Exploring themes of life and death, friendship and family, perception, societal norms and the environment, 'Menagerie of False Truths' promises to be the most compelling book you'll read this year. Author Greg French draws on his passion for nature, his love of story-telling and a family history that was both dysfunctional and formative due to his growing up with autistic siblings, the result is a delightfully quirky 'faction' read, which questions the nature of reality and human relationships.
Greg French currently lives on a large bush block near New Norfolk in Tasmania's Derwent Valley. His life is centred around wilderness activities, and he is well known in Australasian fly-fishing and bushwalking circles. In addition to natural history, Greg's other passions include language, literature, travel, physics and philosophy. He has written several books, including the much-loved Frog Call, and contributes regular articles and columns to various magazines, including FlyLife.