The Rabid Readers Review ‘Maljie, the episodic memoirs of a lady’ by Jim Webster

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The Rabid Readers Review Maljie, the episodic memoirs of a lady by Jim Webster

Where to start with this review? First of all a health warning. Do not read this book when drinking coffee/beer/WHY.  Neither is it a great notion to read somewhere sudden bursts of laughter could be seen as inappropriate.

I must confess upfront to being a fan of Jim Webster’s writing as he has a talent for making the most wildly inconsequential of observations seem matter of fact and perfectly believable. Any of the tales he weaves around the imaginary but utterly believable city of a port Nain are going to be chuckle worthy at the very least.

Therefore I approached the chronicles of Maljie’s varied and exotic life with great expectation.

I wasn’t disappointed.

In fact, there were places where I actually howled with laughter.

Our heroine veers from situation to situation – rarely finishing…

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5 thoughts on “The Rabid Readers Review ‘Maljie, the episodic memoirs of a lady’ by Jim Webster

  1. M T McGuire March 31, 2020 at 4:54 pm Reply

    Nice one.

    • jwebster2 March 31, 2020 at 5:02 pm Reply

      I am, as they say, ‘well chuffed’ 🙂

  2. Doug Jacquier April 1, 2020 at 5:38 am Reply

    Just bought a copy. Every little micro-penny helps, doesn’t it?

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