Author: Dušan Kostić (Pronunciation: Dooshan Kostich)
Book title: Gora Koštanova (Mount Koštanova; pronunciation: Koshtannova)
Narrator: Dejan Đonović (pronunciation: Deyan Jonovich)
Duration: 5 hours and 33 minutes
No. of pages in black print: 151
Publisher: Institute for Textbooks and Teaching Aids
Place and year of publishing: Podgorica (pronunciation: Podgoritsa), 2003.
About the book:
Mount Koštanova is a tale of boyhood years spent in Petch between two world wars. This novel is an image of childhood of a group of boys. One of them is Shqiptar, Esad (pronunciation: Ehsad), and three are Serbs: Vuk, Leka (pronunciation: Lekka), Laban (pronunciation: Labbahn) and Šoćko (pronunciation: Sochko). The boys live peacefully and unanimously until a new mayor – rigid, cunning and greedy Lazar – comes to their town, and his son – arrogant, spoiled boy Draško – comes to their company.