Two Lost Souls
A middle-aged Iraqi man is intent on leaving the United States to escape the difficulties of living as a foreigner in the aftermath of the events of September 11th. He meets a beautiful, young American woman in dire need of help and decides to lend her a helping hand. This act of kindness leads to an extraordinary and unique love that transforms their lives. More
"I emphasize that the novel...is truly distinguished in its ability to raise questions about topics not tackled by others."
-Yassin al-Nasir, Al-Adab magazine
"It's an elegy that mourns our desperate time, the time of vicious globalization, whispering and expressing through poetic language our wounds and exile from the Third World to the capitalist West."
-Ahmad Mohammad Amin, novelist and critic, Al Alnahar Newspaper
"It's a dramatic and realistic documentation of the state of bitter expulsion from which Iraqi exiles suffer, particularly intellectuals and the politically conscious among them who came to Chicago, the Western city with deeply-rooted, distinctive cultural traditions."
-Dr. ASsa Mohammad Ali, Azzaman newspaper