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Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite
If you’re looking for a good read, a thriller that brilliantly showcases the struggle between ideologies and civilizations, then Moynihan's Journey and the Clash of Civilizations by Leo Gher is the book to read. Set against modern Egypt with its cultural turmoil and religious factions, the novel features one of the great conflicts that will arrest the attention of readers. After being subdued for many centuries and ruled by the Sunni Muslims who are helped by the West, the Zebeqi decide to return to their old way of life. But is this going to be easy? No, not a walk in the park! The reader is introduced to very powerful characters, including Tom Moynihan and Elshan, both representing powerful factions and who each share a strong animosity toward the other. The story is filled with a lot of intrigue, betrayal, and drama, and readers are going to be keen on finding out what happens when the conflict grows to staggering proportions.
Leo Gher has done a great job in weaving real conflicts into fiction and making readers feel that it is all true. His characters are well thought out and developed and their role in the story is well defined. Here is a tapestry, a canvas with a lot of drama taking place, and hidden gems for readers to find. The writing is beautiful and polished. The plot is well-paced and readers have a lot to look forward to. I have enjoyed works set in ancient Egypt like the writings of the French author, Christian Jacq, but I haven’t read anything that poignantly depicts the struggle and conflict between the different modern civilizations in Egypt. Moynihan's Journey and the Clash of Civilizations is a great and fun read, a work with very urgent and relevant questions for a keen reader.