‘A Map of Trengganu’ (AMoT) is the latest book written by Uncle Awang Goneng.
It is a sequel to the best seller, ‘Growing Up in Trengganu’ (GUiT).
The book is about the old days in Terengganu, the beautiful town and the people living there long before I was born.
It also talks about the old and historical buildings that had been demolished like the the mosque near my mother’s house and the rows of shop houses in Kedai Payang.
GUiT was launched at Alam Akademik or Kedai Pok Loh Yunang in Kuala Terengganu.
Anyway the building had been demolished.
My father picked up the books from the distributor this morning and had delivered some to the costumers who had placed their order.
Orders had came in even before the book reached KL.
There was an order from New York, USA too.
I do not really understand the book as it has lots of hard words but my big sister is so excited about it and cannot stop reading it.
She was smiling and laughing by herself while reading
I want to keep one copy and wait until I grow up a bit older to enjoy it as my big sister and my parents.
May be Uncle Awang Goneng should write a simpler edition with larger font for small kids like me
This book had just came in from Singapore and may not reach the bookstores in KL yet
Just now I sold a book to Uncle Wan Yusuf after the Friday prayer.
During the ‘Khalifah Dinner And Talk’, I helped to distrubute flyers.
I hope that I can help my father to sell a lot more copies of AMoT and that AMoT will be another best seller like GUiT
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A Map of Trengganu by Awang Goneng.
The sequel to Malaysian bestseller Growing Up in Trenaggnu looks at the terrain of Trengganu, the landmarks that are still standing and those that have fallen to rubble, the winds that bring chill and change to the inhabitants of his coastal town, and people who walked the streets and breathed the air that is laced with dried shrimps, the aroma of röjök, and salt coming in with the spray from the South China Sea.