Egyptian author Ahmed Khaled Tawfik who wrote more than 200 novels died Monday April 3, 2018. The popular author died in the northern city of Gharbia, Egypt after a sudden health crisis.
Tawfik who was born in Tanta, Gharbia, on June 10, 1962, graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in 1985 and received his doctorate in Tropical Medicine in 1997.
He has published many novels, including Sunga, Utopia, Ikarus and In the Passage of Mice. He has also published a number of short stories including Rainbow, Mind Without Body, Your Fortune Today, Now we open the fund and You are not alone. He also produced more than a series of stories such as Beyond Nature, Fantasia and Savary.
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