Gerald Drißner writes books on Arabic language and grammar. Besides, he is a travel writer.
Gerald has studied Arabic exclusively in Arab countries. That is why he explains Arabic and Islam from the Arab perspective, thereby filling the gaps between the Western and Arab approaches.
His books on Arabic grammar were recommended by King’s College London.
In his books, Gerald has developed a new style of travel writing. He calls it travel realism.
The author avoids being the main character and does not set out on a self-discovery journey. He is a close observer. Gerald writes about things that cannot be found on the internet and explains why things work differently as we used to know.