Russendisko book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Wladimir Kaminer erzählt vom ganz normalen Blues und Alltag vor seiner. eBook Editions . Born in Moscow, Wladimir Kaminer emigrated to Berlin in the early '90s when he was Russian Disco is a Kaminer manages to say a great deal without seeming to say much at all. He speaks. Huge choice of free ebooks written by Wladimir Kaminer for your tablet - Book Hits. Download books by Wladimir Kaminer · Download Russendisko.
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Apr 15, Leo rated it it was amazing The book is difficult to evaluate, because it's more about Russians or post-Soviets, if you want , than about Berlin. To the ones who is familiar to both of them, the book has better chances to be liked. I liked a lot, although there's no a big plot line within the book. Highly recommended to all Russians who want to explore Berlin and to all Germans, who want to understand Russians. Jan 27, Rainer Berak rated it really liked it Nice and easy read if you like the mash of Russians in Berlin and how cultures clash in a relaxed way. Having lived in Poland, i.