Don't Disappear, Part 1
Just one mistake can change a young girl's life forever.
This story is a lesson in life for Vika Zotova, as she grows up in the Soviet Union prior to Glasnost. For an innocent, fourteen-year-old girl, that truth becomes all too real when she meets Sergei Nilovski, a KGB officer who becomes the first love of her life. Before their relationship can full mature, terror strikes. She is laughing and joking one minute, only to wake up days after, as slave in a foreign land. And, her young mind is continuously thinking about ways to escape.
NINA GUEST is a published author in Russia. Her first book, Don't Disappear, Part I, is not only a Russian best seller; it has been adapted to a successful, long running Television Mini-Series. And, the publishing house can hardly keep Part II of Don't Disappear on Russian bookshelves. Nina's Russian culture largely influences her writing. She writes fiction and non-fiction, comedy, poetry, and movie scripts. Some of her works reveal life as it really was in pre-glasnost, Communist Russia, as well as currently within the Russian Federation. Look for Don't Disappear, Part II, and a new comedy on US bookshelves within the near future.
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Awsome!User Review - tready49 - Borders
This is a great book! It is easy to read and full of excitement. Once I got started, I couldn't stop reading untill it was finished. I can't wait for Part 2! Read full review
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