Excellent, in-depth review of a timely tale for all ages. A fantastic book whose story reveals our personal and environmental vulnerabilities! Well-deserved KUDOS to both of you — A.E. Curzon and Mungai and the Goa Constrictor! —Bette A. Stevens
- Woo Hoo! “Mungai” is the Main Feature This Week on The Bridge of Deaths Blog (ameliacurzonblogger.wordpress.com)
Originally posted on Mungai and the Goa Constrictor:
I have just received the most spectacular in-depth review for Mungai and the Goa Constrictor. My heartfelt thanks to the very erudite Jane Whiteoak for taking so much time to write this review. I hope many of you will find the time and the irrepressible urge to read it.
Select a place..any where in the world and you most probably have heard stories about a pair to be very wary of, like Mungai and the Goa Constrictor! Likely, you’ll have heard them directly, from the innocent victims left strewn aside in their wake. This is a story about nature, reforestation, gold mining, animals both two-legged and four-legged and the most nebulous kind of all… that of the cold and calculating… psychological nature.
Mungai, escapes from a zoo by literally biting the hand that feeds him, to obtain his freedom. Along the way he connects with a self-centered, narcissistic snake named…
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