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El esbirro by Sergei Kourdakov (1 star ratings)

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Lists with This Book. Era algo mayor que Sergei, y nunca se integro verdaderamente al grupo, le gustaba estar apartado, y estaba cerca de abandonar el orfanato. Oh September 3,while a naval officer, he defected to Canada by jumping off of the ship he was stationed on.

Kourdakov later converted to Evangelical Christianity, moved to the United States, and joined Underground Evangelism, an organization that smuggled Bibles and other religious materials into the Soviet Union.

Those first two chapters really drew me in and kept me wanting more.

El esbirro

The true story of a Russian KGB police officer who had given his who life to the communist party and becomes disillusioned and begins to seek the faith of those he brutally persecuted. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. The idea that one human being can be so vicious to another is terrifying. The church represents no threats. The book was reasonably polished, but as this was a 1st draft there are a few spelling errors very few due to the authors demise In turn this influences him to look beyond what he had been taught over the years to learn more about the people he persecuted.


As an adult he participated in dozens of raids that sometimes ended in death. Trivia About The Persecutor. Even from his childhood he was taught the best way to break people. I understand that some “Christians” can give God a bad name, they can be overbearing, hypocritical–but we’re all human.

But of course, they did. Apr 29, April rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Overall I loved the book and anyone interested in reading it should, I promise you will love this book. The fact that most of this book is total fiction and easily disprovable detracts from it enormously, but it is still a very valuable historical resource as a pro-Western propaganda piece during the Cold War.

Un tipo blando y justo.

Jan 07, Jeff Shelnutt rated it liked it Shelves: Evolution itself is a form of having faith in the scientists and rl who say it’s true. Only they receive the benefits of the “system. This is why libor don’t call them Christians or churchgoers. Darcy rated it liked it Apr 13, It is clear that he came to the realization of his sins against the believers, which he had suppressed for so long. But the religioznik had faith in the living God and they insisted upon dragging all that was sordid and depraved about human nature out into the light.


We know the risk. Oct 07, Shannon rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: And their threats on his life could not silence him. It reminds us that with God there is always hope. The tone is one of honesty, oibro one does wonder if Kourdakov exaggerates his successes.

Once the illusion of communism faded, Kourdakov soon found that his belief esbiirro in what he believed communism could be and not what it really was.

Coming of age in ‘s Soviet Russia, Sergei, along with other children whose parents had been taken from them by the authorities, grew up in the atrocious environment of the communist children’s home. Avoid at all costs. I have read this book 2 or 3 times over and was very moved by it, even translated lirbo to my own language.

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