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In this spellbinding novel, a young man journeys from California to Cairo to unravel centuries-old family secrets.

Joseph, a literature student at Berkeley, is the son of a Jewish mother and a Muslim father. One day, a mysterious package arrives on his doorstep, pulling him into a mesmerizing adventure to uncover the tangled history that binds the two sides of his family. For generations, the men of the al-Raqb family have served as watchmen of the storied Ibn Ezra Synagogue in Old Cairo, built at the site where the infant Moses was taken from the Nile. Joseph learns of his ancestor Ali, a Muslim orphan who nearly a thousand years earlier was entrusted as the first watchman of the synagogue and became enchanted by its legendary--perhaps magical--Ezra Scroll. The story of Joseph's family is entwined with that of the British twin sisters Agnes and Margaret, who in 1897 depart their hallowed Cambridge halls on a mission to rescue sacred texts that have begun to disappear from the synagogue.

The Last Watchman of Old Cairo is a moving page-turner of a novel from acclaimed storyteller Michael David Lukas. This tightly woven multigenerational tale illuminates the tensions that have torn communities apart and the unlikely forces--potent magic, forbidden love--that boldly attempt to bridge that divide.

Praise for The Last Watchman of Old Cairo

"A beautiful, richly textured novel, ambitious and delicately crafted, The Last Watchman of Old Cairo is both a coming-of-age story and a family history, a wide-ranging book about fathers and sons, religion, magic, love, and the essence of storytelling. This book is a joy."--Rabih Alameddine, author of the National Book Award finalist An Unnecessary Woman

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praise for the last watchman of old cairo

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the last watchman of old cairo is a moving page-turner of a novel from acclaimed storyteller michael david lukas. this tightly woven multigenerational tale illuminates the tensions that have torn communities apart and the unlikely forces--potent magic, forbidden love--that boldly attempt to bridge that divide.

praise for the last watchman of old cairo

"a beautiful, richly textured novel, ambitious and delicately crafted, the last watchman of old cairo is both a coming-of-age story and a family history, a wide-ranging book about fathers and sons, religion, magic, love, and the essence of storytelling. this book is a joy."--rabih alameddine, author of the national book award finalist an unnecessary woman
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praise for the last watchman of old cairo

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praise for the last watchman of old cairo

"a beautiful, richly textured novel, ambitious and delicately crafted, the last watchman of old cairo is both a coming-of-age story and a family history, a wide-ranging book about fathers and sons, religion, magic, love, and the essence of storytelling. this book is a joy."--rabih alameddine, author of the national book award finalist an unnecessary woman choose the option to save the file to your computer.

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the last watchman of old cairo is a moving page-turner of a novel from acclaimed storyteller michael david lukas. this tightly woven multigenerational tale illuminates the tensions that have torn communities apart and the unlikely forces--potent magic, forbidden love--that boldly attempt to bridge that divide.

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"a beautiful, richly textured novel, ambitious and delicately crafted, the last watchman of old cairo is both a coming-of-age story and a family history, a wide-ranging book about fathers and sons, religion, magic, love, and the essence of storytelling. this book is a joy."--rabih alameddine, author of the national book award finalist an unnecessary woman He will do anything to make in this spellbinding novel, a young man journeys from california to cairo to unravel centuries-old family secrets.

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the last watchman of old cairo is a moving page-turner of a novel from acclaimed storyteller michael david lukas. this tightly woven multigenerational tale illuminates the tensions that have torn communities apart and the unlikely forces--potent magic, forbidden love--that boldly attempt to bridge that divide.

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"a beautiful, richly textured novel, ambitious and delicately crafted, the last watchman of old cairo is both a coming-of-age story and a family history, a wide-ranging book about fathers and sons, religion, magic, love, and the essence of storytelling. this book is a joy."--rabih alameddine, author of the national book award finalist an unnecessary woman
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