The Boy Who Stole from the Dead MP3 CD – 11 Mar 2014
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About the Author
Orest Stelmach was born in Connecticut to Ukrainian immigrants and didn’t speak English when he was a child. He’s earned a living washing dishes, stocking department store shelves, teaching English in Japan, and managing international investments. In addition to English, he speaks Japanese, Spanish, and Ukrainian. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Top Customer Reviews
What I found most intriguing was the insight into Ukrainian history and tension with Russia, given that I read this when these tensions were heightened again. It added a contemporary relevancy that made the book not only decent fiction, but also documentary.
Orest Steimach introduces you to a world that we don't know and wouldn't want to know - the dark world of eastern Europe. His characters are full and rounded and you care what happens to them, even the 'bad guys'. I loved following Nadia (the heroine) from New York to Ukraine. The descriptions of Chernobyl and the surrounding area made me think what it must have been like for the people who lived there. I will definitely read book number 3 which I am sure will follow
I have thoroughly enjoyed reading the trilogy.
Ike anyway. I was. very. glad when I finally got to the end of it. It went on far too long.
I think any reader should read the series in order.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice twists and a good pace. Characters have a bit of depth. Well worth a read. Now for the next one of the series.Published 1 month ago by alasdair
Not as fast paced as The Boy From Reactor Four but very good all the samePublished 2 months ago by Vanessa White
An excellent insight into Russians and Ukrainians and their decendants in USA. A better than average thriller. Far fetched at times but an enjoyable read.Published 8 months ago by J. Lock
Anothere great story rom The Nadia Tesla collection. Having read three, I am intrigued by the stories.Published 11 months ago by Flicey
A great way to get the whole picture of what you want to know and understand how the whole world could be involved in the storyline and yet leave you want to read the next chapter... Read morePublished 15 months ago by alison birkett