The Museum of Spirits
by Abdulwahab Ali-Rifaee
Saghira has just returned home from studying abroad in the United States and is eager to start the next chapter of her life as a college graduate. But before she can live on her own, she must move in with her estranged grandfather in the family home. In time, she just may just discover the origin of the wedge that was driven between her family and that things are not always as they appear.
The Museum of Spirits centers on the theme of family disputes and misunderstanding and touches upon the peace that can be found when we take the time to listen to one another, even when we disagree.
About the Author:
Abdulwahab Al-Rifaee is one of the most influential science fiction and thriller novelists in the Middle East, having published 18 bestsellers since 2001. Many of his novels have been adapted into short films and movies.
He is a member of the Board of Directors in the Kuwaiti Writers Association and is a founder of one of the most praised publishing companies in the Middle East, Nova Plus.
(2017, Paperback, 78 pages)