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Flames of Heaven

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A novel years ahead of its time, set in the final days of the Soviet Union and heralding the birth of the new Russia, this dark but finally transcendent novel proved controversial when first issued in the United States, but went on to sell out multiple editions in Russia and the states of Eastern Europe, where it was considered the finest and most accurate novel written by ...more
Paperback, 382 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Stackpole Books (first published April 1st 1994)
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Tasha Cooper
Oct 31, 2013 Tasha Cooper rated it it was ok
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I had thought it was a story about the end of the Soviet Union and that I would pass on the book to my Mother to read. Changed my mind on that....To me it read more of a novel that happened to take place just prior to the end of the Soviet Union, and was just an exercise in trying to work in as many descriptive sex scenes as possible....quite disappointing.
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It's a pity that people don't understand the complexity of this book.
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Another love story. Set in Kazakhstan. Graphic sex scenes. Got your interest?
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Ralph Peters is a novelist, an essayist, a former career soldier, and an adventurer in the 19th-century sense. He is the author of a dozen critically acclaimed novels, two influential works on strategy, "Beyond Terror" and "Fighting for the Future".

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