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A young man named Peter is inside a car. He's travelling to meet the boss. This is a very important meeting. His life depends on it. This meeting will decide his future, to live or die. The big boss will decide this. Welcome to Mother Russia and the criminal underworld in capital city. Money can buy it all. Everything is just about getting the money. Are you able to choke destiny with your own two hands? The big boss did it; that's why he's now in his castle. He made himself a king out of nothing. Peter is about to find out the hard reality of thug life. It's not as easy as he thought it would be...Yet it's his only choice: live or die.

©2015 Ralph Clayton (P)2016 Ralph Clayton

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Boring, no point, poorly researched

I came across this with a quick search for something related to Georgia or Tbilisi. The writing is absolutely dreadful. I actually fell sleep listening to it in the middle of the day and had to rewind it. The story didn't make much sense even with one and a half listens. I wonder if this author just visited Tbilisi once and decided to use it in a story he wrote one night. Khatchapuri does not include herbs, and no successful Moscow businessman from Tbilisi started off selling pot there and certainly not ecstacy.

The writing is in no way vivid or thoughtful. It's full of boring adjectives and cliches. I commend and encourage people to write like this for practice, but there's a reason a story like this can't get published.

The narrators voice and accent in no way matches the text he is reading. I assume he's just a friend of the author. Avoid this thing.