I've read nearly 20 books on WWII over the last year or two but most of the books have been told from the German or American perspective or covered the general scope of a battle or the war itself. I have read one book written by a Russian, "Tank Rider" by Evgeni Bessonov, but wasn't overly impressed with the book. The book was just published last year. It amazes me how books are still coming out on the war 60 years later. Anyways, anyone know of any other books written by a Russian that covers the soldier story. I don't really like to read about the overall scope of a battle but rather prefer to read about it from an individuals perspective.