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Lilia Kim

She has published nine books and is one of the best known names of the post-soviet generation of Russian writers. From the age of fourteen she worked in many different jobs until in the year 2002 when she wrote Biblia milenium, a trilogy that made her popular and that told the story of the life that Biblical characters would lead today.

Since then, her publications have included Ania Karénina (2003), a controversial allusion to the book by Tolstoy; Russki terror (2005, Russian terror); Suka liubov (2005, Bitch-love) and also a series of comics starring a modern-day witch.

She is currently preparing the cybernetic epic Maximus Grom, a fantastic story about the destruction of the digital world.