Kendra Namednil
There are some authors that seem to sit in the same room with you as their words pour across your soul. This is one of those. From fondly remembered moments to withdrawn testaments, from tongue in cheek humor to flat our revelations, this is masterful.
Elena Stofle
This book in incredible, I read all the sample chapters in one sitting, I couldn't stop. I really think if I had the whole book I could read it all uninterrupted. Sergey is an incredible storyteller. Seriously recommend. 
Antonio Mailer
This is one extraordinary book. If you don't read this, then you are so not in the cool posse. If you read true stories a ton like me, or regardless of the possibility that you don't, begin now, with this one. Honestly, do it. I cracking cherished this.
Helen McKeon
Everything is Normal is a wonderfully rich and engaging social history that shares insights into the day-to-day life of a kid in Soviet Leningrad. Real history isn't written by the victors, it's written by social historians like Sergey Grechishkin.
Ferd Crôtte
A rare, first-hand glimpse into the lives of our Soviet brothers and sisters before the collapse of the USSR. I anticipate this to be a historical treasure!
Janna Grace
Fresh, crisp writing reveals a memoir of a world so many of us can't imagine, and need to. Check it
Peter Ryan
A beautifully bleak book and well worth supporting.
Susan K. Hamilton
Grechishkin's tale pulls you in right from the start, giving you a view into a totally different world. A very strong start and I look forward to more.
David Inglehart
A very engaging start to what promises to be a timely and richly textured account of the bygone Soviet era.
Elena Stofle
What a great premise. I can't wait to read the rest.