How does one convince a 14-year-old to escape from his home country on his own, and face the challenge of smuggling himself all the way to Europe? What drives a child to such a dramatic decision, and what are the consequences that can come with it? In my autobiography "The Life of Momo" you will be able to read about my long and arduous journey alone from my home country Syria to Sweden in 2015, and the exciting events that took place during the 11 days of the trip. The reader will gain insight into my development that I have undergone as a person in recent years. During the journey through 10 different countries, I had to face a lot of obstacles. For example, fleeing from police agencies, negotiating with human smugglers, and risking my life at sea across the Mediterranean in a small inflatable boat with more than twice the number of passengers that it was intended for.