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The Andropopov Saga - Volume I: Russian Phoenix Bo Braze

The Andropopov Saga - Volume I: Russian Phoenix

Bo Braze

Published November 20th 2007
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Kindle Edition
306 pages
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An action/adventure novel like one you could never imagine. Imagine a man who marries eight woman, has babies by each of them around the same time and then imprisoning the women, a death sentence, and raising the children himself. Imagine thoseMoreAn action/adventure novel like one you could never imagine. Imagine a man who marries eight woman, has babies by each of them around the same time and then imprisoning the women, a death sentence, and raising the children himself. Imagine those children growing up, assuming important positions in the Andropopov clan, an attack on Iceland, and you have Russian Phoenix.Mikhail Andropopov, youngest protelariate of Gulags in the history of New Russia, and called Golden Boy of Siberia is disillusioned with the New Russia. He believes that the world has driven his country down so far that it is now a second world nation. The Ruble is devalued, capitalists are running the government and no one can stop them...except Mikhail.Mikhail builds his Stalin Gulag in Siberia with one level on top of the ground, but unbeknownst to anyone else, he builds 7 additional levels below. He brings in only the strongest and fiercest men and women convicts and places them in the levels below. They never see the light of day but they are treated like gods and love Mikhail. As families begin to grow so does his army. Each level also has a specific function...to produce futuristic weapons, vehicles, armament and aircraft for his growing army. He then marries 8 women, each having a child, and after the children are one year old, he throws them into Lower Level 8 to die and raises the children himself.For 26 years Mikhail is patient. He build his army and weapons to massive levels. Each of his children are trained in various positions in the Phoenix such as assassination, finance, war college education, etc. When the children are old enough, Mikhail moves forward with his master plan. He invades Iceland with the intention of making Iceland, his New Russia.But, the world has something to say about that and a fierce war ensues. The outcome of Mikhails dream of Russian Phoenix is inevitable...or is it?