Boris Akunin’s books were removed from the Young Guard store
The Moscow store “Molodaya Gvardiya” on Polyanka removed books written by the writer Boris Akunin from the shelves. This was announced by the Zakharov publishing house on its official page on the VKontakte social network.
“We inform our readers and partners that the Young Guard store decided not to wait for a decree / order / order to remove from the shelves the books of B. Akunin, so beloved by them, and, having shown remarkable will, he himself accepted this bold in every sense decision,” the publisher said in a statement.
Representatives of “Zakharova”, in turn, in response to this, decided to withdraw from the store “Young Guard” all books published by the publishing house.
“We also decided not to lag behind and, along with the books of the above-named author, took away from them all the other books published by us. Disappear so disappear!!! So there will never be any more of our books in the “Young Guard” in Polyanka. Even if the sun comes up. The doctor said: “To the morgue”, then to the morgue,” they wrote on the page in VKontakte.
In early June, Akunin posted on his Telegram channel a post titled “Volume 12 of the History of the Russian State” in which he analyzed the current geopolitical situation.
Earlier it became known that the Russians began to read more fiction.