Highlights Essential reading about the challenges of contemporary Arab life in France
First Arabic release of a bestselling novel that has already been translated into more than 25 languages
The residential Paradise projects are only a few Metro stops from central Paris, but it’s a different world
Doria’s father, the Beard, has headed back to Morocco, leaving Doria and her mother to cope. It seems that mektoub – their fate – has it in for them them but Doria will prove that the ‘projects’ are about more than rap, soccer and religious tension.
Faïza Guène Faïza Guène was born in France in 1985 to Algerian parents. First published in French in 2004 when Guène was only 19 years old, Kiffe kiffe demain has since sold 360,000 copies in French and has been translated into more than 25 languages. Faïza Guène has also published Du rêve pour les oufs and Les gens du Balto.