As Long As the Lemon Trees Grow:
A searing story of war, loss, family and love, of seeking grace in madness and hope in tragedy … An absolute must read. ― Sabaa Tahir, #1 NYT bestselling author of An Ember in the Ashes
Notable for its evocation of place and time, its rawness and its twist. ― The Times
As gorgeous as it is groundbreaking … This book is devastatingly beautiful. ― David Arnold, NYT bestselling author of Mosquitoland and The Electric Kingdom
Beautiful, powerful and ringing with emotion, it will stay with you long after you’ve finished reading. ― Katherine Woodfine, author of the Sinclair’s Mysteries and Taylor & Rose Secret Agents
About the Author
Zoulfa Katouh is a Canadian writer with Syrian roots. A trilingual pharmacist, currently pursuing a master’s in drug sciences, Zoulfa is the first Syrian author to be published in both the US and the UK in the young adult category. When she’s not talking to herself in the woodland forest, she’s drinking iced coffee, baking aesthetic cookies and cakes, and telling everyone who will listen about how BTS paved the way. A dream of hers is to get Kim Nam-joon to read one of her books. As Long As the Lemon Trees Grow is her debut novel.