Afghanistan: a novel
The glitter of downtown Manhattan gives place to the uncertainties of contemporary Europe when a young man must come to terms with the "Great Adventure of His Life" in this beautifully crafted, ironically amusing novel that marks the debut of a highly gifted and original writer.
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