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The Hunt

Published by Diogenes as Die Jagd
Original Title: Trawlja

A journalist who knows too much. A son who betrays his father. A merciless oligarch. A corrupt, unscrupulous hack. Media that tear down reputations to order. 

Sasha Filipenko tells the story of Anton Quint, an idealistic journalist who decides to take on an oligarch. His powerful opponent gives the order to destroy Quint – and so the hunt is on. 


General Fiction
288 pages
2022

978-3-257-07158-0

World rights are handled by Diogenes
(except Russian rights)

Film rights are handled by Diogenes

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»You’re either hunter or hunted. Filipenko paints a terrifying portrait of a society careening towards the abyss.« 

Elena Balzamo / Le Monde, Paris

»The way Sasha Filipenko writes about violence is of such linguistic beauty that it makes me want to immediately delete this sentence.«

Nora Zukker / Tages-Anzeiger, Zurich

»It’s this system of violence and oppression that Filipenko puts under the literary magnifying glass and skilfully disects, with linguistic and compositional panache.«

Ingo Petz / Der Standard, Vienna

»The Hunt is a pageturner.«

Uli Hufen / WDR 3, Cologne

»This is a very intense book, a very hard book, but one that’s incredible to read.«

Johannes Kössler / ORF, Vienna

»For all the novel’s savagery, this is sophisticated literary fiction, many-voiced and free in its form.«

Erik Lim / Südwest Presse, Ulm

»In a remarkably nimble tone, Filipenko succeeds in portraying the perversities of the Russian state apparatus.«

Lukas Koschyk / Nürnberger Nachrichten, Nürnberg

»In this very readable book, Belarusian author Filipenko shows that commercial fiction doesn’t have to be apolitical.«

Rheinische Post, Düsseldorf

»With his highly literary, sophisticated prose, Filipenko takes us into the heart of the country on several narrative levels.«

Annemarie Stoltenberg / NDR Kultur, Hamburg

»Perhaps not reading from the history books after all. Sadly, this novel has proved to be timeless.«

Wolfgang Koydl / Die Weltwoche, Zurich

»A jumble of voices as chaotic as the country in which moral categories like good and bad seem to have abdicated, and a lack of conscience reigns.«

Lilo Solcher / Augsburger Allgemeine, Augsburg

»Filipenko has written a brutal, a disillusioned book, that fits today's perception of Russia in a haunting way.«

Johann Michael Möller / Cicero, Berlin

»Using a multitude of forms, Filipenko plays his sentence symphony with virtuosity. But he never forgets to warn. To show how the freedom of the press is being destroyed in Russia.«

Peter Pisa / Kurier, Vienna

»You’re either hunter or hunted. Filipenko paints a terrifying portrait of a society careening towards the abyss.« 

Elena Balzamo / Le Monde, Paris

»The way Sasha Filipenko writes about violence is of such linguistic beauty that it makes me want to immediately delete this sentence.«

Nora Zukker / Tages-Anzeiger, Zurich

»It’s this system of violence and oppression that Filipenko puts under the literary magnifying glass and skilfully disects, with linguistic and compositional panache.«

Ingo Petz / Der Standard, Vienna

»The Hunt is a pageturner.«

Uli Hufen / WDR 3, Cologne

»This is a very intense book, a very hard book, but one that’s incredible to read.«

Johannes Kössler / ORF, Vienna

»For all the novel’s savagery, this is sophisticated literary fiction, many-voiced and free in its form.«

Erik Lim / Südwest Presse, Ulm

»In a remarkably nimble tone, Filipenko succeeds in portraying the perversities of the Russian state apparatus.«

Lukas Koschyk / Nürnberger Nachrichten, Nürnberg

»In this very readable book, Belarusian author Filipenko shows that commercial fiction doesn’t have to be apolitical.«

Rheinische Post, Düsseldorf

»With his highly literary, sophisticated prose, Filipenko takes us into the heart of the country on several narrative levels.«

Annemarie Stoltenberg / NDR Kultur, Hamburg

»Perhaps not reading from the history books after all. Sadly, this novel has proved to be timeless.«

Wolfgang Koydl / Die Weltwoche, Zurich

»A jumble of voices as chaotic as the country in which moral categories like good and bad seem to have abdicated, and a lack of conscience reigns.«

Lilo Solcher / Augsburger Allgemeine, Augsburg

»Filipenko has written a brutal, a disillusioned book, that fits today's perception of Russia in a haunting way.«

Johann Michael Möller / Cicero, Berlin

»Using a multitude of forms, Filipenko plays his sentence symphony with virtuosity. But he never forgets to warn. To show how the freedom of the press is being destroyed in Russia.«

Peter Pisa / Kurier, Vienna
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