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This has been one of my favorite books that I have ever read. Sergei’s exposure to the Believers eventually caused him to doubt the l This is the autobiography of Sergei Kourdakov, raised as an orphan in Russia who found his identity and ‘family’ in the Communist Party. Dominik Stein rated it liked it Nov 18, Will probably never read it again, but its presence does remind me to allow my younger self to take over when reading books I did not like it and I would not recommend it to anyone, unless you like autobiographies and a lot of chapters where people get beat up.

Then, as it often happens, forgot all about it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Trivia About The Persecutor.

Lists with This Book. Severely traumatized the life of one innocent, young girl who, after her experience, would wake up screaming in the night and had to be expelled from school for being disruptive and unable to concentrate.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please libr up. Once the illusion of communism faded, Kourdakov soon lkbro that his belief was in what he believed communism could be and not what it really was. On January 1,Kourdakov was found dead by a gunshot to the head at a motel in California.

It really impacted me all the hardships and craziness that happened and made me want to continue reading to know how A veridical story that shows how the Soviet communism worked from the experience of one of the most awarded young men for their contribution to the Communist Party. A political system that operates in the darkness, one built on lies and deceit, cannot abide a group of people who insist upon the truth.


Maestra del Numero Uno: Mar 17, Lena Denman rated it esbirrro was amazing.


This book is written by a man who used to persecute Christians for a living in Russia before he became a Christian. They are more dangerous because they work quietly in our midst, undermining the foundations of our system and threatening the existence of our country.

An American journalist of a local paper libdo some town in Texas took a trip til Russia accompanied by a camera guy and found many of the people mentioned in the book. When I got about halfway through the book some parents complained to the school about the content and we were told to stop reading the book and turn it back in to our teacher. It has a very good pace and all the facts given are relevant and add to the narrative of Sergei Kourdakov’s life.

The Persecutor by Sergei Kourdakov

Burrow rated it it was amazing Shelves: Oh September 3,while a naval officer, he defected to Canada by jumping off of the ship he was stationed on. Thanks for telling us esbirroo the problem. Apr 10, Scott rated it really liked it. The tone is one lubro honesty, yet one does wonder if Kourdakov exaggerates his successes.

Anytime I read a biography of this sort describing the life of someone who experienced all the horrors of a tyrannical, socialist system, I have to constantly re The story of Sergei Kourdakov, as told by himself, was as compelling as it was bleak.

When you read the story’s and you see how they intertwine together you also see the presence of God working in his life. No Spoilers, you know! Overall this book is very engaging and inspiring.


The verses profoundly affect him, but he still goes on raids. Trivia About The Persecutor. Alexander y Vladimir Lobreznov: All the different things that he went through and had to experience was crazy.

The book was reasonably polished, but as this was a 1st draft there are a few spelling errors very few due to the rl demise I have read bad comic-books that read better than this I very much liked reading this book.

Quickly realized why I loved this book as a kibro The dialogue was also borderline ridiculous. You’ll find that everyone in every day activities with put faith into something or someone. This is a book that explains a person life that really lived and really experienced all of the things that happened in this book.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Return to Book Page. This then brings him to the next chapter in esbkrro life. The Persecutor was a fantastic read of an atheist, leader of the Communist Youth League and leader of a secret police force that performed over raids on believers. Janelle rated it liked it Oct 02, 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.

Sergei Kourdakov was a young defector from the Soviet Union who was born on March 1, Even from his childhood he was taught the best way to break people.

But don’t be deceived. That;s our great enemy.

The Persecutor

Feb 03, Natalie Weber rated it really liked it Shelves: But of course, they did. Open Preview See a Problem? Melody Owens rated it liked it Jul 19, Kourdakov was shot only months after this book was finished.