magical beings - a wish-granting fish, a tree mermaid, a cat who can remember only the beginnings of stories, a dream-interpreting sofa, and many more.

  • The Doomed City | Arkady Strugatsky,Boris Strugatsky

    The Doomed City

    • UNABRIDGED (15 hrs and 26 mins)
    • By Arkady Strugatsky, Boris Strugatsky
    • Narrated By Toby Longworth
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    It is a mysterious city whose sun is switched on in the morning and switched off at night, bordered by an abyss on one side and an impossibly high wall on the other. Its inhabitants are people who were plucked from twentieth-century history at various times and places and left to govern themselves, advised by Mentors whose purpose seems inscrutable.

  • The Doomed City

    • UNABRIDGED (17 hrs and 56 mins)
    • By Arkady Strugatsky, Boris Strugatsky, Andrew Bromfield - Translator
    • Narrated By Chris Andrew Ciulla
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    Arkady and Boris Strugatsky are widely considered the greatest of Russian science fiction masters, yet the novel they worked hardest on, the one that was their own favorite and that listeners worldwide have acclaimed their magnum opus, has never before been published in English. The Doomed City was so politically risky that the Strugatskys kept its existence a secret even from their closest friends for 16 years. It was only published in Russia during perestroika in the late 1980s, the last of their works to see publication.

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