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Strange and wondrous stories inspired by folklore from various corners of the world, carefully assembled and adapted by a Russian writer and political journalist Nikolai Teleshov.

©2017 TSK Group LLC (P)2018 TSK Group LLC

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Great collection of short stories

I loved this collection of short stories. They all had a moral incorporated into them and I think they would be great for the whole family. Most of the stories held my interest throughout them. There were a couple that my mind would drift off while listening, but overall a great mix of stories! Fred did another fantastic job on the narration! He has just a wide range of voices and it's always a pleasure listening to him!

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Fun and heartwarming stories for the whole family

This is a collection of Russian tales and legends, each with a moral incorporated into the story. They have enough depth to be enjoyed by children or adults on different levels, each relating as per their experience and maturity. There is a diversity of styles, and everyone will have a different favorite. My personal favorite was "Dawn," a tale of love and power, with a clever twist ending. I also found "The White Heron" to be mesmerizing, and enjoyed all the others as well. The narrator does a fine job capturing each mood and style, and differentiating the voices very clearly. All in all, a very enjoyable listen for the whole family.