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  • Positive Thinking and Female Stupidity I [Russian Edition]

  • Wow I Made a Joke
  • Written by: Tatiana Kazakova
  • Narrated by: Mila Rad
  • Length: 10 hrs and 2 mins

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Positive Thinking and Female Stupidity I [Russian Edition]

Written by: Tatiana Kazakova
Narrated by: Mila Rad
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Publisher's Summary

"Ничего себе пошутила" - роман Татьяны Казаковой, жанр иронический детектив. Светлану Птичкину недаром называют Птичкой, уж очень ее характер напоминает веселую, беззаботную птичку. По своей доверчивости она соглашается помочь одному человеку и неожиданно оказывается втянутой в криминальную историю. Две верные подруги, опасаясь за ее жизнь, пытаются ей помочь, но она решает по-своему наказать виновника.

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  • 26-08-18

I lasted less than 2 chapters

Really boring, silly writing coupled with an annoying narrator voice who sounds like a twelve-year-old with a learning disability, recording this on her phone in a bathroom. I got no more than 10-15 minutes into the book, but, honestly, can't stand much longer. in my naivete, I thought that a Russian book that has made it to Audible would be decent. Granted, for all I know, it might be a bestseller in Russia. No reason to suppose that the ausdience there is any more discerning than the masses here who buy mind-numbibg trash by the million.

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