Siberian Education jellemzők

By the age of six, Nicolai Lilin had been given his first 'pike knife' by an uncle, and by the age of twelve, he had been convicted of attempted murder...
Nicolai Lilin gained his 'education' as a member of the Siberian Urkas - a small and tight-knit community of "honest criminals" in a forgotten corner of Eastern Europe...
Siberian Education is his tale of an extreme childhood - exotic, violent and completely unique.
"Lilin's astonishing account of his life takes you into some very strange worlds; frightening, violent and yet with spirited moments of redemption which both offer hope and keep you reading...a breathtaking memoir." (Misha Glenny, Mail on Sunday)
"Terrifying, fascinating, horrific and vioent - an eye-opening and gripping account of a childhood spent in the brutal Siberien underworld." (Simon Sebag Montefiore, author of Young Stalin)
"Force yourself to forget about categories of good and evil, you have to just be there and read… produces a thrill of pleasure that is hard to forget."(Roberto Saviano, author of Gomorrah)