[Free eBook] Chocolate Lenin by Graham Diamond [Science Fiction Satire]

Chocolate Lenin by British author Graham Diamond is his standalone satirical science fiction novel, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Endeavour Press’ Venture imprint.

This was originally self-published in 2012 by the author’s own Lion Books imprint. This is a speculative fiction satire set in a near-future version of Russia. The story revolves around a mad scientist’s decision to resurrect the titular communist leader in the form of a sapient chocolate being, and explores the revolutionary upheavals which follow.

Offered worldwide, available at Amazon.

Free for a limited time, available worldwide @ Amazon

Description
What would happen if one of the most notorious leaders of all time was brought back to life?

Russia is in chaos.

Vlad Petrovsky, a fanatical scientist, elects himself as the saviour of his homeland. Entering the world of confectionary, he sees an opportunity that is truly once – or twice – in a lifetime.

His plan: to restore Vladimir Ilyich Lenin to life. But in chocolate form…

But Lenin doesn’t come quietly – after he is resurrected, he leaves a trail of confusion, calamity and pandemonium, calling for a countrywide revolution.

It’s not long before he faces the world.

Part of the group to control the madness, Vlad and his friends must race against time to devise a plan to contain the reanimated politician.

Along the way, Vlad finds himself forming unlikely friendships, in the middle of a fast-growing revolution, and chasing Lenin all over the world.

Chocolate Lenin is a tense, action packed satirical work of science fiction. In this quirky, humorous adventure, Diamond brings to life one of the most well-known figures of twentieth century history, and he isn’t afraid to cause mayhem.

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