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روايتي السابقة بطلها جني شاب في بدايات التسعين من عمره، محترف في استخدام الآيپاد ويهوى قيادة اللامبورغيني، ومع ذلك انهالت علي التساؤلات إن كانت القصة حقيقيةهذا السؤال بالذات هو أكثر سؤال يسعدني وقبل أن تسألوني عن رواية هُناك اسمحوا لي أن أجيب مسبقاًنعـم أعترف أن هذه القصّة حقيقية إلى حـد كبير جـداًوأنني قـد استلهمـت جميع تفـاصيلها من بطلتها مباشرةومن العالم الذي صنعته لي بحبّها، وأشرفت عليه بقلبهاوهذه ليست ســوى محـاولة مني لصياغتهـا على الــورق


10 thoughts on “هناك

  1. says:

    This was worse than the second book of the Fifty Shades of Grey triology and that says something I felt my mental abilities were being mocked by the author while reading this mess I am so glad I made my cousin buy this book without spending a Riyal out of my wallet


  2. says:

    The ending is the best part


  3. says:

    One of very few books written in Arabic that engaged my emotions imagination heart and mind intensely I loved it very very much Entertaining educational Exploring many topics armed with daring imaginationThe love story within is perfect I truly appreciate that there is no teenagers raging hormones definition of love scenes like I've encountered many times in Arabic novels; but yet it is a very powerful and very moving love storyIt's clean and clear like the surface of a beautiful pondIt brings yourself to examination and opens your eyes heart and mind to the greatness of life and the wisdom of the world It educates you about your hidden potentials and how to bring them to light to grow; tasting the true meaning of life to live the true feeling of being alive of fulfilling your true self of being truly and infinitely happy


  4. says:

    Overrated as i thought I consider it a shallow book even so the writer tried to make it has a deep meaning by mentioning famous characters Leonardo da vinci Beethoven yet i felt that he just forced them in the story plus the way how Hossam respond to their advices didn't convince me at all i know it's a science fiction novel but science fiction doesn't mean to make every single part with no sense just to impress the reader


  5. says:

    this book seemed like it was written in one very long deep breath I think I read it in the same way 3 stars because at some parts of the story it seemed too unreal and the ending was somewhat shakyenjoyable


  6. says:

    The story starts to make sense only after the second chapter until then it's all confusing This is actually brilliant because I realised I was in the same state of mind as the protagonist The journey the revelations the emotions take place for both the main character as well as the reader simultaneously This level of engagement in a book is on another levelThere are basically just two characters mysterious and beautiful Malak confused and extraordinary Husam; all other characters barely get any story timeThe reason to brave through Hunaak even though most of it makes no sense is because whatever happens in Hunaak concludes properly at the end of the book and secondly it's a prelude to the third book in the series Binyameen which i will start reading soon The three books HWJN Hunaak and Binyameen are interconnected Even though the characters from HWJN don't make an appearance here but the excerpt of the third book at the end gives the idea that they are connectedTo say in simple words trying to make sense of what is happening in Hunaak is useless you got to read it as if you are experiencing it not as if you expect something sane to happen The incidents seem preposterous and ostentatious the description unrealistic and often than not i felt like putting the book down but i didn't because the end is so so worth it My advise read Hunaak but don't try to understand it because it will make sense only in the end


  7. says:

    The book started out really great It caught my attention from the second chapter with its new ideas and precise description But I gave it three stars for some reasons 1 there are MANY grammatical and spelling mistakes in this book It's impossible to simply be a typo The mistakes are repeated and repeated I'm uestioning if there even was a second draft of this book This really upset me considering I'm still in high school and I was able to spot many mistakes 2 the book had a great idea and it was somewhat new but then as it progressed the book just got boring and in some areas childish and extremely unbelievable considering the rest of the book was believable to an extent Therefore it started losing my attention 3 there was unnecessary description in some places Like the author was just throwing words for no reason The book could've been 30 pages less if it weren't for unnecessary and repeated description 4 the last 2 events of the book truly left me disappointed They led to the downgrading of the book severely Everyone expects something spectacular in the end but over here the beginning was much better than the ending The ending was just disappointing


  8. says:

    An interesting dream adventure about an ordinary overweight nerdy video game obsessed Saudi man who wakes up in a place with no name and endless technological wonders Husam soon finds himself being tutored by the likes of Ludwig von Beethoven Leonardo da Vinci and Bruce Lee but why? And how did he acuire this new body so much taller stronger faster and handsome than the one he had before? Who is the woman leading him through this puzzlemazedance and how exactly is Husam supposed to save himself his mother and everyone else? Entertaining and fast paced though it could have used a good deal copy editing Husam is likeable and you do end up rooting for him when he is forced to face The Joker because in Somewhere even cartoon and comic book characters take on new lives Good thing Husam can now heal the terrible wounds he suffers in the process But how can he ever get home again? Or does he really want to?


  9. says:

    It's a nice teenpre teen story about a guy who wakes up to see all his problems of self esteem and sense of self worth solved The setting is of course Saudi Arabian and masculine and so uite far away from any reality that I'm in or would relate to fortunately it is no longer the case that women can't drive in Saudi Arabia which ironically makes it a bit progressive than Belgium where some law from the 1970s apparently makes it impossible for women to drive in a niab


  10. says:

    35 I liked the moral was very thrilled diving through this adventure was touched by his girl's loyalty and sacrifices over all the book is simple but carries a huge message