What happens when a communist falls in love with a capitalist in the middle of the Cold War? This story revolves around a Russian Spy who falls in love with a British Spy. The matter no longer remains personal. It becomes a threat to the State security of the countries that are involved in espionage activities. World's premier agencies at the time like the KGB, MI6, and CIA etc. become the antagonist of the plot and the whole world act in hypocrisy. The division of their love is in Berlin. It is the Berlin Wall. This wall divided not just two individuals, but the entire humanity into two pieces. The Book answers some of the deepest questions of philosophy too. The dialogues are philosophical in nature. Some new concepts, interpretations as well as terms have been coined and introduced in the story. Also, it has "seriously-witty" situations. Some of the questions that are answered include: What is Cold War? What is Propaganda? What is Love-crime? What is Body complex? What is Slave-paradox? What is Love-republic? What is Rims Psychology? What is Cemetery paradox? What is Operation-separation? Why is Life not a Bed of Roses? How to pass a secret mail? Where is the heart of a KGB Spy? How to suppress a Counter-revolution?
The author is a Law graduate from National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam. Since childhood, he had interest in detective stories. And he would love to watch horror movies very seriously. Sometimes he would laugh, and sometimes he would cry to various scenes. With age, his interest also shifted to espionage novels as well as movies. The Bourne series and The James Bond series became his favourites. Subsequently, he came across many classic movies of the 1960s etc... and he loved the theme of Cold War espionage. One fine morning when he was gazing at a white wall, with a hot coffee in his hand, he was haunted by the idea of writing an espionage novel. Since he was always good in history, he was self-motivated! However, he got inspired from characters like Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes, Ian Fleming's James Bond and John Le Carre's George Smiley. So, he also created a fictional spy named Vladimir or "Agent Maxim.
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It is a great book. A must read for contemporary readers. This book will spark the interest of both the young and old alike.