"Humphrey Bogart knew first hand that leaving Casablanca was not all that easy.
When you are young, inexperienced, and less fortunate, living in a shaky society, the odds of leaving are even greater.
The tale portrayed in this book tells the story of a young man born and raised in the slums of Casablanca. Through out the story, he interacts with other characters whose presence is a testimony, a reflective mirror, a living reminder to what scores of young men and women go through on a daily basis in a man-made jungle.
Like his peers, Saed had to deal with the reality of the Moroccan society imposed by a broken, corrupt system. He had to join the masses in their daily struggle. But he refused to meet a similar fate and decided to find a way out."