The Girls from Alexandria (Paperback)
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The Girls from Alexandria (Paperback)

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Paperback 368 Pages / Published: 29/04/2021
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Publisher: Agora Books
ISBN: 9781913099701
Number of pages: 368
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 26 mm

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“This is highly recommended”

A fascinating, complex and engrossing read that kept me hooked.
The author delivers a story with a dual time line, now and the 20th century Alexandria, an unreliable narrator who can't remember some parts of her... More

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“Intriguing Read!”

The Girls from Alexandria follows Nadia who is currently stuck in a hospital bed in London, desperately trying to find her sister who was last seen 50 years ago in Egypt. I was in two minds about how to review this... More

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“A book about family and heritage ...”

I have to say first and foremost, that. I love the cover of this book. Our main character Nadia, is a 70 year old lady, stuck in hospital and struggling with a failing memory. One thing she can remember is that she... More

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