"The source of happiness" by Polina Dashkova
Polina Dashkova is the pseudonym of the famous Russian writer Tatiana Viktorovna Polyachenko. She was born on July 14 in Moscow, in the family of hereditary Jews of the Zelenets-Elanskys.
After graduation in 1979, she decidesgo to the Literary Institute. A.M. Gorky. During the practice in the fifth year of training, she was recruited in the journal Rural Youth as a literary consultant.
In the nineties she was in charge of the literary department of the newspaper Russkiy Kuryer. She has two daughters - Anna and Daria.
Creative activity of the writer
She made her debut as a poet. Her works were published in such magazines: "Origins", "Youth", "Rural Youth", as well as in the almanac "Young Voices". She gained wide popularity as a writer thanks to the creation of detective stories.
The very first book, entitled "The Blood of the Unborn", was a great success among Russian readers. Many of her works have been translated into French and German.
Literary pseudonym Dashkov came up with,combining the name of his daughter Dasha and the derivative of his name (Polyachenko). Terms of the employer's contract prohibit her during the interview to voice her real name.
Today, let's talk about her trilogy "Sourcehappiness ". This is a story about the possibility of a real life extension. "The source of happiness" Dashkova wrote in 2007, when humanity was already intrigued by scientific discoveries about artificial rejuvenation of the body.
The main hero of the work is the billionairePeter Borisovich Kolt. This man is so rich that he is able to acquire any thing. He perfectly conducts his affairs and can conclude any transaction. "Source of Happiness" presents us as a strong personality, a winner. Now he set himself the goal of finding a means to ensure eternal youth. Colt does not trust all sorts of myths about stem cells and a philosophical stone. He is looking for a real tool - the achievement of science. He was interested in the mystical opening of the military surgeon-professor Sveshnikov, which was recorded in 1916 in the Russian capital.
It is not known what is the essence of theexperiments. Professorial records disappeared in revolutionary times. The scientist himself also seemed to have sunk into the water. His life and supposed death are all in question.
This mysterious discovery is the mainstay of the work, which was presented by the writer Dashkova.
"The source of happiness" - the second book
The next part describes the continuation of the storyabout the family of the mysterious professor Sveshnikov and his research. In 1918, the Bolsheviks wanted to get the wonderful drug. To date, this discovery - the coveted extraction of the adepts of the occult order seeking immortality.
The third book, The Source of Happiness,Mikhail Vladimirovich Sveshnikov and Fedor Agapkin, who were the court physicians of the Red Leaders. They were witnesses of events at the turn of the twenties of the last century. Patients of mysterious doctors were Stalin and Lenin. The leaders embraced themselves with the opportunity to rise to the peak of their glory, while being in the guise of eternally young politicians. They hoped to get a medicine to help get rid of old age and death.
In the work "The Source of Happiness" occursthe intertwining of the present with the past, where everything real is represented as a myth, and everything in the past seems real and so close. Pyotr Borisovich Kolt is ready to sacrifice everything in order to obtain the coveted miracle cure. And here he is on the verge of revealing the puzzle.