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10 thoughts on “ڤيرتيجو

  1. Fathy Fathy says:

    very ordinary story like all the common stories in our Egyptian Drama, it shows the hero of the story as a so freaking smart such that he can beat all his enemies and the enemies of the county who are, as usual, corrupted, frankly, nothing is new about this book that will urge me to read for the same writer again.beside, the way, the writer took the Muslims picture with, is the same way that we always see in our movies and series nowadays, he shed light only on the narrow minded people who belong to Islam and showed them in a very bad figure while at the same time shows the behaviour of the hero who is working in a night club and some of the people who are working there in a way that makes the reader feel pity for their conditions although it is clear for everyone that their work is wrong. the same message is transmitted over and over the same way in trial to change the Conservative Islamic culture of the people in this country.Although, the writer has a very good talent in drawing the sense but I did not like his thought which represents his ideology representing it as the normal way of thinking and any other ideology is somehow wrong.


  2. Jalilah Jalilah says:

    Because Political thrillers are not the kind of genre I usually read, I'm surprised I ended up liking this book as much as I did. The many different characters with long detailed histories was confusing and made it hard to get into, as well as the fact that there are almost all male characters, however once I got into the story it became quite compelling. This book is about corruption in Egypt, so of course is very relevant. The author actually worked for the former president Mubarak and has an insider view of what goes on with the rich and powerful in his country. It's also a story of the innocent little guy against the evil, powerful giant, the "giant" being the powerful businessmen, corrupt politicians and all those who associate with them including the famous entertainers. My main critique is the few and stereotypical female characters in the book. There is Ghada the "good girl", Aya the protagonists weak sister who marries a fundamentalist and Sally, the dancer who, no surprise here for anyone who is aware of the status of dancers in the Middle East, is a greedy, scheming prostitute. For people in the know she seems to be modelled after a real life dancer named Dina. Unfortunately Mourad's depiction is based on how society views professional dancers rather than actual facts, so it's disappointing on that level.All and all however it's an interesting read that I'd recommend to people interested in Egypt and its recent history.


  3. Sonya Serial Reader Sonya Serial Reader says:

    3.5/5 stars! Very enjoyable, real page turner, and very very fun! I loved it!


  4. Bobbi Bobbi says:

    Vertigo is a political book that plays on the corrupt power structures of egyptian society by placing them on figures that are slightly removed from a directly political environment. The novel follows the story of Achmed (I read the German version, so the names might be slightly different), who tries to make a societal difference. What this difference is becomes the main plot of the novel that might remind the readers of the Arab Spring movements. It’s a step towards a country no longer ruled by dictators. In the German translation, at least, the city feels foreign and the westernised city of Cairo is mixed with the still strongly Egyptian city that is shown in mini plots throughout the novel. These mini plots, as foreign as they feel, allow the reader to experience several sides of Egyptian society that may not otherwise be accessible like religious superstition with pictures, demons taking over people’s bodies, shisha cafes, marriage, shame and differences in gender/ romantic relationships. I read the book to better understand a culture I’m in contact with on a daily basis through friends and family, but have never experienced firsthand since the political situation is so unstable. Some of the plots that took place in the book were too cliche for me, or even the way women were courted was a little too foreign and made me feel uncomfortable. It’s hard to imagine a society where women are seen as weak, superstitious and dependant on everything — including calling a cab to go home. Overall, I don’t think I’ll read another book by this author, but it does open a lot of questions that I now have for Egypt and its future.


  5. Amro Osman Amro Osman says:

    Things I love: the characters are deep and profound, really well thought out. The setting of all the scenes is just amazing, i really connected with Ahmed and felt I was there at times.Things I hate: I can let the political innuendos by, other than that I can't find any real plot and a couple of writing cliches were present which really got on my nerves. Not to mention the lame puppy love storyOverall I'm impressed with the author's writing style, but not this specific book. I got than I expected so I'll be reading of his works in the future.3 out of 5will not re read


  6. Engi Amin Engi Amin says:

    Taking into consideration that Ahmed Mourad was actually Mubarak's personal photographer and had the guts back then to publish something like that is just epic. It's the kind of story that you just sink into.. So real to the extent that its reality condemns you.. Ahmed Mourad deserves kudos for having to put up with this dual life. One final note: the resemblance between the author and the protagonist was just cute (:


  7. Hesham Hesham says:

    it's alright :D. finished it in two days credits goes to the three hours company bus riding daily.


  8. John John says:

    unfortunately I read it after Torab El Mass which is way better than Vertigo.. but generally it's good.


  9. Nahlata Osman Nahlata Osman says:

    Not bad at all for a first novel. I think we can expect mature trials from this tallented writer in the near future. His writing style is kinda funny although it sometimes lacks structure. Unfortunaly, there are a lot of typos in the novel which should have been caught and corrected in revision.As for the content of the novel, I believe the characters are very real there are quite some characters you can totally relate to a real life person in a way that makes writers always claim that "ay tashaboh bain sha7'seyyat el rewaya wel waqe3 howa ma7d sodfa.. wel 7ede2 yefham" :)The end of the novel, although very well written and not rushed, turned out to be not very realistic and a bit childish I mean law heyya dih nehayet el fasad makansh 7add 3'olob : )))But overall its a respect worthy attempt to discuss some pretty complicated issues in a very human context.


  10. TK TK says:

    For a young Egyptian author, Ahmed Mourad has not disappointed with his debut novel. The novel opens with a decent plot and keeps one on the edge through to the end. There are several unconvincing stuffs here and there.Why do the politicians and the society big wigs likes to be photographed in a notorious bar which shall compromise their career? Why the Egyptian security police or the perpetrators couldn't nail the main protagonist Ahmed, but his associate Alla in spite of both Ahmed and Alla contacting each other on several occasions before the latter succumbed to death as expected?


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