Beginning with a description of the blight of Russian communism in the 1930's your stomach will actually cry for food. This book really draws you in so you feel for the characters. After two years of listening to audiobooks this is my overall favorite. There are several well developed characters, all of which are 100% believable. You will not regret getting this book, I am recommending it to everyone. Many stories of this type suffer from predictability, and this usually causes me to shy away from detective novels. This is not the case for "Child 44". Another high point is the narration, it is clear, articulate and imitates a perfect russian accent when appropriate.
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