Hyperboloid of Engineer Garin

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"Hyperboloid of Engineer Garin" - fantasy novel by A. Tolstoy, completed by 1927. The creation of this novel A. Tolstoy inspired mesmerizing image design Shuhovskoy tower, built in 1922 as a follow-tall sections hyperboloid. In the article "As we write" (December 1929) Tolstoy said: "When he wrote" Hyperboloid of Engineer Garin "old friend Olenin told me the true story of the double hyperboloid structures, the engineer who made the discovery, died in Siberia. I had to read the latest theories of molecular physics. Many helped me Academician PP Lazarev. "According to the author of the first part of the novel - the adventurous, the second - the heroic, and the third - utopian.

App on the Ukrainian language.

Simply install and enjoy.

No additional programs and libraries do not need!

To create off user feeling reading real books, the application creates the effect of turning pages.

Applications do not require users to send SMS from mobile phones to premium numbers and do not track personal information.

As a small compensation for work of the creator into application embedded advertising module Admob.

Publishing Center "Hyperion" produces all printing work: preparing for printing books, printing and distribution of finished products.
Publisher aims to popularization reading classical works of Ukrainian, Russian and foreign literature of a new generation of readers, among our young people and advanced user of the goods company Google.

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Additional Information

April 13, 2013
Current Version
Requires Android
1.6 and up
Content Rating
Warning – content has not yet been rated. Unrated apps may potentially contain content appropriate for mature audiences only.
Offered By
Alex Schachowskiy
03142. Україна, м. Київ, вул. Доброхотова 14, кв. 28
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