Books by Lisa C. Hayden

KLOTSVOG by Margarita  Khemlin
Released: Aug. 27, 2019

"A subtle, nuanced take on one apparently selfish woman and the difficult choices she makes."
A woman describes her life in the Soviet Union. Read full book review >
SOLOVYOV AND LARIONOV by Eugene Vodolazkin
Released: May 14, 2019

"A busy but intriguing hybrid of a novel."
This debut novel from Russian writer Vodolazkin (but his third to be translated into English; The Aviator, 2018, etc.) is an odd, often likable mélange: part academic satire, part military history, part philosophical meditation, part detective tale, part rollicking caper. Read full book review >
LAURUS by Eugene Vodolazkin
Released: Oct. 13, 2015

"With flavors of Umberto Eco and The Canterbury Tales, this affecting, idiosyncratic novel, although sometimes baggy, is an impressive achievement."
Love, faith, and a quest for atonement are the driving themes of an epic, prizewinning Russian novel that, while set in the medieval era, takes a contemporary look at the meaning of time. Read full book review >