Secret Notes From Iran is the first-person account of a journalist who travelled through Iran, disguised as a casual tourist, during the stormy US-Iran stand-off in the summer of 2017. With Iran now facing the possibility of a full-scale war with the US, the book features critical geopolitical analysis of Iran’s position in the current world order. The reader is taken across the length and breadth of the country, and the iconic Iranian settings serve as venues of illuminating conversations with Iranian locals about their predicament.

The narrative is accompanied by exclusive photographs taken in Tehran, Shiraz, Isfahan, Persepolis, Bandar Abbas and several other locations. The book comprises revealing first-hand observations, analyses of oil politics, a heady dose of war talk, a close look at sensitive social issues, and powerful interviews of world-renowned geopolitical writer and Iran expert, Vijay Prashad, and celebrated anti-hijab Iranian activist and writer, Masih Alinejad.

This book reflects the deeply conflicted times we live in, filled with equal measures of uplifting promise and dangerous portent.

The book also features a powerful interview with Noam Chomsky, the most prominent political scientist of our times, on the US-Iran standoff.


‘Control oil and you control nations’.

This is the diary of a journalist disguised as a tourist telling a tale of war affair of dangerous portent.

Iran is the biggest geopolitical puzzle as it has always been a hotbed of oil wars. This book helps you to learn Iran from within and not just from outside. There are 9 chapters in this book.

There are exclusive pictures inside which will astonish you and then deeply make you think of Washington intervention and these pictures help understand the book.

War history is always tragic and this book gives that pain. You feel underrated beautiful Iran falling for geopolitics. You travel along with Nadim to  Tehran, Shiraz, Isfahan, Persepolis, Bandar Abbas and many other locations disguised as a tourist.

For people who are curious about the downfall of a glorious nation like Iran. How did the petrodollar economy bloom? What did the media conveniently ignore? Time to toss the coin to see that it has two sides.

  • Paperback: 146 pages
  • Publisher: Leadstart Publishing; First edition

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