Francis Buhagiar’s Book Gets Featured by Times of Malta
Recently a Book Feature of Francis Buhagiar’s new book, An Unofficial Good Turn Society, has been published on 27th March 2022 by Times of Malta. The feature highlights how Francis’ characters form links of goodness in a chain of kindness together.
An Unofficial Good Turn Society focuses on the common implicit renaissance of humanity and goodwill of people towards each other as a society as an aftereffect of Covid-19. It’s a beautiful story of a girl who deems herself unfortunate. She meets numerous intriguing characters such as a lady in a beret at a subway, a diver of a coastal sea and a retired maestro from Lisbon. They all have poignant instances to relate, how they’ve been touched by the kindness of complete strangers recently. These characters aid her in averting a hovering accident. Read it to uplift your spirits and revitalize your beliefs of an unprecedented presence of goodness in society, even presently.
Francis Buhagiar studied Economics and History at the University College of London and has been traveling around the world ever since, pursuing his deep passion for scuba diving and surfing. He currently resides in Somerset with his family. Buhagiar has a Maltese origin and some of his story characters clearly draw inspiration from real-life acquaintances from his travel ventures.