Yulian Semyonov Karl-Hanto Selmet
TASS on volitatud teatama...
March 06, 2018 Comments.. 913
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Tuntud vene n ukogude kirjaniku Julian Semjonovi s nd 1931 teos, mille tegevus toimub hiljaaegu iseseisvaks saanud Aafrika riigis, mille vastu L ne luureorganid vanden u sepitsevad.

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  1. Chukuriuk says:

    TASS is Authorized to Announce is a solid spy thriller with plenty of Cold War "frisson," one of Semyonov's best. It concerns a CIA-backed coup attempt in a fictionalized Angola ("Nagonia"), countered by heroic KGB agents. Its plot moves from Africa to the US to the USSR, and its characters are mostly well realized (the male characters and the lead female, at least; several secondary female characters are a bit two-dimensional). More than this: with several other of Semyonov's books featuring th [...]

  2. vhatos says:

    Такий собі роман про боротьбу КДБ та ЦРУ. Події в основному розгортаються в Африці. Викрито працівника МЗС, який працював на ЦРУ. Трохи заідеологізований твір.

  3. Thomas says:

    Sometimes the best way to ridicule an enemy is to quote him accurately. This is a spy novel that was written in the USSR in the 1980s, and which was subject to the USSR's rules of censorship. For some reason, it was translated into English.It is unintentionally funny. For one thing, the author has a scene set in a McDonald's -- but he has no clue what is in a McDonald's or how McDonald's works, and he never talked to anyone who had gone to the Moscow McDonald's. The second thing to make it funny [...]

  4. Bookcase Jim says:

    Here's what I liked about it: it's a spy thriller like many others I've read, but it's the only one I ever read that's coming 'from the other' side. The Soviets are the good guys here and Semyonov pulls this off really well. I also enjoyed the philosophical musings thrown in. Like any good Russian novel, literature is at the core. It makes for an odd read at times, but a decent one nonetheless. I'm giving it 3 stars because I can't give it 3.5 but also because it's just not as entertaining as a [...]

  5. Lysergius says:

    Semyonov's biggest best-seller is set during the Cold War. Thehero, Slavin, is a KGB officer, posted to an African country where the CIAare planning a coup d'état against a democratic regime. Slavin is far morerefined and intellectual than his western counterparts in spy fiction, andmore subtle in his ways of foiling the coup. Whatever your politics youwill enjoy this.

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