April 18, Initially, the cover image of a sad woman in her 20s with runny mascara staring diabolically into her own reflection seems to signal an engaging thriller, in which the numbers turn out to be a secret code to unravel a mystery or solve a crime. The semi-fictional Kira sees Nazly for the first time at Beit al-Omma. A romance starts as Kira begins recruiting potential activists for the Black Hand. A second love story emerges in a skillfully woven drama built around Warda, an Armenian beauty who fate throws into the hands of a prostitute-turned-madam called Bomba and a pimp called Salama, after her parents die from a respiratory infection known as the Spanish flu.
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The novel was translated into 3 languages by different publishing houses, in The novel won the Mediterranean award in from Italy. The story begins with the protagonist Taha who is living a normal boring life, and works as a medical representative at a pharmaceuticals company.
Until a mysterious murder occurs that changed his entire life. A year later, it was shortlisted for the Arabic Booker award in A story about a psychiatrist named Yehia who returns to his job in El-Abbaseya hospital after five years of drop-out to find that his college mate Sherif just arrived for mental and psychological evaluation for being accused of murdering his own wife.
Trying to help him, Yehia unravels mysteries he never thought existed in this world. Mourad was initially going to write it as a novel before he decided to make it as a theatrical film.
However, The film was published in June 25, across Egypt to a mixed critical reception from audiences and critics alike. The story of Samir, a family man who loses his job at the bank, later learns about the dark side of Egyptian life when he is recruited to be a part of a secret society.
Douhn Ahmed Mourad A second love story emerges in a skillfully woven drama built around Warda, an Armenian beauty who fate throws into ahmec hands of a prostitute-turned-madam called Bomba and a pimp called Salama, her parents die from a respiratory infection known as the Spanish flu. Mourad was initially going to write it as a novel before he decided to make it as a theatrical film. Only the brave, curious, and daring would walk down the road not-taken, and best-selling author Ahmed Mourad, we can safely say, has been all three. Then the novel was made into a TV show during the month of Ramadan of titled: You are going to come out of it questioning everything. This page was last edited on 6 Decemberat If you think that sexism is the only thought-provoking aspect of the novel, wait and read more! From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Egypt, Germany and the maintenance of the modern world.