As a novelist, Duits, bears comparison with Gustave Flaubert and with fellow French fantasist Christia Sylf. Ptah Hotep (1971) and Nefer (1978) together comprise a heroic fantasy take place in a Earth with two moons, one called Athenade and the other Thana. The novels take place during the time of Ancient Egypt and the Roman Empire. Ptah Hotep is the story of the ascension of a young prince to the throne of Caesar. Nefer, which takes place several centuries later, tells of the adventures of a young Egyptian priest who falls in love with a sacred prostitute.
- Le Pays de l’Éclairement (The Land of Illumination) (1967)
- Ptah Hotep (1971)
- Les Miférables (The Miferables) (1971)
- La Conscience Démonique (Demonic Consciousness) (1974)
- Nefer (1978)
- Fruit sortant de l’Abîme (Fruit From The Abyss) (1993)