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Best Book of Decade Announced in Moscow
1.06.2011 08:57
Best Book of Decade Announced in Moscow
Zakhar Prilepin

According to the Super National Bestseller Award, the best book of the last decade is Zakhar Prilepins novel The Sin.
      The author received the award of 100 thousand dollars at the ceremony of award that took place on the 29th of May and was timed to the 10th anniversary of the Super National Bestseller Award.
      Winners of the Super National Bestseller contest throughout ten years of its existence, among them Victor Pelevin, Alexander Prokhanov and Mikhail Shishkin, rivaled for the jubilee prize. The Sin was the winner of the National Bestseller competition of 2008.
      Three members of the jury voted for the Novgorod writer Zakhar Prilepin, who is going to spend the money on his large family with four children.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Literature Zakhar Prilepin    

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