A collection of short stories set in the fantastical world of 'Book of Kayal' aimed at exploring the history of the world and the many moral and philosophical lessons it offers. They are the lessons taught by the Yed (an elected leader) of the House of Temperance to the Children of Light (possible heirs). Topics discussed include the relationship between man and beast, the benevolent leader and the (possible) purpose of life as viewed by the eyes of the heroes of the world.
About the Author
S. Nileson was born and raised in Cairo, Egypt. A grandmother working as a tour guide in Egypt and a father with a deep interest in history introduced Nileson to the realm of storytelling at a young age. In spite his work and studies being in the practical realm of management, Nileson is interested in where idea meets reality, and his stories always stem from reality and are conveyed in a fictional, fantasy in the Book of Kayal series, setting. Other than writing, Nileson is interested in economics, philosophy, history and whatever new technological contraption that is born from the minds of inquisitive people.