Tangier, in the early 1990s: Young Moroccans gather regularly in a seafront cafe to gaze at the lights on the Spanish coast glimmering in the distance. Facing a future with few prospects in a country they feel has failed them, their disillusionment is matched only by their desire to reach this paradise - so close and yet so far, not least because of the treacherous waters separating the two countries and the frightening stories they hear of the fates of would-be illegal emigrants. A young man called Azel is intent upon ...

Leaving Tangier 2009, Penguin Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780143114659

Trade paperback

Leaving Tangier 2009, Arcadia Books, London

ISBN-13: 9781906413330

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