Sea Changes


By Derek Turner, Published in 2012



In Sea Changes, one man’s understandable decision to get out of a Middle East hellhole leads to consequences unimaginable to a poor, simple Iraqi. Chapters alternate between detailing Ibraham’s complex and dangerous trek from post-war Iraq to the British coast, and the increasingly hysterical moral panic that will erupt after things go fatally wrong and Ibraham alone washes up on shore to be dubbed “The Miracle Migrant.” The two strands meet just after the book’s midpoint, and soon a drunken diversity theorist will be smashing windows and graffiti-ing rural cottages, an automotive journalist will be mistakenly curb-stomped by anti-fas, and politicians of the Left and the (respectable) Right will join hands to end democracy.

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