FREE eBOOK Kash Kidnapped

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FREE PhotoJournalistic eBOOK

FULL EDITION IN ENGLISH & ITALIAN:

en KASH KIDNAPPED a Revealing Journey to Afghanistan

it Afghanistan Camera Oscura 

Full edition available for FREE 

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KASH KIDNAPPED, a revealing journey to Afghanistan,  is a detailed account of Kash’s 23 days of imprisonment in Helmand – his brief conversations with kidnappers, his thoughts, his emotions and his liberation – while also acts as a revealing portrait of Afghanistan and its people.

The author, after a long period of reflection – and of silence – tells for the first time the entire story of his kidnapping, recounting not only his captivity but also the key moments that preceded his capture and that, according to Torsello, reveal the motives and the people behind his kidnapping.

Charting from 2001, when the young journalist regularly visited the Taliban’s head quarters, to 2006 when he was transported for eight hours in the boot of a car, hooded and chained, and finally to his release to a man from the NGO Emergency.

The book contains never before published photos that Gabriele managed to save before his kidnapping. He was the first journalist to visit and photograph the ghost town Musa Qala, images later seized by his kidnappers – in the book the town is instead visualized through words.

KASH KIDNAPPED  provides a revealing and fascinating portrait of Afghanistanthrough a series of travel notes and encounters by an Italian man dressed, but not disguised, as a local. Gabriele travels deep through Afghanistan, identifying the historical and cultural differences, and the similarities, between Western and Middle Eastern culture – while discovering much about himself too.

Afghanistan CameraOscura, di Gabriele Torsello, è un libro-verità in cui il fotogiornalista salentino racconta il suo Afghanistan, alternando  l’uso del linguaggio visivo a quello testuale.
Scritto ed edito dallo stesso Torsello, il libro lascia trasparire in maniera evidente, e fin dalle prime battute, la ferma intenzione del fotogiornalista di attenersi esclusivamente ai fatti. Con linguaggio asciutto e per quanto possibile distaccato, l’autore evita di scivolare in valutazioni critiche sia sugli avvenimenti cui ha assistito, sia sulle gravi circostanze in cui è rimasto coinvolto in prima persona.

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