The Land Beneath the Light

Cover Reveal for my latest novel,

The Land Beneath the Light

A Palestinian reimagining of Jane Eyre.’

Book Summary:

From her rural farmhouse at the bottom of the hilltop surrounded by the Occupation, Khadija’s life changes forever when the shadows descend causing destruction in her village.
In the wake of upheaval and ruin, Khadija draws upon her deeply rooted Palestinian heritage and stories to discover a life she’s always dreamed of.
A classic coming of age novel, The Land Beneath the Light explores the lived reality of those living under Occupation in Palestine.

Thank you to the team behind this:

To the talented & lovely @sarahnestiwillard who created the cover.

To the graphic designer for his expertise.

To @beacon_books for their support publishing a work that means so much to my Palestinian heritage and for this addition to the literary work surrounding it.

To all the future readers for your continued support.

Available to pre-order now via Beacon Books.

Published by Shereen Malherbe

Shereen Malherbe is a writer & author. Her novel, Jasmine Falling has been voted as one of the top 20 Best Books by Muslim women. Her second contemporary fiction novel, The Tower, was published by Beacon Books on April 2019. It is now used as academic set text in a US university. Her first children's book of her migrant children’s series, The Girl Who Slept Under The Moon is out now. The Girl Who Stitched the Stars is due out January 2022. Her upcoming Palestinian novel, The Land Beneath the Light is out soon.

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