Mohammad Rabie

in Cairo, Egypt
November 20, 1978



Mohammad Rabie was born in 1978. He graduated from the Faculty of Engineering in 2002. His first novel, Amber Planet, was released in 2010 and won the First Prize in the Emerging Writers category of the Sawiris Cultural Award Competition in 2011.
His second novel, Year of the Dragon, was released in 2012.
Otared, his third novel, was published in early 2015 to much fan fare and was shortlisted for the International Prize for Arabic Fiction in 2016 (popularly referred to as the Arabic Booker).

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After the Revolution. Three novels of Egypt’s repressive present

By: Yasmine Seale

Original article here.

If Naji’s dystopia has the low-stakes lightness of a dream, Mohammad Rabie’s Otared is an unadulterated nightmare. The novel begins with a cannibal crime scene of rare ghoulishness and gets steadily grimmer. Our guide to this underworld is Ahmed Otared, good cop turned partisan. It’s 2025, and...

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