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Newly released novel drawing praise in Canada and U.S.

 A beautiful, gripping story of the dark side of the Bolshevik Revolution. The reader is immediately immersed in the horror of the Revolution, the redeeming power of friendship and courage, and the promise of opportunity in a new land." -- Tucker Hart Adams, former professor of economics, University of Moscow.

"A story of simple and lasting friendship that moves from the Black Sea through the Russian Revolution and horrors of the Great War to the mud huts of Saskatchewan. Leon Trotsky is here, as is John Smith -- but the characters the reader will never forget are Anton and Kaza." -- Roy MacGregor, author of Canadians: A Portrait of a Country and Its People.

"An arresting, imaginative work by a gifted and sophisticated writer." -- Tom Farer, dean, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver.

"Anton is a fascinating glimpse into a little-known period of history. It is also a fabulous story. I recommend it highly." -- Douglas Brown, Denver Post.

"A wonderful book ... a terrific novel. Buy one for yourself. You'll be glad you did." --  Charles Stoh, Western Michigan University.

 "Eisler has a Tolstoy-like ability to get inside his characters." -- Dr. Mary Conroy, professor of Russian history.

"A perfect marriage of insight and history. As a reader, I felt as if Eisler reached into my mind and revealed that I already know the universal human truth." --Saskatchewan Publishers Group.


 
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