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Malak: Desert Child2,00 €Añadir al carrito
Malak: Desert Child is the second book in the continuing story of Masuhun (Moon) and his friends, and deals with how they tried to help Malak, a pupil at the local school, and her family, and finished up being pursued by desert armies in the Sahara desert. Malak is a stunning evocation of North Africa and its encounter with Western civilisation seen through the relationship between Pete, fleeing to Morocco to escape his mental demons by seeking solace in a pre-modern world, and a family who in escaping from their violent, drunken father to the Algerian Sahara, experience other problems and persecution.
338 pages English/Español 5 x 0.77 x 8 inches 979-8649620659 29 May, 2020 Looking for paperback version? Check out on
The Boy Who Sailed To Spain2,00 €Añadir al carrito
The gripping story of a young man´s unswerving belief in himself and what he stands for. When his father is assaulted and beaten to within inches of his life, Moon sails his tiny catamaran into the face of a storm to carry out his enigmatic last wishes and find a mysterious person. A searing indictment of today’s Western World as seen through the eyes of a fifteen-year-old boy travelling alone in the Spain of 2015, on a life or death mission. His dreams and the people he has met along the road slowly start to show him that faith does move mountains.
113 pages English/Español 12.7 x 0.66 x 20.32 cm 978-1517701062 December 24, 2015 Looking for paperback version? Check out on
Mano PO: His First Short Stories2,00 €Añadir al carrito
His first collection of short stories, some whimsical, some amusing, and others dire. The author writes to communicate, with whom it has not yet become clear, but what is evident is that in this world of today, there must be many people also possessing this man´s unswerving allegiance to good manners, traditional values, and the notion that our right to be ourselves, free and individual, is unchallengeable, unassailable, and God-given. This book has been written for you.
198 pages English/Español 12.7 x 1.14 x 20.32 cm 979-8645932091 May 19, 2020 Looking for paperback version? Check out on