Kabul Disco Book 2: How I Managed Not to Get Addicted to Opium in Afghanistan GN
Looks like Nicolas wasn’t done with Kabul after all. Unfulfilled by his old life in Paris, he returns to Afghanistan to resume work at the Zendagui agency. This time around, however, his job is even trickier than illustrating the Constitution. He has to convince Afghans that “Opium is Bad” in a time when no one wants to hear what expatriates have to say. With a charming sense of humor and a genuine love for Afghanistan, Nicolas Wild depicts a series of complicated events, transpiring in a complicated country.