An unforgettable novel,  made cruelly relevant by what has been taking place in Europe

Neal Ascherson, writer and journalist; The Death of Fronsac, Black Sea

A moving, intelligent story interrogating what it means to be a refugee

Julia Bell, senior lecturer creative writing; Radical Attention, The Dark Light

Poetic and beautifully rendered, it probes the boundaries between those who have and those who seek

Isabel Hilton, OBE, journalist and broadcaster; The Search for the Panchen Lama

A Mesopotamian epic of migration. It tells of human experience of dangerous crossings in search of hospitality

Fazil Moradi, Faculty of Humanities – University of Johannesburg

The Glass Wall

A novel

What would you do if you were stuck in a desert behind a monstrous glass wall, while on the other side no one could see or hear you?

The tale of a teenage refugee who must relive the pain of his past to enter an enchanting city waiting behind the glass wall. Will his story be convincing enough to guarantee his safety?

A story of struggle and persecution but abundant in hope, The Glass Wall is a clear-eyed, emotionally-honest account of displaced people – illustrating the true hardship that refugees experience. 

  • Release date: 16 November 2021
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 352
  • Price: £ 14.99
  • ISBN: 978-1-7399824-0-9

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