Flames of Heaven: A Novel of the End of the Soviet Union
From the bestselling author of Red Army, a dazzling novel of the end of the Soviet Union. Peters brings together extraordinary characters in a story that will resonate for decades to come. He reveals the heart of the violent, vibrant, visionary people tasting for the first time the passion that can destroy old worlds and build new ones.
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