• Le monde selon Fawad

    Andrea Busfield

    Curieux, vif et intelligent, Fawad, onze ans, porte sur le monde un regard critique et amusé. Son père et son frère ont été tués pendant la guerre, et il vit à Kaboul avec sa mère qui se bat pour subvenir à leurs besoins. Tout change lorsque celle-ci trouve un emploi chez des expatriés qui acceptent de les loger. Fawad découvre alors tout le confort moderne et le comportement étrange des Occidentaux en observant ses hôtes, une joyeuse petite bande aux moeurs étranges. Surtout, il se lie d'amitié avec Georgie, une Anglaise éblouissante qui travaille dans une ONG et qui vit une dangereuse histoire d'amour avec un chef de guerre afghan. Une année au rythme de deux cultures, entre l'ombre des taliban et un cocon protecteur.

  • THE ISLAND IS DIVIDED, BUT ONE MAN'S LOVE WILL NEVER BE COMPROMISED...

    Cyprus, 1955 - a guerrilla war is raging and four Greek brothers are growing up to the familiar sounds of exploding bombs and sniper fire.

    Determined to avenge the death of his elder brother and to win the heart of his beloved Praxi, young Loukis joins a cell of schoolboy terrorists operating in the mountains. But when his cohorts blow themselves up in a freak accident, he returns home in shock, yearning for the warm embrace of his family - and of his sweetheart.

    But his adored Praxi is now married to someone else, and playing at her feet is a young toddler...

  • The Taliban have disappeared from Kabul's streets, but the long shadows of their brutal regime remain. In his short life eleven-year-old Fawad has known more grief than most: his father and brother have been killed, his sister has been abducted, and Fawad and his mother, Mariya, must rely on the charity of family to eke out a hand-to-mouth existence.
    Then Mariya finds a position as housekeeper for a charismatic western woman, Georgie, and Fawad dares to hope for an end to their struggle. He soon discovers that his beloved Georgie is caught up in a dangerous love affair with the powerful Afghan warlord Haji Khan, a legendary name on the streets of Kabul. At first resentful of Haji Khan's presence, Fawad learns that love can move a man to act in surprising ways, and an overwhelming act of generosity persuades him of the warlord's good intentions.
    But even a man as influential as Haji Khan can't protect Fawad from the next tragedy to blight his young life, a tragedy so devastating that it threatens to destroy the one thing Fawad thought he could never lose: his love for his country

  • Anglais Aphrodite's War

    Andrea Busfield

    It's Cyprus, 1955 - a guerrilla war is raging and four Greek brothers are growing up to the familiar sounds of exploding bombs and sniper fire. Determined to avenge the death of his elder brother and to win the heart of his beloved Praxi, young Loukis joins a cell of schoolboy terrorists operating in the mountains.

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