MARIA CULMER – UK

This has to be one of my favourite books of all time. I’ve read it a couple of times in English and would love to be able to read the original, but until then this was a great way to experience the book in Russian. The language and grammar were pitched at my...

JOHN GOSS – UK

There are a few greats here. First of all it is a great novel from a great writer. Secondly, even with so many gaps in my vocabulary, there are enough aids in the intermittent explanatory words and phrases sections to help keep up with the narrative without...

CORNE LOMBARD – South Africa

I like the book. I bought it to improve my listening skills. It is difficult to follow every sentence, but I understood the story in general. I learned new words and was happy to hear the ever-so-popular verbs of motion being used in the text. I have passed A2 TORFL...

WAYNE WALKER – USA

Tolstoy is almost completely unapproachable for me in the original Russian. The vocabulary that Tolstoy uses include many older words that are not common today. Because of this, I need a lot of help to understand his works. Kristina to the rescue! I buy every reader...
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