Within the pages of Milad, an inspiring novel about a boy’s adventures with phoenician sailors from international author Nazam Anhar, sea-battles, spies, pirates, princesses and perilous journeys all abound.
Milad joins a fleet of Phoenician mariners in the service of King Solomon on an expedition to Ophir, deep in Africa. But before they reach their destination, the fleet is attacked by the notorious pirate Kallabos. So begins a dangerous adventure from the wilds of Africa to the tombs of Memphis.
But don’t just take our word for it!
Below are some reviews from teachers who have read Milad, from both primary and secondary schools…
“Milad delights, not just because it is an exciting and captivating read, but because it actually shows good triumphing over evil. It also explores some philisophical issues about human friendship, loyalty and duty. It can be discussed at so many levels, making it accessible to all readers, yet challenging the more astute to analyse the moral themes.”
Mrs Douglas, English teacher, Kineton High School, Warwickshire.