“Moscow Dreams” by Julia Gousseva

I am so thrilled that Christoph Fischer interviewed me on his blog. Thank you!!!



Today’s blog post on CHRISTOPHFISCHERBOOKS.COM introduces Julia Gousseva and her extraordinary book

Spotlight on Julia Gousseva: “Moscow Dreams” @http://www.christophfischerbooks.com/julia-gousseva-moscow-dreams/


“Moscow Dreams” by Julia Gousseva is one of the most captivating and engaging books I have read in some time.
The teenage heroine, Marina, is preparing for her future education with a view to Linguistic and English language when the 1991 political developments in the Soviet Union bring uncertain and volatile times for her and her peers.
In the struggle for Democracy Gorbachev is being kidnapped, McDonalds opens a restaurant in Moscow, Yeltsin announces the end of the Soviet Union and the end of the Communist Party.
Reading about it as it is being told from the perspective of a teenage girl I feel that I understood the dynamics of the times only now properly for the first time. Marina and her friends experience the changes together but every…

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