As a boy Anum Anzeti encountered a man who claimed he was a future version of himself. See issue 19: Anum Anzeti. The man seemed mad, and Anum dismissed him as a local lunatic. By the age of twenty five, Anum enrolled as a curator in Cairo Museum. He never married, his work was so consuming, and he grew older, until at the age of eighty he was approached by a young man called Georges De Somme. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
Xan (Alexand) Medani is a farmer, who escaped the torture camps of Egypt as a boy. He grows flowers and rice and has been hired by Hong Kong Opera House to present their star opera singer, Edith MehXian, with a fine bouquet after her performance. Xan can’t afford to go to the opera, but heard Edith singing, whilst waiting backstage. He is rather nervous, as he thought her voice quite beautiful. CLICK Here for next chronological story.
Asenath Bomani is a nine year old scullery maid. She doesn’t remember her name, or where she came from. She has just arrived in London from her home in Egypt without her parents, who she believes are dead. She has been asked to clean the pantry of a rather grand house in Fleet Street. The problem is, there are just too many distractions and she can’t remember how she got there. One thing she does remember is that she loves music much more than cleaning. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.