Those endless mountains of love, which embrace the clouds from eternity, are the material place for the novel (Harat Al-Mushataqin) and the woman is the soul material for this literary work, while human relationships rich in their beautiful and sublime values that have taken from love the supreme value in existence despite poverty and life’s sufferings are the most prominent feature in the novel.
(The Missing Neighbors) The new novel of the writer Hussein Abdul Karim is not poetry, but you read poetry and spinning in all its joints, and despite the daring of the novelist in its meanings and images, he does not violate public modesty, but rather tries to deviate with his images to the maximum limits of love through innovative linguistic deviations that do not resemble others.
At the beginning of the novel, the narrator Nazem Muhanna makes an introduction entitled (The Spaces of Hussein Abdul Karim Al Rahba), in which he asserts that the novelist has a philosophical viewpoint on life and the most important element in it is the ecstasy of life through women and drink in a view that does not care about contemplation beyond things, but rather in their vitality, the body and love relationships when The novelist is based on friendliness, celebration and fun without complication.
The storyteller and novelist Hassan Hamid believes that everything in the novel begins with the woman and extends and ends with her because she is the one who draws the paths to the villages buzzing with dew in the morning and the bells of sunset in the evening, as the woman has her paths and also has her discovery and secrets. Her sacred secret.
The novel issued by the Syrian General Book Organization is located in 648 pages of large pieces. It is mentioned that Abdul Karim is a writer, novelist, poet and storyteller. Dozens of books have been issued to him from his story collections (The homeland is not like petty ones), and from his poetic works (because you resemble the poem) and from his novel (The Days of the Village of Beit Al-Saeed) ) and (the mill) and (the woodcutter in the women’s forest).