The novel does have its insane parts. A cat with a gun, naked witches, and trickery. From the insanity to a tender narrative of the fate of Judas, and Margarita
Count Alexander Rostov has been deemed a “non-person” by a Bolshevik tribunal. He is sentenced to house arrest in the Metropol hotel, across from the Kremlin.
Ya’ara Stein, a disgraced Mossad agent, has been tagged by the Israeli prime minister to create a secret squad answerable only to him.
A beautiful book, a lyrical and relatable story of the author who was born in Russia but spent his summers with his grandmother Charlotte Lemonnier
The book broadens the moral scope of the protagonist, questioning his share of the collective guilt of institutionalized oppression against your own people
A tightly woven fictional story taking place in old-school Russia where Big Brother is everywhere and a fabricated incriminating charge is just a step away