Wall Street Journal: Oblivion by Sergei Lebedev one of the books that defined 2016.
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Oblivion: A Wall Street Journal Best Book of 2016

The 20 Books That Defined Our Year

"Sergei Lebedev’s debut is a phantasmagoric travelogue of the former gulags of the Arctic Circle and an unforgettable descent into Russia’s bloody history. Solzhenitsyn haunts the pages, but the crystalline lyricism is the author’s own. The sparkling rendering into English makes it plain that Antonina W. Bouis is one of the best translators at work today. "

See the rest of the Best Books of 2016 here.

We're thrilled to be publishing Lebedev's follow-up novel, The Year of the Comet, in February 2017. Click here to preorder. Use code WSJ2016 to get 40% off your entire order now through the end of the year.
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