In 1882, a young Hungarian artist named László travels to Constantinople (now Istanbul), then the capital of the Ottoman Empire. The time he spends in Turkey changes his life forever. In this book, the readers can admire László’s wonderful watercolour paintings and read the personal diary entries he writes at the end of each day. From these, they can appreciate the degree to which he is affected by Islamic culture and Turkish society. This fictional story, written by Luqman Nagy, is a testimony to the innate power of sincere Muslims to influence those who are truly seeking, and are open to receiving, the religion of truth.