Malak: Desert Child (E-book)

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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

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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 civilization 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.

“Young adult novels do not always open the minds of readers, however,
Malak Daughter of the Desert is the exception to the rule and should not go unnoticed.”

– Timothy Arden.

Format

E-Book, Paperback

Print length

338 pages

Language

English and Spanish

ISBN-13

979-8649620659

Dimensions

5 x 0.77 x 8

Weight

12 ounces

Publication date

May 29, 2020

Publisher

Independently published

1 review for Malak: Desert Child (E-book)

  1. Neelu

    It was a wonderful journey experienced while reading Malak. It gave me another view of how life could be outside Europe where you can get almost everything easily, the book also shares human being values like justice and humanity between people no matter in which social category they are from.
    Malak is a real example of young children being brave to protect their family.
    I would encourage to read Malak to everyone at least once in life.

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