I, Putin by Jennifer Ciotta

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Multi-Award-Winning, Original Novel about Vladimir Putin - Historical FictionGrab your copy of the fast-paced, thrilling novel about Russia's president instantly!

Vladimir Putin, the enigmatic, controversial president of Russia, is faced with a decision so harrowing, it changes him forever. It's the year 2000. Newly elected President Putin is embattled after the Kursk submarine explodes and spirals into the abyss. 118 submariners are trapped. Outwardly, Putin seems not to care, but behind the scenes is another story. Meanwhile, the Russian people yearn for a response from their leader. Mass protests ignite across Russia. Does Putin save the sailors and unite his beloved motherland, or does he lose everything?

Discover what motivates the man behind Russia. Is he the cold, ruthless leader you know, or is he...human?

˃˃˃ Winner of Honorable Mentions at the New York Book Festival & Hollywood Book Festival

Entertaining and original, I, Putin is also well researched, and the author has an extensive background in Eastern European studies. Author Jennifer Ciotta received a master’s degree in creative writing and Russian studies from the Gallatin School at New York University. She was a Peace Corps volunteer in Estonia, a main setting of the novel, from 2000 to 2002.

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“Brilliant glimpse inside the Russian soul.” Francis McGovern, publisher of Literary Traveler

“Very engaging storytelling.” Doug Noll, The Doug Noll Radio Show

“It's a novel that resembles the Russian president in many ways. It’s controversial in many ways, yet a lot of the things deserve nothing but admiration." Review Harbor

˃˃˃ Unlock the mystery of who this leader is and how he's remained in power for so many years...

Written from the perspective of a first-person Putin and his fictional personal aide Gosha, this novel is entertaining and unique...and informative. The author's goal was to provide a different view of the man behind Russia, because the Western media often provides a bias view of him. Read this intriguing novel and come to your own conclusions.

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About Jennifer Ciotta

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Jennifer Ciotta is the author of I, Putin, which has won Honorable Mentions at the New York Book Festival & Hollywood Book Festival, 2012. It is her debut novel. She holds a master's degree in creative writing and Russian studies from the Gallatin School at New York University. She also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Estonia, a main setting of the novel, from 2000 to 2002.
 
Published December 15, 2013 by Pencey X Publishing. 212 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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