He does t recall where he came from r why he came, but one morning he found himself in this city which he kws thing about. He stood there looking around, wondering at facades of buildings and stores. Everything is clean. Clean walls, clean pavements; so clean that he could almost see his own image reflected upon the pavement. Throughout excitement and fascination at the full goes the journey of M N from start to end. The journey is filled with emotions, mysteries, symbols, colors, and tunes-all in a world of magical reality. Youssef Ezeddin Eassa's The Facade is a most unique work of modern literature, a touching drama in surreal painting. A small matter starts to grow on and on until it fills the whole universe! A search for the very core of the truth hidden behind a thousand masks! A hero whose past has vanished into thin air, together with his name, identity, and place-thing remains of his yesterdays, t even a shadow-as he hits the road into this strange city without kwing where he is going. You might find yourself in parts of this vel; however, when you finish reading The Facade, you will never be the same person again.