The Witches’ Resort

Publishing House: Al-Saqi

Publication Year: 2015

Genre: Novel

Number of Pages: 175

“The Witches’ Resort,” a compelling novel written by Amir Tag Elsir, introduces Ababa Tsfay, a striking beauty who disembarks from a bus arriving from the Eritrean border, seeking refuge from the ravages of war in her homeland. Unfortunately, fate leads her to the wrong place, rendering her friendless, penniless, and without a sanctuary. On the other side of this narrative is Abdel Quyum Dalil Jum’a, a seasoned thief navigating the harsh streets of the city. Upon noticing Ababa, he takes it upon himself to become her protector, and his burgeoning love for her becomes a transformative force in his life.

As Ababa and Abdel’s lives become intertwined, the narrative unfolds into a tale of unexpected connections and the redemptive power of love in the most unlikely circumstances. However, the story hints at the capricious nature of fate, suggesting that their journey is destined to be fraught with challenges and twists beyond their control.

In “The Witches’ Resort,” crafted by Amir Tag Elsir, the reader is drawn into the poignant dynamics of Ababa and Abdel’s relationship, witnessing the profound impact of their connection on both characters. The novel invites contemplation on the unpredictable nature of destiny and the transformative potential of love, even in the midst of adversity.

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