Someone needs to fix the world.
It’s the end of the 21st century, and Nikolai Barusachev knows exactly how to change things. In his new world, people won’t starve by the millions, or die for lack of medicine. They’ll be free to pursue their own goals, rather than what their government forces them to want. But those who don’t share his brilliant vision are needless obstructions, and Nikolai is willing to do
anything to remove them. Giving up everything he knows and loves, sacrificing friends and family– all regrettably necessary.
He’s spent his life crafting the image of a loyal public servant to his government. But it’s time to shed that identity and emerge as a leader. It’s time to make the entire world take notice of him.
If war is inevitable, as Nikolai knows it must be, then he’ll make sure he’s the one that wins. He’ll build an army, and through careful propagandizing around the world, he’ll recruit – or coerce – people in high places to his cause. Country after country will fall as his moles emerge to destroy their own governments.
(keep everything from here down)
They call him a terrorist.
But he knows he’s the savior of mankind. In the wake of the devastation, he will usher in an era of unprecedented peace.
If millions must die, that’s just the price that must be paid.
Then you need to focus on the person who's going to oppose him cause right now all you have is "Hannibal likes to eat people" and you're missing what makes the book scary as shit to us: Clarice's view.
Giving monsters demonstrably Russian names is a cliche. I think he should be named something you don't associate with evil...George. Or RickyBobby.