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The Daily Beast: "Dealing with universal themes in the context of very modern problems, Bronsky adds an exciting new voice to the literary world."

Date: Apr 4 2010

A sharp, observant debut novel from an anonymous author...

In Broken Glass Park, a debut novelist who writes under the pseudonym Alina Bronsky tells the possibly autobiographical story of Sacha, a 17-year-old living in Berlin after leaving Moscow. As Sacha navigates her new life, she also dreams of writing a novel and works on planning revenge against her stepfather, who murdered her mother and left her an orphan. Dealing with universal themes in the context of very modern problems, Bronsky adds an exciting new voice to the literary world. “Bronsky… narrates a brutal story with a sharp, canny voice” and called it “a stark, moving tale of resiliency and survival,” wrote Publishers Weekly.