Youssef Ziedan & Jonathan Wright
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'Azazeel takes 5th century quarrels in the Coptic Church as the ground for an ambitious investigation into good and evil, faith and doubt.' - Boyd Tonkin, Independent

In this haunting and controversial novel, Youssef Ziedan confronts issues as vital today as they were nearly two millennia ago.
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Set in the 5th century AD, Azazeel is the exquisitely crafted tale of a Coptic monk's journey from Upper Egypt to Alexandria and then Syria during a time of massive upheaval in the early Church.

Winner of the Arab Booker Prize, Azazeel highlights how the history of our civilisation has been warped by greed and avarice since its very beginnings and how one man's beliefs are challenged not only by the malice of the devil, but by the corruption with the early Church.

In sparse and often sparkling prose that reflects the arid beauty of the Syrian landscape, Azazeel is a novel that forces us to re-think many of our long-held beliefs and invites us to rediscover a lost history.

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ISBN 9781848874299
Publisher Atlantic Books
Format Paperback
Pages 320
Publication date 1 April 2013

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