The Age of Terror
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Set in the seamy world of the Russian sex slave trade, The Age of Terror is the harrowing story of Joe, a disillusioned young American expatriate and lapsed Catholic who searches for life's meaning in the Soviet Union on the eve of its disintegration.
Plante plays brilliantly with our assumptions of both the United States and Russia, and ultimately proclaims a universal theme of sacredness and redemption.
|Sold By||St. Martin's Press|
|ISBNs||0312198248, 1466829222, 9780312198244, 1466829222, 9781466829220|
|Number of Pages||240|