Narine Abgaryan

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Narine Abgaryan is a Russian writer of Armenian origin. Already renowned as a children's author and blogger in Russia, she is now a prize-winning novelist. First published in 2015, Three Apples Fell from the Sky has now sold 160,000 copies and was awarded the Yasnaya Polyana award. Abgaryan lives in Moscow with her family.

Lisa C. Haydens translations from the Russian include Eugene Vodolazkins Laurus, which won a Read Russia Award in 2016. Laurus and Lisas translation of Vadim Leventals Masha Regina were both shortlisted for the Oxford-Weidenfeld Prize. She lives in Maine, USA.

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Three Apples Fell from the Sky

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A poignant, uplifting tale of love, friendship and second chances

High in the Armenian mountains, villagers in the close-knit community of Maran bicker, gossip and laugh. Their only connection to the outside world is an ancient telegraph wire and a perilous mountain road that even goats struggle to navigate.

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