Egyptian novels and religious and political studies at the Egyptian pavilion of the Amman International Book Fair - Press Photo Egyptian novels and religious and political studies at the Egyptian pavilion of the Amman International Book Fair - Press Photo

Egyptian novels top best-selling books at Amman Book Fair

Wed, Oct. 3, 2018
CAIRO – 3 October 2018: Several Egyptian novels as well as religious and political studies at the Egyptian pavilion of the Amman International Book Fair topped the best-selling books of the fair.

The best-selling Egyptian books at the Amman International Book Fair include "Barqash Talks: A Structure without Borders" by writer Abdullah al-Sanawi, “Granada Trilogy” by the late novelist Radwa Ashour, “Madaq Alley” and “The Harafish” by Naguib Mahfouz, Youssef Ziedan’s novel “Ghorbat Arab”, and Sahar el-Mougy’s “Misk El-Tal (The Hill’s Musk).
Head of the General Egyptian Book Organization (GEBO) Haitham al-Haj Ali asserted that the Egyptian pavilion at Amman International Book Fair has been greatly admired by the audience.
Egypt participated in the 18th edition of the Amman International Book Fair from Sept. 26 to Oct. 6, as a guest of honor.

The Jordanian Publishers Union (JPU) Chairman Fathi al-Biss had announced in his speech during the opening session of the 2017 fair on Oct. 5, 2017 that Egypt was selected as the guest of honor for the fair’s 18th edition.

In its 17th edition, the Amman International Book Fair, organized by the Jordanian Publishers Union (JPU) in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture, selected the United Arab Emirates as the guest of honor.
 
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