Author: Daphne Kalotay
Book title: Russian Winter
Narrator: Vesna Jaćimović (pronunciation: Yachimmovich)
Duration: 15 hours and 58 minutes
No. of pages in black print: 469
Place and year of publishing: Belgrade, 2011.
About the book:
Russian Winter is an exciting story of art, love, and travel. The story brings us to the Stalin’s Russia of raw but magnificent beauty and unmatched art all through the contemporary Boston.
The heroine of the story is Nina Revskaya, a former prima ballerina of the Bolshoi. Daphne Kalotay tells emotionally witty and wise about the past of this prominent prima ballerina. Kalotay tells about her childhood, youth, about her senior years, as well as a mysterious jewellery which keeps many secrets. When Nina decides to sell her collection of jewellery, she believes that she has finally pulled the curtain on her past. However, the jewellery connects her with two people from the past, who will completely change her life.