Elisabeth, a young Scandinavian, emigrates to Scotland and sets out to qualify as
an architect. Her struggle to establish herself in a relentlessly male-
The Journey is the story of a young Moroccan, son of a single mother, dreaming of relationships, and trying to discover a way of supporting himself. Blocked by poverty and a moral code which does not distinguish between ignorance and innocence, he conceives a fatal dream of going to another country to make a better life.
It gives a picture of young manhood in Islamic society, of a kind we have also experienced
from Orhan Pamuk. Simple and deeply moving, it offers a valuable insight into a culture
both near and far from our own: at once innocent and neo-
Mohammed Benouarrek's first novel has a wonderful freshness interwoven with compelling reality.
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