The Human Effect

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The Human Effect: A Novel, Apr 4, 2006 - Fiction - 250 pages
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Two rival architects, in love with the same woman, thrive for building the most artistic building of the century in Egypt, aspiring to match legendry masterpieces like the Sphinx & the Pyramids. Once they start designing, they are introduced to Cairo's horrifying mysteries: Alleys and monuments with secret engravings, buildings that are thought of being alive, cemeteries where the living and the dead sleep side by side, nightmares that show them clues to their journey, lost souls, and uncanny investor who calls himself Zypher and claims he is immortal; a chain of incidents that not only lead to unveiling the secrets and mystery of the historical city, but to exploring their true identities and their ancestors'.
 

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