Saleh Morsi, takes us on a sailing voyage between the unknown coasts of the human psyche, dives into its lanes to unveil its struggles. He yearns to discover the secrets of life and make sense of them; solely armed by the unwavering faith in Allah.
An adventure in the realms of the human self and the constant battles undertaken to know the truth, no matter how multi faced it might be.
Will the Sinbad of the land be able to reach his destination? What will he encounter in his journey?
Several strange events occur in the city of Juhayna with no explanation. Shoes over the trees, garbage bins placed in front of the doors of houses, strange drawings on the walls, some people see their furniture moving alone, dining tables placed in the middle of the streets of the city, and cars arranged in geometric shapes in the form of a crooked cross.
A rumor of a ghost making these things spread in the city, which can be easily believed according to the strange things that happen in the city of Juhayna. But at the end we discover who does this.
Along the events of the novel, we reach the cave of the monsters where the mysterious ghost lives and acquires miraculous skills due to his survival inside this cave for several years. We get to know who is behind the strange events that were constantly occurring in the previous parts.
Will Siraj be able to restore peace and solve the mystery, and return Juhayna under the power of the government?
The Journalist, Rami, seeks to meet Colonel Siraj to report a murder. When Colonel Siraj asks about the murdered man, Rami tells him that he himself is the dead man.
By going to the scene of the crime, Siraj discovers that the body is actually Rami’s body. Even the DNA analysis confirms that Rami, the one who reported the crime, is he himself Rami the murdered person.
Colonel Siraj then finds himself in front of a big mystery that drives him to an adventure filled with wonders in a southern Egyptian city called Juhayna.
The events and the adventures of the novel extend in three parts; The City of the Unknown, The Ghost of the City, and The Cave of the Monsters.
“If it weren’t for Allah’s messenger Muhammad, Peace be upon him, the Arabs would have remained an unknown people like the Eskimos or Zulus. If it weren’t
for the Holy Quran, the Arabic language would have been insignificant if not dead” Mariam Gamila; an American Orientalist.
Language is a great secret in people’s lives, a massive power, and an immortal manifestation of God’s supremacy.
In the beginning, there was the word, a word thatÕs capable of building up a nation or destroying a human being. A language signifies an identity and a persona; it is history and culture; the magic wand used to render politics its powers; a tool for deception and make believe.
In a war, language can be the deadliest weapon, undoubtedly it is the most lethal armament in media wars. If war involves trickery, then language is trickery’s cane.
Language is the axis of art’s suave force, for Drama is merely a group powered living art that’s based on an inspired text.
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In a deserted apartment in down town Cairo, some dilapidated papers were found in an envelope, elegantly written on it in French: “Life is not always rosy”.
Throughout these papers is the story of a poor little child who lived in Montmartre district in Paris, and later became one of the most famous artists in Paris and the richest ever. Her dream to travel to Egypt became a reality when she was selected among a convoy called by Khedive Ismail to take care of the beauty of his city to turn it into a replica of the French capital. The life story of this artist takes us in a journey through time introducing us to Cairo in the 19th century. It’s another Cairo other than the one we know nowadays- one that we never saw or heard about.