Not unto Death but unto Life by Andrey Yagin

Pastor Alexey Zimin and his Ministry in an ex-Soviet town are the target of terrorist attacks. Who is behind this evil?

Pastor Alexey Zimin lives in an ex-Soviet seaside town of Yuzhnogorsk. He has a great family, a dynamic ministry and loving friends. Everything good in his life is only beginning to happen when serious testings come: a death threat, a murder of a close friend and intimidation. As the area where he lives is on the verge of a revival international assassins begin to terrorize the local population including a growing Moslem minority. They appear to be connected to coup d’etats in Africa and transnational oil corporations. Why Alexey is the target of the enemy’s attacks and who is behind that evil?
Learn for yourselves how this story ends.
All the characters and the plot of this book are fictitious; however, almost all the events described here really took place in various areas of the former Soviet Union and the world.

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  • First submitted Dec. 10, 2011
  • Last updated Dec. 10, 2011
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  • Retired user
    unacceptablymild [Retired] wrote 11 months, 3 weeks ago

    This is a valuable book, and one that can provide insight for the churches of the western world. On my shelf, with six stars.

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      Andrey Author wrote 11 months, 3 weeks ago

      Thank you very much for your comment!

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    indecisionx [Retired] wrote 11 months, 4 weeks ago

    a great effort that focuses attention on a touchy part of the world and the forces at work there.

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      Andrey Author wrote 11 months, 3 weeks ago

      Thank you, I appreciate your comment!

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    dissenter [Retired] wrote 12 months ago

    anyone who gives a fig about life on the border between Russia, Middle East and Europe, the relations between people there...should use this very interesting book as another piece of the total story.


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      Andrey Author wrote 11 months, 3 weeks ago

      Thank you for your comment! I appreciate it.

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    impenitrouble [Retired] wrote 12 months ago

    remarkable account of interfaith problems mixed with oligarchy.

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      Andrey Author wrote 11 months, 3 weeks ago

      Thank you for your comment!

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    obstinate [Retired] wrote 12 months ago

    a great effort that focuses attention on a touchy part of the world and the forces at work there.

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    Aminul Ruhul Islam wrote 1 year, 3 months ago

    Not unto Death but unto Life:

    Short pitch: Can it be more eye-catching? I don't think so. Long pitch: Enough information to make the reader more interested.

    The first paragraph of the first chapter, scene setting, is overwhelmingly excellent. For me it was intoxicating. It is a great book; written by a master narrator. Readers will love it. I recommend this book to others. 6 stars for this book, W/Led it.

    Aminul Ruhul Islam
    (Agent of Allah)

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    ossification [Retired] wrote 12 months ago

    anyone who gives a fig about life on the border between Russia, Middle East and Europe, the relations between people there...should use this very interesting book as another piece of the total story.

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    E. M. Rideout wrote 1 year, 4 months ago

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    Andrey,
    I'm back. Still enthralled with the story. There are typos, but I have been too engrossed in the story to make notes of them. There is one glaring error, though. In Chapter 8, paragraph 8, first line. You wrote it is detrimental to powerfully pray. Detrimental is not what you meant. Essential?
    E.M. Rideout, The Rejected Grail

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    E. M. Rideout wrote 1 year, 4 months ago

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    Andrey,
    I just finished chapter 8. The story won't let me go. It is told with a sense of urgency that keeps my attention. I noticed a number of typos scattered throughout, and some of the paragraphs have run together.
    E.M. Rideout
    The Rejected Grail

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    E. M. Rideout wrote 1 year, 4 months ago

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    Andrey,
    I have only made it to chapter 2 so far. The story line is like a 21st Century reenactment of the Book of Acts. It's an awakening to the fact that as our Heavenly Father is powerful and immortal, so is our spiritual enemy.
    E.M. Rideout
    The Rejected Grail

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    Tina Webb wrote 1 year, 6 months ago
    I'm now on chapter three. Your book description is great and caught my attention. From what I can tell right now, this book has great potential. It will be an easy read for those familiar with spiritual warfare and an intriguing read for those that enjoy spiritual "encounters". Chapter 1 is a good introduction and I understand the decision to use Chapter 2 to give some background to Alexey. I must admit, I ended up skimming a lot of Chapter ...
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    Shiloh Yazdani wrote 2 years, 1 month ago

    This is one of the best books I've read on here so far. It is deep, poignant, anointed and blessed! I am thankful you wrote it! High stars and I hope a high ranking for you!
    Shiloh
    "Courage Through Faith"

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    ninny wrote 2 years, 1 month ago

    Along with that feeling, came another feeling. It was a feeling....

    The repetition of words is repeated...

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    modelprophoto wrote 2 years, 1 month ago

    The man was paralyzed with fear, and he froze and couldn't move.

    Do you want some help editing?

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    sumofsam [Retired] wrote 9 months, 3 weeks ago

    good stuff

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    b@c [Retired] wrote 9 months, 3 weeks ago

    a good time to get on the forum and to boost.

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    Watermelon [Retired] wrote 11 months, 1 week ago

    people who read even a portion of this book will not fail to come away with better understanding of the challenges facing the Church all over the world.

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    Tina Webb wrote 1 year, 6 months ago
    I'm in Chapter 7 and I have a few comments. Chapter 4 was a bit challenging to read. You give a fair amount of background...maybe it can be presented in the mode of stream of consciousness for Alexey or condensed somewhat. The only other challenge I'm having is point of view. I'd like to read the whole book from only Alexey's point of view versus having a narrator. Although you are always in the 3rd person, it seems at times ...
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