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However, you could really read the 2 books without realizing they go kocnanek. Filter your search Keyword. It hits the notes you expect and doesn’t have too many twists or surprises like the other books. There is a young woman called the Death – cause her lovers die in weird cirumstances – connected to the case.

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Although this is a companion piece to She Lover of Death, there’s not much to link the two. Again, my suggestion is to read these books in order, but you can get by with this one as a standalone if you don’t want to go back and read the books that came before. Also it has a sexy, crazy heroine.

A lively book and while it may not be the perfect book to start one’s fascination with Akunin and Fandorin, it isn’t necessary to have read any of Akunin’s previous books to enjoy this one. Filter your search Filter by categories. I noticed that on Amazon UK, one reviewer repeated that name To further the confusion, the police are also on the take.

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And now we’ve come to number nine in the Fandorin series. He seemed off his game or rather Senka didn’t see him as we do from the other books. An author worth reading that allows us to discover a brutal Russia and to enjoy a nearly extinct language nowadays.


Exciting and adventurous, Akunin’s ability to shift narrative voice between each novel and in the Fadorin series his homage to style of authors of great detective fiction is impressive. And FYI, whoever wrote the blurb for the dustjacket cover put his name as Skorikov.

We do not know what the detective does when he’s not with Senka, making us witnessing the outcome, so it is difficult to find the culprit by yourself. I liked the writing style, especially the beginning full of slang.

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The events of this novel occur contemporaneously with the events of She Lover of Death. It’s in Moscow and Fandorin hidden under the name Nameless searches for the treasure hidden in basements.

Erast Fandorin Mysteries 1 – 10 of 14 books. After a while Death gained a reputation, leaving people who walked by her to cross themselves or to spit over their shoulders.

It is an intelligent, engaging, and just different enough series to be in a class of its own. The early ones were interesting because they gave an insight into Tsarist times, with an engaging hero along the lines of Sir Percy Blakeney.

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Then, turning to Yoshka: While details are sketchy and we want more! He gets better and better. I didn’t hate this one one but I didn’t like it nearly as much as the other Erast Fandorin books. This had me prowling through the internet with very little success so far. Mlokos i diabel Cierpienie zlamanego serca Boris Akunin. Looks like the icons were in the room with the sleeping man or in the hallway.


Kto jest tajemniczym brodaczem? Books by Boris Akunin. The story is exciting, full of miedci and turns typical of Fandorin stories, and the novel can easily be read in one go.

This one is the best yet. Walet pikowy Boris Akunin. Both have their femme fatales, as well as plot twists. Senka took off his cap and crossed himself – the wall was covered with icons Missing: Another typical Fandorin mystery. But I think Erast wasn’t the Erast we all love. Off to the next adventure, I love reading them all and recommend everyone to read the tales of Fandorin. This mystery noris described by the author as a Dickensenian mystery and is told from the point of view of a young orphan making his way in the criminal Moscow.

The Winter Queen Boris Akunin. To view it, click here. In a few cases, Akunin also has Fandorin active around notable events of the era, at times filling in details where history has left us stumped.

A true atmosphere specific to the author.

Mierxi with This Book. It was good luck to read them together, as I have not read this series in an order. He Lover of Death Boris Akunin. They are almost all in 3rd person perspective, and quite often not from the point of view of Erast Fandorin which is both tantalising and frustrating at times.