This is the life of several different characters that live and die in Mother Russia. This is their story and how it all ends and begins at the same time. The Majestic Man is the magical spark that joins them all, together as one, separated as none. The story of the great anti-hero and how it all began in The Motherland.
In a basement, Mr. Pickles is struggling, his friends are slowly fading away into oblivion. Rufus the Thug is driving a black Mercedes, he's driving Construct Karl to the airport. Lian the village girl is on a journey, she's travelling on a train escaping from her past and from herself. Dima the monster is in a cell, he's in isolation eating watery porridge for breakfast. Natasha is a waitress, she works in a posh cafe in the center of the city. Mr. M.M. and Dmitry are watching her, they are all lost without direction. Project unification is the only thing that can join them all.
I really enjoy Tales from the Motherland by Ralph Clayton. I plan on listening to these tales many more times. William Bill Word, who narrates the audio book, brings Clayton's brilliant story telling to life in such a manner I feel like I'm transported through time and space to this older and far away world. Additionally, William Bill Word's narration quality and characteristics are flawless. Crystal-clear sound and professional editing at its best pave the way for Clayton's wonderful tales to be delivered in the most adventurous, captivating, and vividly described audio experience. I definitely recommend this book to anyone seeking powerful imagery through masterful storytelling. It brought me enjoyment that goes way beyond the average audiobook experience.
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