• Summary

  • This screwball comedy was adapted from the novella by Pauline Hayton and brought to life by voice actors from around the world. Grandma Rambo takes you on a journey from Naples, Florida to the mountains and jungles of Nagaland, India over 12 episodes.

    If you’d like to get an even richer story experience, head over to relaxwithastory.com and get the 500-piece puzzle that goes with Grandma Rambo. Then, work the puzzle as you go on this adventure with Brenda, her family, and the Naga people. By the end, you’ll have a beautiful representation of your time in Nagaland that will bring a smile to your face.

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    Copyright Rebeca Seitz
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Episodes
  • Sep 6 2021
    Brenda and her granddaughters struggle to outwit and outrun their captors while Jackie and the others race to bring help. Is this the end of Grandma Rambo...or the beginning?
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    16 mins
  • Aug 1 2021
    The chase is on as Brenda’s kidnappers lead her to her granddaughters - with Jackie, Mike, and…the Army?!…in hot pursuit.
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    17 mins
  • Jul 4 2021
    The family meets with newspaperman Peter Chang, a friend of Christina's, to discuss involving the press in the search for the girls. It turns out Peter is even more connected than they could have hoped. Personal revelations are made as the men begin to understand their role in how the whole adventure began.
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    20 mins

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Great story. Enjoyed it a lot! Thanks for sharing. Will recommend to friends. Looking forward to similar stories.

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Well structured story with a clear moral: hardship of adventure helps to overcome little household difficulties.

The author of the novel wisely uses cultural differences—between Brits and Americans—to make narration interesting and hilarious.

Good literary art, thanks!