Novel writer: Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky

Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky are together called the Strugatsky brothers. They are famous Russian writers.

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  • Space Mowgli, novel by Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky (1971) - Book review by Kadmon

    Space Mowgli, novel by Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky (1971) - Book review by Kadmon
    Space Mowgli, novel by the Strugatsky brothers (1971)
    image © Macmillan

    Article updated: 2020.02.11

    The Space Mowgli is a novel by Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky. The book was reviewed by Kadmon.

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    Product: Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky: Space Mowgli novel (1971)

    Writer: Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky

    Title: Аркадий Стругацкий и Борис Стругацкий: Малыш / Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky: Kid

    Setting: Noon Universe

    Date of publication: 1971

    English edition: Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky: Space Mowgli, Publisher: Macmillan, Date of publication: 1982, Translated by: Roger DeGaris

    Hungarian edition: Arkagyij Sztrugackij és Borisz Sztrugackij: A kölyök / The kid, Publisher: Móra Ferenc Könyvkiadó / Kozmosz Könyvek, Date of publication: 1977, Translated by: Apostol András

    Product type: Novel, 150+ pages, Genre: Futuristic science fiction, Style: space exploration

    Reviewer: Kadmon, Type: Male, 40s, Taste: Immersive, logical story, consistent setting, prefers surprises

    Reading: Recent (2020.01), I might have read it before, but I didn't remember any of the story

    Rating: Average (2/3 pont), Enjoyment: Lower than average (2-/3 pont)

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    The Space Mowgli is a novel by Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky, published in 1971. The version I've read is the Hungarian edition, published by Kozmosz Könyvek in 1977. This is a space exploration story, about a group of scientists who run into unexpected events on a terraforming mission. The events are realistic, the characters are bland, but believable. I liked the Space Mowgli book from the Strugatsky brothers, it was an interesting reading, although nothing exceptional.

  • The Dead Mountaineer's Inn, novel by Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky (1970) - Book review by Kadmon

    The Dead Mountaineer's Inn, novel by Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky (1970) - Book review by Kadmon
    The Dead Mountaineer's Inn, novel by the Strugatsky brothers (1970)
    image © Melville House

    Article updated: 2020.02.14

    The The Dead Mountaineer's Inn is novel by Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky. The book was reviewed by Kadmon.

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    Product: Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky: The Dead Mountaineer's Inn novel (1970)

    Writer: Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky

    Title: Аркадий Стругацкий и Борис Стругацкий: Отель «У Погибшего Альпиниста» / Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky: The Dead Mountaineer's Inn

    Date of publication: 1970

    English edition: Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky: The Dead Mountaineer's Inn, Publisher: Melville House, Date of publication: 2015, Translated by: Josh Billings

    Hungarian edition: Arkagyij Sztrugackij és Borisz Sztrugackij: Fogadó a Halott Alpinistához, Publisher: Móra Ferenc Könyvkiadó / Kozmosz Könyvek, Date of publication: 1981, Translated by: Földeák Iván

    Product type: Novel, 150+ pages, Genre: Modern fantasy, Style: crime story, criminal investigation

    Reviewer: Kadmon, Type: Male, 40s, Taste: Immersive, logical story, consistent setting, prefers surprises

    Reading: Recent (2020.01), it's my first reading of the novel

    Rating: Average (2/3 pont), Enjoyment: Average (2/3 pont)

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    The The Dead Mountaineer's Inn is a novel by Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky, published in 1970. The version I've read is the Hungarian edition, published by Kozmosz Könyvek in 1981. This is a story of an investigation, set somewhere in Scandinavia of the 1960s, where strange things happen to guests trapped in a hotel. The characters are varied, the events are interesting. I liked the The Dead Mountaineer's Inn book from the Strugatsky brothers, it was fun from start to finish.

  • Definitely Maybe, novel by Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky (1974) - Book review by Kadmon

    Definitely Maybe, novel by Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky (1974) - Book review by Kadmon
    Definitely Maybe, novel by the Strugatsky brothers (1977)
    image © Macmillan

    Article updated: 2020.02.14

    The Definitely Maybe is a novel by Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky. The book was reviewed by Kadmon.

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    Product: Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky: Definitely Maybe novel (1974)

    Writer: Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky

    Title: Аркадий Стругацкий и Борис Стругацкий: За миллиард лет до конца света / Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky: One Billion Years Before the End of the World

    Date of publication: 1976-1977 (in Знание — сила / Knowledge is Power magazine)

    English edition: Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky: Definitely Maybe, Publisher: Macmillan, Date of publication: 1978, Translated by: ?

    Hungarian edition: Arkagyij Sztrugackij és Borisz Sztrugackij: Egymilliárd évvel a világvége előtt, Publisher: Móra Ferenc Könyvkiadó / Kozmosz Könyvek, Date of publication: 1978, Translated by: Földeák Iván

    Product type: Novel, 150+ pages, Genre: Modern fantasy, Style: conversations about the topic

    Reviewer: Kadmon, Type: Male, 40s, Taste: Immersive, logical story, consistent setting, prefers surprises

    Reading: Recent (2020.01), it's my first reading of the novel

    Rating: Worse than average (2-/3 pont), Enjoyment: Bad (1/3 pont)

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    The Definitely Maybe is a novel by Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky, published in 1976. The version I've read is the Hungarian edition, published by Kozmosz Könyvek in 1978. It is a drama about researchers who face strange phenomena, hindering their works. I did not enjoy the book from the Strugatsky brothers, but it might be interesting for those who'd like to know more about the Russian reality under the Soviet regime.

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