The second novel from Khaled Hosseini tells the tragic story of two women fighting oppression in Afghanistan. A gripping and emotional read.
An Unexpected Light is a remarkable, poignant book about Afghanistan and a heartfelt reflection on the experience of travel itself.
This guide covers all the sights along the way across 13 countries and 6 time zones, with authoritative chapters on the Silk Road’s history and culture to put it all into context.
A detailed double-sided and fully indexed map of Afghanistan at a scale of 1:1,000,000. Includes inset maps of Kandahara and Kabul.
Travel the Silk Road with essential words and phrases for getting around and connecting with the people you meet. Covers Uyghur, Uzbek, Kyrgyz, Kazakh, Pashto, Tajik, and other languages.
This map is rich in detail and information and contains a map of Kabul city. It also covers places of interest, major and minor roads – down to partially surfaced roads and cart tracks.
Razia’s Ray of Hope is the story of one girl’s dream of getting an education and attending a new school in her village in Afghanistan. But her father and brother are against the idea. Can she persuade them that it is a good idea?
In 2002, journalist Asne Seierstad spent four months living with the bookseller Sultan Khan and his family in Kabul. Their voices come to life on the page as Seierstad carefully observes their daily routines.
This is a story of hope and resilience in Afghanistan, a country constantly under siege from within and without.
This massive bestseller about two boys in 1970s Afghanistan is a story of adolescence, betrayal and redemption set against a back drop of a country ripped apart by Taliban rule.
Rory Stewart’s moving account of his walk across Afghanistan in 2002 and his encounters with Afghans and his unique insight into the country.