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Sovrev : The Faith Endeavor

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Loynne's Island, undisputable capital of the Western World and flagship to its most luxurious, lavish lifestyle. On this wealthy land of excesses, a teenager arrives illegally from a surviving Communist State referred to only as "The Motherland," which finds itself transitioning to capitalism. His new name, or rather, his alias, is Sonny Zharostin. Forged in the most rigid Communist doctrine, the youth quickly learns to hate this new promise of abundance and freedom, feeling nothing but contempt for the materialistic lifestyle advocated by the people of Loynne's and dreaming only of seeing his parents again. When Sonny receives a mysterious parcel containing the unlikeliest of objects, his life changes forever, and his safety and that of his loved ones is put in jeopardy. There is more to the parcel than he could possibly imagine, and, before he even realizes it, he is soon immersed fully into a game of love and infatuation, betrayal, terrorist intrigue, political conspiracy and unspeakable acts of violence, as his ideological zeal and dearest values are put to the ultimate test. Throughout the ubiquitous depravity, perversion and bleakness permeating the island, the bulwark of his resolve shall stand firmly on the most unyielding foundation: Faith.show more

Product details

  • Paperback
  • 124 x 200 x 48mm | 779.99g
  • Alexander Sylazhov
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 8461634985
  • 9788461634989

About Alexander Sylazhov

Alexander Sylazhov is a student at the University of Granada, Spain, who studies Spanish, English and Russian translation at the Faculty of Translation and Interpreting. He writes fiction and articles under the pen name Alexander Sylazhov. The author is fond of studying the history and culture of communist states and particularly of the former Soviet Union, as well as the geopolitical and social effects of the Cold War on our present society. He also enjoys greatly studying Russian history and reading Russian literature and poetry. Feel free to visit the author's website at "asylazhov.com" and contact him via e-mail at "alexander@asylazhov.com"show more