Alexandria, Egypt (PRWEB) June 27, 2013
The flight of love is often a turbulent one, fraught equally with soaring heights and precipitous lows. In Love Leaves, author Adham Khattaby takes readers on one such flight, sharing intimate and emotionally charged glimpses of the romantic love he had with his love mate through the collection of short love letters.
Khattaby likens love to flying a jet, and his prose portrays the affairs taking place in the aircraft’s cockpit, where the couple was piloting the journey together. They have passed through clear sunny skies and foggy cold weather alike. Despite a successful landing on the settlement airport, the jet overran the short runway: a sudden brutal crash, consequences of which resulted in this book’s pages.
Khattaby’s letters are a breed sharing specific patterns reflecting how powerful the effects of such an experience were. There are 72 letters all in all, preceded with a theoretical introduction. They are inspired by true acts of love, joy, despair and patience. Full of emotions and tenderness, the letters will slowly attract readers to a unique world of affection, enthusiasm, warmth and passion.
Love is the centre of all humans’ concern. With Khattaby’s prose, readers can experience the dizzying zeniths of the flight of love, and a sudden crash landing that changed lives, in the passionate prose of Love Leaves.
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About the Author
Adham Khattaby, a banker with a degree in Business Administration, is a young man in his mid-twenties. Travelling, writing, hearing music, and swimming are some of his hobbies. Some of the most-liked books he read are Eat, Pray, Love (Elizabeth Gilbert), Committed (Elizabeth Gilbert), The Alchemist (Paulo Coelho), Eleven Minutes (Paulo Coelho), Animal Farm (George Orwell), and many others. He is living with his parents and younger brother in Alexandria, Egypt.
Love Leaves * by Adham Khattaby
Thoughts of You
Publication Date: May 17, 2013
Trade Paperback; £9.99; 99 pages; 978-1-4836-3083-0
Trade Hardback; £19.99; 99 pages; 978-1-4836-3084-7
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