Mortal Designs

Mortal Designs Captain Murad is busy planning for the Afterlife He dreams of a grand sunlit mausoleum on the banks of the Nile To realize his pharaonic folly the retired captain kindles an unlikely romance between

  • Title: Mortal Designs
  • Author: Reem Bassiouney Melanie Magidow
  • ISBN: 9789774167140
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Paperback
  • Captain Murad is busy planning for the Afterlife.He dreams of a grand, sunlit mausoleum on the banks of the Nile.To realize his pharaonic folly, the retired captain kindles an unlikely romance between Hazem, a feckless architect longing for immortality, and Asma, an impoverished single mother who strives for a better life for her children As Murad s tomb rises on the riveCaptain Murad is busy planning for the Afterlife.He dreams of a grand, sunlit mausoleum on the banks of the Nile.To realize his pharaonic folly, the retired captain kindles an unlikely romance between Hazem, a feckless architect longing for immortality, and Asma, an impoverished single mother who strives for a better life for her children As Murad s tomb rises on the riverbank, so Hazem and Asma fall in love.A contemporary Egyptian romance of rare grace and wit, played out by characters trapped in their attitudes toward class and gender.

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    2. This book is very complex on many levels. The development of the characters is fascinating is that they change throughout the book and the reader's opinion of the characters changes. I would say that my favorite aspect of the book is the character development, they were alive to me and I found myself caring about them.The description of Egyptian culture and society gives a depth to the story that would not be possible by a non-native. The fact that the author was educated and lived in both Weste [...]

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