It is in Russian and I can't understand a word of it.
Yes. I am turned off by all untranslated Russian books. I don't understand why it is even listed. It ought to be in a special Russian section.
No. She speaks Russian and I can't understand a word she says.
Anger, sadness, disappointment and a feeling that I am a sucker who did not see the special note that this book is in Russian. I think this is a little joke played by Audible that is not very funny to me. Maybe my review will be a warning to all Audible subscribers that sometimes the books, depicted with titles in English, are actually read in Russian.
You cheated me. Even though you put that note in that it was read in Russian. You ought to have shown the cover with the title and all writing in Russian so only Russian speaking people will buy it. And why don't you have an important scientific book in English? You don't have much at all. Is it because only 7th grade Russians are interested in botany and zoology? Are you making a statement about the stupidity of our own English (sort of) speaking 7th graders? Or are you saying that a book like this should be read in Russian because they are the only ones who will listen to it? What are you trying to say? Huh?
Wow. That about sums it up. Wow.
Who knew that a non-fic SK book could be so good? I certainly didn't think it would be anything to write home about (pun intended) when I selected it for download. But the combination of SK's brilliant effort and the fact that he narrates it adds up to a real win-win here. Listening to this book is like sitting around a campfire, listening to the Wordslinger tell his life story.