BOOK REVIEW: Grandma’s Gangsta Chicken Curry and Gangsta Stories from My Hippie Sixties
By Azly Rahman, Penguin Books, 224 pages.
Reviewed by: Murray Hunter
Grandma’s gangsta chicken curry is a journey back to Azly Rahman’s time growing up in a Malay kampong in the 1960s and 70s. It’s a book of stories, poems, and narratives relating to times, people, events, and just the thoughts around some of his experiences during his adolescent years – which he has long since left behind for a…
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