JOE DILLON

I am enjoying this reader very much. Although this novel is a little above my current Russian level, I chose it because the story is so interesting. Thanks for including the accent/stress markings, they have been very helpful. With my French background, the Russian...

JONATHAN WALKER – UK

Kristina’s approach to teaching Russian is very well worked out, and I only wish her books and audio recordings had been available a couple of decades ago when I was first studying Russian. I’ve studied many languages to various levels, and Kristina has...

GIANNI – Switzerland

What I like about this book is that it is very much condensed, meaning there are no long (and maybe unnecessary) descriptions of people, nature, towns, but it is pretty straightforward just the story. Of course, it’s not the same as the real book, but it’s...

LOUIS HANSELL – USA

I am enjoying reading this book. My level is beyond very beginner but certainly not advanced. The text is challenging, and I am enjoying the challenge. The audio is great, and I listen to passages multiple times to catch everything. For the print, some advanced...

LAM ANDREA – China

This book is good to practice Russian speaking and listening. Since I feel difficult to learn the pronunciation of Russian words, this book helps to understand the stress and learn new vocabulary. I found not many teachers can use this way to help students. It fits my...

DAN WHITMAN – USA

For me, Kristina’s version of Crime and Punishment comes providentially timed, since I am also watching the Russian  movie version of 2005. Kristina’s text is simplified enough to make it accessible to the intermediate reader. However, the vocabulary is mainly intact,...
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