Shallow Graves in Siberia

  • by Michael Krupa
  • Narrated by Branko Tomovic
  • 6 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

This is Michael Krupa’s story of how in 1939 he escaped the German invasion of Poland only to be captured by the Red Army, accused of espionage, and interrogated in the notorious Lubianka prison. He was then sent to the infamous Pechora Gulag, where most inmates died of overwork and starvation within a year. Amazingly, Kupra then escaped and made the gruelling journey from Siberia to Afghanistan.
This is a remarkable true story of survival and also gives a chilling insight into the brutality of Stalinist Russia. It reads like a thriller and is in the mould of Defiance, and Touching the Void in tales of human survival and endeavour against the odds.


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Native English Speaking Readers Only PLEASE

One of my pet peeves with audible is mushy unintelligible readers....

This garbling is compounded by using a non-native speaker of english
as many utterly weird pronunciations...absolute gibberish!

Don't bother with this book

What idiot makes these stupid decisions?
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- Jeffrey

Harrowing Story of Survival

This is a nearly incredible story of a young man who during WWII was caught up in the eerily irrational cruel world of the Stalin Gulag. The story tells of the terrible treatment of prisoners, and the tender heroism of those who helped the narrator escape. It???s a one of a kind memoir.

The Narrator adopts a very slight polish accent, but it does not intrude or distract from the reading of the book.
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- Curatina

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-24-2011
  • Publisher: Audible Studios