The Religion of My Mother
Moreover, places and faces have become strangers to him. Ghosts of a past that no longer exists, where chaos and madness reign.
Sometimes a picaresque novel, sometimes an inner monologue, Karim Akouche depicts a dark world, threatened by his own confluences; a fragmented nation crippled by its contradictions.
“Karim Akouche deals with individual and collective decay.”
“His words spring with the fastness and the strength of bullets, his sentences leave no one indifferent.”
Rights sold in Algeria and Canada.