Android Karenina

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Quirk Books, Jun 8, 2010 - Fiction - 512 pages
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It’s been called the greatest novel ever written. Now, Tolstoy’s timeless saga of love and betrayal is transported to an awesomer version of 19th-century Russia. It is a world humming with high-powered groznium engines: where debutantes dance the 3D waltz in midair, mechanical wolves charge into battle alongside brave young soldiers, and robots—miraculous, beloved robots!—are the faithful companions of everyone who’s anyone. Restless to forge her own destiny in this fantastic modern life, the bold noblewoman Anna and her enigmatic Android Karenina abandon a loveless marriage to seize passion with the daring, handsome Count Vronsky. But when their scandalous affair gets mixed up with dangerous futuristic villainy, the ensuing chaos threatens to rip apart their lives, their families, and—just maybe—all of planet Earth.


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User Review  - deslivres5 - LibraryThing

Sorry, I tried hard to start/finish this book, but it has been a trial for me. I might give it another go AFTER reading the original. Or at least watching an adaptation of Anna Karenina. I've read and ... Read full review

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User Review  - spotzzzgirl - LibraryThing

Didn't finish it. I got about halfway through, and it was a slog even getting that far. The androids and steam-punkness were interesting elements, but the writing style was hard for me to process, and ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Leo Tolsoy, the author of War and Peace, has been called the most brilliant master of realistic fiction in all literary history. He lived in Russia. Ben H. Winters collaborated with Jane Austen on the New York Times best seller Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters. He lives in Brooklyn.


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