By Josh Weil
Twins Yarik and Dima were inseparable due to the fact that early life. dwelling on their uncle’s farm after the demise in their father, the men as soon as spent their days supporting farmers in fields, their nights spellbound via their uncle’s stories. Years later, they exertions jointly on the Oranzheria, a sea of glass erected over acres of cropland and lit through area mirrors that ensnare the denizens of Petroplavilsk in perpetual sunlight. Now the twins have in simple terms paintings in common—stalwart Yarik married with childrens, oppressed via the weight of accountability; dreamer Dima residing by myself together with his mom, wistfully making plans the brothers’ go back to their uncle’s land.
But an stumble upon with the Oranzerhia’s billionaire proprietor alterations their lives ceaselessly and shortly either males locate themselves poster boys for opposing ideologies that threaten to damage not just the lives of these they love however the love that has bonded them considering the fact that birth.
A breathtakingly bold novel of affection, loss, and light-weight, set amid a daring imaginative and prescient of another present-day Russia.