New Novel Follows Immigrant Who was Tricked into Terrorism by Fellow Countrymen

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Adnan Farzat announces publication of latest title, ‘Under the Coat’

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Adnan Farzat explores the human tragedy of exploited immigrants fleeing wars, hunger and injustice through the tale of one woman, Naziha, as told to Maysara in his new novel, “Under the Coat: A Novel” (published by iUniverse).

Born in Morocco, Naziha falls prey to a terrorist group consisting of her former countrymen in her new home of Spain. They turn her dream into hell. Her life is able to change after meeting Maysara in a Spanish café one day. Helping Naziha with a taxi ride when she needs it, Maysara hears Naziha’s life’s story.

Farzat writes to warn those about the dangers of migration, “I want to tell them when you migrate to a western country that you do not think you will easily achieve your dreams, and you should not be exploited, especially by terrorist groups or those who trade with your bodies.”

The book is available for purchase at:

“Under the Coat”
By Adnan Farzat
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 124 pages | ISBN 9781532067730
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 124 pages | ISBN 9781532067747
E-Book | 124 pages | ISBN 9781532067754
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Syrian journalist and novelist Adnan Farzat also has intellectual interested in the dialogue among civilizations. He was the chief editor of the Syrian newspaper Al Doumari which was the first independent newspaper that was banned after 40 years. In addition, he worked as a secretary of edition of Al Bayan magazine that is published by the writers’ union he worked at radio and television in the preparation of cultural programs as well, which got several golden awards. He has published several novels including: “Embers of Spites,” “The Head of The Big Man” “The President Was my Friend,” “A Silver Crown of Your Heart” and “One Week of Love.”

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