[Epub] ➤ One-Two ➥ Igor Eliseev – Buyphenergan500.us

One-Two GOLD WINNER, 2017 INDEPENDENT PUBLISHER BOOK AWARDS IPPYS For EUROPE BEST REGIONAL FICTIONTwo Conjoined Babies Are Born At The Crossroads Of Two Social Worldviews Girls Are Named Faith And Hope After Spending Their Childhood In A Foster Home And Obtaining Primary Education, They Understand That They Are Different From Other People In Many Respects The Problems Of Their Growing Up Are Exacerbated With Permanent Humiliations From Society Finally, Fortune Favors Them, Slightly Opening A Door To Happiness Separation Surgery That Theoretically Can Be Performed In The Capital And Sisters Start Their Way, Full Of Difficulties And Obstacles Will They Be Able To Overcome A Wall Of Public Cynicism Together With Internal Conflicts Among Themselves Will They Find A Justification For Their Existence And Accept It Searching For The Answers To These And Many Other Questions Constitutes The Essence Of This Novel One Two Is A Psychological Drama, The Main Events Of Which Unfold In 1980s And 1990s The Novel Is A Speculation About How Difficult It Is To Be A Human And How Important It Is To Stay Human Until The End It Is A Message Full Of Empathy And Kindness Addressed To All People I Believe The Right Time Has Come I Hope This Book Is For You.

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  1. says:

    Inside One TwoAt first, my work on this book was an ordinary hobby, then it developed into a mania and, finally, I found such abundance of opportunities for out of body experiences in this activity that it entirely absorbed all my private interests Thus, an ordinary piece of paper, a set of symbols on a computer screen gradually turned into a tiresome burden, an unpaid debt to society However, as it always happens in fairy tales and rarely in life, everything was solved in the best way hardl Inside One TwoAt first, my work on this book was an ordinary hobby, then it developed into a mania and, finally, I found such abundance of opportunities for out of body experiences in this activity that it entirely absorbed all my private interests Thus, an ordinary piece of paper, a set of symbols on a computer screen gradually turned into a tiresome burden, an unpaid debt to society However, as it always happens in fairy tales and rarely in life, everything was solved in the best way hardly had I fastened the end to the real end of the story, I calmed down and fell asleep for the first time And now I know precisely, whatever destiny comprehends my creation my life is being lived for a reason This book is not a part of me any it has safely separated from the creator, and leads its own independent life One Two book I presented for your strict reader s judgment is not a speculation about how diff...


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    I really enjoyed One Two It has a unique story telling voice, one peppered with Soviet facts like bread crumbs and thoughtful reflections Like cracks in the mirror, I often pictured Hope and Faith as being beautiful, but worn out before their time The story moves us through the girls childhood in a foster institution to the nest of a rather wonderful blind lady to the streets of Moscow in a freak show scenario mostly devoid of any optimism for the most part But there are moments of light, t I really enjoyed One Two It has a unique story telling voice, one peppered with Soviet facts like bread crumbs and thoughtful reflections Like cracks in the mirror, I often pictured Hope and Faith as being beautiful, but worn out before their time The story moves us through the girls childhood in a foster institution to the nest of a rather wonderful blind lad...


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    ONE TWO by Igor Eliseev is a novel written by a young Russian author in the manner of Dostoevsky dark and riveting The author uses two POV s in his writing The first person is used when he describes his traumatic childhood, and the second person is used when he talks to his other half This is a technique that creates increasing tension, as the author foreshadows something dark throughout the book The author switches POV s so consistently that he does not take away from the reader s focus, bu ONE TWO by Igor Eliseev is a novel written by a young Russian author in the manner of Dostoevsky dark and riveting The author uses two POV s in his writing The first person is used when he describes his traumatic childhood, and the second person is used when he talks to his other half This is a technique that creates increasing tension, as the author foreshadows something dark throughout the book The author switches POV s so consistently that he does not take away from the reader s focus, but instead, creates a frightening foreboding.This book is brilliantly written, although at times, it b...


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    One Two is the tale of conjoined twin sisters Faith and Hope and tells of their struggle for survival and acceptance in a cold and detached world I have to say this is such a beautifully crafted book The language is so fluid and poetic, and some of the phraseology is simply magical.Eliseev paints an incredible picture which is depressing and uplifting, sad and joyous, and above all is full of faith and hope at all times The array of characters and their interactions is so interesting, as is t One Two is the tale of conjoined twin sisters Faith and Hope and tells of their struggle for survival and acceptance in a cold and detached world I have t...


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    This book is a masterpiece and I have to say this, the author is a genius indeed It is a dark, deep, literary drama about conjoined twin sisters, Faith and Hope The narration is smooth, sophisticated and touching Faith is narrating their story of gut wrenching hardships, for their only sin was to be born different, to her sister, Hope Their only dream was to be separated surgically someda...


  6. says:

    When I finished reading One Two I had to catch up my breath after this unbelievable psychological drama where the misery had no end Probably Igor, the author, metaphorically chose to write about the conjoint twins Faith and Hope as an inseparable assets of our life The diversity of the characters reflected the harsh reality that can not be swallowed and yet inspirational What I like the most it was the unpredictable narration, no happy ending, no tragic ending, just a smooth tangibili...


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    Originally posted here Indeed for me, the right time did come when I read this book Now, seeing as to how this is my second review I m no longer a virgin in this regard , I had trouble when it came to writing this There were too many quotes which I absolutely loved so I ll string some along in the review before I get to the last portion and it was pretty hard to decide where to start But here goesLet s start at the beginning One Two is set in t Originally posted here Indeed for me, the right time did come when I read this book Now, seeing as to how this is my second review I m no longer a virgin in this regard , I had trouble when it came to writing this There were too many quotes which I absolutely loved so I ll string some along in the review before I get to the last portion and it was pretty hard to decide where to start But here goesLet s start at the beginning One Two is set in the 1980s and 1990s of Russia, in the Soviet Union era and particularly during the Perestroika period From the onset, this reminded me of my History lessons as a teenager, wistfully remembering how Mikhail Go...


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    There something about Russian literature that just enchants me and after just a few pages I knew One Two wouldn t disappoint Igor Eliseev s writing is packed with both beauty and sadness, taking you on an emotional journey that lingers long in the memory The book chronicles the hardships of conjoined twins, named Hope and Faith, growing up in Moscow at the time of Perestroika From the dark days of their schooling under the rule of a beautiful tyrant nicknamed Adoter to an adult life spent dru There something about Russian literature that just enchants me and after just a few pages I knew One Two wouldn t disappoint Igor Eliseev s writing is packed with both beauty and sadness, taking you on an emotional journey that lingers long in the memory The book chronicles the hardships of conjoined twins, named Hope and Faith, growing up in Moscow at the time of Perestroika From the dark days of their schooling under the rule of a beautiful tyrant nicknamed Adoter to an adult life spent drunk in dark tunnels begging for money, it s hard to see how Faith and Hope can endure They exist amidst a backdrop of violence, hurt, deformit...


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    A real masterpiece, and no doubt about it The famous old Russian novelist tradition has found a new representative, and his name is Igor Eliseev His utterly unusual story of the life of two conjoined twins makes us cry, suffer, think, and even laugh at times it is deeply philosophical and wonderfully poetic it has got all the features of a truly great novel.As we start out on that journey with the two sisters, we are forced to go through everything they go through and considering their co A real masterpiece, and no doubt about it The famous old Russian novelist tradition has found a new representative, and his name is Igor Eliseev His utterly unusual story of the life of two conjoined twins makes us cry, suffer, think, and even laugh at times it is deeply philosophical and wonderfully poetic it has got all the features of a truly great novel.As we start out on th...


  10. says:

    Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers FavoriteOne Two is a psychological drama written by Igor Eliseev They were born as conjoined twins there had been talk of letting them die at birth, words whispered in the delivery room and its environs The two infant females survived however, the difficulty of the delivery and the shock of the news about her babies led to the mother s mental instability Yielding to pressure from the hospital administration, she signed a certificate of death, and the fat Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers FavoriteOne Two is a psychological drama written by Igor Eliseev They were born as conjoined twins there had been talk of letting them die ...

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