The novel revolves around “Asmaa”, a widowed peasant woman, who refuses to surrender to her harsh reality … and desires to provide her children with the best opportunities possible; she spares no efforts in making her dreams come true … the brilliant engineer, “Hazem”, who represents knowledge and power … and the sea captain who embodies fortune and status and writes stories and poems as if he weaves history from cobweb.
The novel will indeed confuse you, you will wonder if it is about the struggle of classes, the struggle of life, or the hope that evades us each time we approach it, turning into thin vapor beyond our reach, or the secrets that haunts the underworld of graves, or the book of dead in which we inscribe our fates, or is it the submission to little things that lead us to marvelous destinations? Indeed it is a perplexing read.
The summer has started, and the beach is ready and yearns for the laughter of its friends, the children. The small wave, the sand, the seagull bird and the fish searched for their friend Marwa, whom they meet at the same time every year. The wind flew all over searching for her; it found her sitting at the beach with her eyes glued to the cellphone in her hands, her fingers hovering on its buttons, and her ears, deaf to the squeaks of the seagull, fully immersed in its recorded tunes.
Summary: Katniss Everdeen, girl on fire, has survived. But her home has been destroyed. There are rebels. There are new leaders. A revolution is unfolding. . . . The final book in the international bestselling Hunger Games series is soon to be a feature film. Here is the original novel with exciting new movie artwork on the cover!
A collection of stories whose themes are simple, creative and spontaneous.
Throughout “Moments” the author attempts to present an array of moments that each human, man or woman, is destined to witness.
From the moment of birth to that of death a full live is experienced; and what is life but a group of moments related to specific incidents?
The author displays moments that could be mild or intense, but definitely with an everlasting impact on one’s psychological and societal being and an everlasting effect on the present and the future.
The great Egyptian archaeologist, Zahi Hawass, takes us in a tour through memories. The journey does not stop at a specific age, or a particular monument; rather it roams through Pharaonic, Islamic, Christian, Byzantine monuments, among other civilizations. It visits several places, capitals and Arab countries (including Jerusalem and Iraq). You will simply be amazed; you will get to learn a number of secrets and facts the author discloses for the first time.
The book presents a number of female icons that had a substantial share of motherhood for the noble Prophet, peace be upon him, in a direct or an indirect manner. He depicts the life of six main figures, namely: Amena bint Wahb, Barakaum Ayman, Halima Al-SaÕdeyya and her daughter Shaymaa, Al Shefaa um Abdul Rahman ibn Awf and Thawbeyya, highlighting the role of each in the life of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him.
Summary: I love my comfy, cozy house, so when Grandfather William announced that I had to sell it to help support The Rodent’s Gazette, I was very upset! But I’ll do anything to help my newspaper. That’s how I ended up on a wild, desperate house hunt, all over New Mouse City. Could I find a new home in time?