Though the Heavens Fall
This powerful, engaging book is an autobiography of Mikhail Kulakov and others who taught Christianity under a Communist government. It has very high morals: honesty, chastity, family, friendship, courage, gratitude, wisdom, selflessness. The content is tragic at times, due to punishments and persecutions (imprisonment, starvation, death, executions, etc.), but it is written appropriately, and the author is a positive person.
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