'We need books like this' Literary Review
'Western Europe became a multiethnic society in a fit of absence of mind.'
Taking us from English suburbs to Parisian housing estates, this provocative, unflinching and engrossing book tackles uncomfortable questions about immigration and Islam head-on, and asks: why can't we face the truth?
Christopher Caldwell is a columnist for the Financial Times, a contributing writer for The New York Times and a senior editor at the Weekly Standard. He lives in Washington, DC and travels regularly across Europe. He has been described by Matthew d'Ancona as 'one of the best journalists in the world' and has been reporting on the politics and culture of Islam in Europe for more than a decade.