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About the Author: Sabri Bebawi

The middle of five children, Sabri Bebawi was born in 1956 in the town of Fayoum, Egypt, where he attended law school at Cairo University He then left Egypt for the United Kingdom He was invited by Oxford University, where he spent some time, and never returned to Egypt A few years later, after living and working in England, Italy, France, and Cyprus, he took refuge in the country he loved most

12 thoughts on “Divine Comedy

  1. says:

    Divine Comedy by Sabri Bebawi is a short, but intense read The story is a stormy one told by the main character named Alexandre Akpors Alexander shares with the reader on an intimate level his life from the age thirty five to well into his late fifties.As a woman, I found this book hard to read, but I am very glad that I read to the end This book is for adults and I suggest you lay your own personal and world views aside, so you can read with an open mind I personally do not agree with the religious, political and economic views of Alexander, but my heart and mind listened to his story We all have a story to tell, ours is factual and this story, I will leave it up to you to determine.This is perhaps the most important quote that I can share from the book The divine comedy is life, and life is a divine comedy therefore, there is no ceasing I continued to look at every day s affairs as a form of divine comedy and to smile at all things, whether they were positive or negative I saw them merely as the divine comedy of human existence As the great Dante wrote, There is no greater sorrow than to be mindful of the happy time in misery I am relentlessly mindful I am continuously aware Again, as the great Charles Dickens wrote in his masterpiece A Tale of Two Cities, It was the best of times it was the worst of times All is just the same except our mindfulness of the happy time when desolation strikes I, Alexandre Akpors, have been here and there, at times stretching the fine line between fiction and reality and at other times jumping the line altogether I have done this so often that I normally have no idea which side I am living on fiction or nonfiction My assessment of the character He is self indulged primarily due to his life experiences and has a narrow view of how others live and think I have not walked in his shoes, but the very fact that he uses the word Divine over and over gives me hope that through it all, he will come to the truth when he finds himself at the end of his life s journey.About the author Sabri George Bebawi was born in Egypt in 1956 He is well educated, an avid reader and is a professor of English He has acquired training in journalism, teachers training, and educational technology His first novel, God on Trial, has won many awards, including a British literary award in 2015 This is an important quote about the author, Bebawi waits for that certain to come day when all religions, conformity, capitalism, republicanism, and inhumanity are eradicated He wishes America well, though it appears to him that it is a little too late evil forces have possessed America, and no one knows how I reiterate, I do not agree with the character s views, but I am happy that I read Divine Comedy all the way to the end I came away with a profound sense of gratitude for the blessings in my own life I have to admit that my emotions were all over the place as I read Alexandre Akpors story Personally, I conclude that this story is told with brutal honesty Fact or Fiction, I will leave it up to you to decide.I, Theodocia McLean endorse Divine Comedy by Sabri Bebawi as a personal tragedy which the character refers to as Divine Comedy I give this book 5 stars because the character Alexandre Akpors is brutally honest If you are reading this, it is because you live in a country that affords you the freedom to do so Freedom must be protected at all cost I purchased this book from Kindle and this review was completed on October 8, 2017.Kindlehttps www. Divine Comedy

  2. says:

    I ve won this book from giveaways and I would like to thank the author for giving me the chance to read his work.Divine Comedy is a short read yet it has a truly unique way of storytelling It is a book about a man s real story From the point of view of a reader, it does felt like an autobiography narrating Alexandre s life The challenges that he went through was too much for a real person to bear which comes to the point that you would start to question, is this for real or not I believe this is what the author wants to convey to the reader, as the Chinese saying goes, life is like a theater, the line between fiction and reality is blurry Sometimes what you go through you ve felt like hey, doesn t this sound like the movies or at times when you watched a movie you felt like hey, this happened to me before.And this is what I perceived from reading this book, indeed life is like a divine comedy, there are tragic episodes but finally you would have stand through it all, looked back and smiled at what you have endured and emerged as the champion of life.On a side note I wish the book cover could be better to reflect the book s theme.

  3. says:

    This is a self biography of Sabri s illness and his positive attitude It is a really great read enjoy his life experiences.

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