Third Lion Publishing, 18.07.2019 - 256 Seiten
"A delightfully simple, yet awe inspiring fable" - Roxana Nastase Chief Editor of the Scarlet Leaf Review
"Photographer William Abney seems a quiet soul; rootless - like so many - at the end of the Great War. Embarking on a mysterious quest in Morocco he is soon drawn into a colorful and disturbing world. Joining a desert caravan William slowly becomes aware of the intrigue and violence all around him. The author's travel experiences shine through - De Collibus has clearly enjoyed crafting every dangerous step of William's Saharan journey." -- Lucy Adlington, author of The Red Ribbon.
"Caravan is an absorbing story that keeps you enthralled with every turn of the page. Adam DeCollibus takes readers on an intriguing journey of one man's persistent quest for self-discovery." -- Natasha Ganes, Cofounding Editor of TreeHouse Arts Magazine
"A bewitching tale of one man's struggle to find his place in the world." -- Paragon Journal
"Few contemporary writers conjure up atmosphere and adventure as well as De Collibus has in this fascinating history" --Tessa Arlen, Author of The Lady Montfort Mystery series
"A book that stole my breath, defied my expectations, and was impossible to put down." -- Minute Magazine
"Caravan, is a standard setting masterpiece." -- Wagon Magazine