Talanted author Ahmed Murad takes readers all the way back to a time when Egypt was up to its brims in political turbulences, religious debates and ethical dilemmas. Between the archives of “El-Wafd” political party leader Saad Zaghlool, underground movements in covert cafes and a time where prostitution was at its prime, emerges a dialogue so intriguing you could almost here it. A bountiful narration of pain and dedication, 1919 is bound to have you hooked from cover to cover.

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