The novel is a tale of a family whose path is closely intertwined with the fate of Russia in the twentieth century. Similar to A Trace in the Footprint, the novel follows the changing atmosphere in Russia during periods of inner turmoil – the Civil War, collectivization, the Great Patriotic War, and the dissolution of the USSR. At the forefront of Do I Have No Regrets is a family trying to find their place between a series of social and political upheavals. Critics were largely satisfied with the great attention Sharov paid to historical detail in this work.
Rights status: available for all languages less Polish.
Published by: Hungarian - Attraktor, Polish - Kontra
A novel about the Cossacks, both citizens of the Soviet Union and political émigrés, who fought against the USSR in the Soviet-German War but were subsequently handed over by the Allies in accordance with the Yalta agreement.