In Arabian Nights: In Search of Morocco Through Its Stories and Storytellers
Shortly after the 2005 London bombings, Tahir Shah was thrown into a Pakistani prison on suspicion of spying for Al-Qaeda. What sustained him during his terrifying, weeks-long ordeal were the stories his father told him as a child in Morocco.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ursula - LibraryThing
There was a lot to like in this book. Shah describes Morocco vividly, so that you get a feel for the way of life as well as the scenery. The stories cropping up within his own story are often ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - JohnLundy - LibraryThing
This travel book/memoir picks up where "The Caliph's House" left off, with the author and his family living in a mysterious, exotic home in Casablanca. Technically, it starts in a prison in Pakistan ... Read full review