Saguni, Alikhantura. Turkestan Anxiety (Uzb.). Istanbul, 2011, 547 p. Compiled & edited by Kutlukhan Shakirov. This work is a memoir reflecting the social and political events occured between 1917-1950 in both West and East Turkestan. The book dedicates how Soviet regime made mass terror into a state policy and practiced it in everyday life, in addition to how the regional administration of Russia-China victimized the local nations. It relates important ideas and suggestions about the future of Turkestan's national independence envisioned by the author, who is one of the leading thinkers and historical figures of Turkestan. The book recommended to a wide audience eager to learn about the subject.