(B&W, 106pp, Illustrated)
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MUSINGS AND MUTTERINGS OF A MALTESE MISANTHROPE
By Rupert Grech
- Thoroughly enjoyable. All these stories evoke real life situations. A great read - Kath Compton, Public Service Medal recipient.
- Love these stories. They always make me laugh - Louise Taylor, director of Preschool Education.
- Loved the stories. They capture that quirky Maltese sense of humor and occasion, which is amusing and entertaining. Anyone with Maltese parents will instantly connect with the anecdotes captured in this book - Stevon Orlando, artist, education executive.
- Very entertaining stories. They have a bit of everything in them: history, comedy, love, families. A very pleasant read - Sandra McManus, avid reader.
Musings and Mutterings of a Maltese Misanthrope is an illustrated anthology of 13 short stories in the Melitensia genre by Rupert Grech. The humorous illustrations in the book are also the work of the author. Provoking heartfelt laughter with satire like George Washingmachine, Procedures Rule, Okay!, Crap Day, Big Weekend; The (re)Gifted Ones, or moving reminiscences with A Girl Called Jo, Music and Nostalgia; Rugby League and the Lido Shuffle, and A Cafe, Hank Williams and a Pretty Girl among others, this book effectively captures the unique Maltese sense of humor and appeals to resident Maltese and expatriates alike, as well as anyone wishing to understand more about Malta and its people.