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By: Roy Delfon

Do you speak Aragreelish?

Pages: 350 Ratings: 5.0
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A tycoon from Saudi Arabia, a man in the body of a boy with ambitions only he can understand – an eagle flying towards an endless horizon and watching the world from above – is in search of a blurry vision of a dream he cannot define.

An architect born in Lebanon from a French father and Brazilian mother, a boy in the body of a man, wise like an old owl but with no dreams, lost between the different cultures, with no country nor specific dream.

The two men meet and stay together for years. They consider themselves the pieces of a two-piece puzzle that can never be joined. Traditions keep them apart.

In a mysterious relationship, the Saudi Sheikh cleverly uses the ethics of the architect in an attempt to keep the other beside him forever. The journey they have together evolves around the world, leads to adventures full of love, passion and fear, and reveals the strange personalities of the heroes.

The author was born in Lebanon, where he completed his first studies in mathematics and physics, before studying architecture in France. Greece, Greek architecture, and Greek music fascinated him enough to keep him in the country of Zeus for years, near the warm blue shores of the south, and the cold green north.

A period of anxiety brought him to Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Morocco, Sudan, Turkey, India, and many other countries. The mosaic of geographical knowledge, the many languages he spoke, and a natural tendency for writing, made him an author with a unique and fascinating way of writing.

Customer Reviews
3 reviews
3 reviews
  • Mary Z (Greece)

    A mesmerizingly trip through the eyes of an incredible man. An eloquent and expressive scripture that travels you through different cultures using a mélange of emotion, love, fun, and adventure.
    A quick plot which not allow you to take a break from reading.
    So cute and enjoyable in the beginning, yet such an emotionally unexpected end.
    It’s worth every page.

  • Jacob Makdissi

    This book is great you should definitely buy it I really enjoyed it and I think that it’s perfect for English Arabic and Greek speakers and really anyone picks it up today.

  • Ioli Daniel

    It’s amazing. I was crying and laughing the same time

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