Trip to the Soviet Union

One of the memories of that trip is about a trip in Moscow’s metro, which was incredibly crowded with people and the doors closing very quickly. This made my 6-year-old sister not get into the crowd. It all ended very much undramatically  when a couple of Norwegians took care of her until we came back, but we often talked about what would have happened if she had been completely gone. This led me to write the story “Trapped behind the Iron Curtain”, where it is both me and my sister who get away and in an attempt to get back, get snatched on board the transibirian railway.
It is probably not the great literary work, but people tell me that it is quite exciting. There is a link to the book on Saxo, on the right.

Author: Steen