Spy School – Are You Sharp Enough to Be a KGB Agent?

by Denis Bukin, Kamil’ Guliev & Bayram Annakov

Spy School by authors Bayram Annakov, Denis Bukin and Kamil’ Guliev is a non-fiction book based on mind and memory improvement techniques developed by the training corps of the KGB and contains a program for training memory, attention span and imagination. It is aimed at a broad audience regardless of their abilities in these fields.

This book contains a gripping spy detective story based on stylized KGB documents from the fifties. The story centers around the investigation of top-secret documents that have gone missing, and the search for a Nazi criminal who flees after World War II and begins living under a false name.

The text also contains theoretical and practical suggestions for working more conscientiously, effective exercises that help the reader to achieve genuine results over a relatively short period of time, also linking them to interactive exercises targeting attention, imagination and memory.

Spy School was developed based on memory, attention and imagination training used by the most effective special forces in the world. Training at intelligence agencies has been successful for decades. In the course of writing, the author worked with former intelligence officers and specialists who are still training future agents.

Spy School was awarded the prestigious "Runet Book Award" for the top bestseller of non-fiction in 2014.

  • Original Title |
    Развитие памяти
  • Pages |
    300 aprox
  • Publishing Year |
  • Genres |
  • Available Material |
    English Manuscript
  • Rights Sold |
    JAP | UK – World/All Languages | USA | ITA | POR | EST | HOL | GER | CHI | POL | SWE | SER | HUN
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