Chocolate Lenin

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

‘Graham Diamond has written a novel that stands out and dares to be different.’ Rising Shadow

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.

Praise for Graham Diamond’s The Haven:

‘The Haven is a superb creation and I have been recommending it to all. The Haven stories are a wonderful experience’ — Andre Norton

‘Graham Diamond has written a novel that stands out and dares to be different.’ Rising Shadow


Graham Diamond

Graham Diamond

Graham Diamond began writing as a fantasy and science fiction author. He was born in Manchester, England, but was raised in New York City. He is best known for books such as The Haven, Lady of the Haven, The Thief of Kalimar, Slack Midnight, Chocolate Lenin and Forest Wars. He soon turned to other genres; including historical fiction, thrillers, and later a true story of a Holocaust survivor’s family during World War II, Maybe You Will Survive. Diamond was employed as an editorial artist by the New York Times for many years, and has also taught creative writing in both New York and California.

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