A Palestinian reimagining of Jane Eyre
Shereen Malherbe will be read more and more as the wind carries her original, powerful, enchanting stories where rarely is a novel just a novel.Yousef Khanfar, Guest Editor, World Literature Today-Palestine Voices
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.