The Wandering Waves, Memoirs of an Afghan Cartoonist, is a interesting , detailed novel and wonderful collection of art. It interests a wide range of adult groups. In this historic novel, Mr.Sattar Saberi has mentioned the political and social imbalances and the distress of his Afghan countrymen after the cold war. It dramatically draws ones attention to the sentimental kindness of Afghan people and their pain during the time of civil war between Afghan Mujahdin. He left his country in 1993 and immigrated to the neighboring country Iran where he soon adapted to the new environment. Faith brings a well known Iranian painter into the author’s life. Their common in art opens a door to a friendship and love affair for the two artists. The innocence, honesty and self confidence of Sattar attracts her to him more and more. In 1995, Sattar set out to Afghanistan, and took a job working for the National Television as a cartoonist until September1996 when the Taliban And al-Qaida occupied Kabul and he encounterd unexpected events as well as many crimes. He expresses both these events and crimes in his book with an accurate and artistic view. The author is later made to leave his country once again, but this time he flees the Taliban and thier opressive rule. In this section , the author expresses the hardship of a cartoonist and lead the reader through the unimaginable catastrophe the refugees still endure within Afghanistan’s borders.