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A Master of Djinn
A Master of Djinn | P. Djeli Clark
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Nebula, Locus, and Alex Award-winner P. Djl Clark returns to his popular alternate Cairo universe for his fantasy novel debut, A Master of Djinn Cairo, 1912: Though Fatma el-Shaarawi is the youngest woman working for the Ministry of Alchemy, Enchantments and Supernatural Entities, shes certainly not a rookie, especially after preventing the destruction of the universe last summer. So when someone murders a secret brotherhood dedicated to one of the most famous men in history, al-Jahiz, Agent Fatma is called onto the case. Al-Jahiz transformed the world fifty years ago when he opened up the veil between the magical and mundane realms, before vanishing into the unknown. This murderer claims to be al-Jahiz, returned to condemn the modern age for its social oppressions. His dangerous magical abilities instigate unrest in the streets of Cairo that threaten to spill over onto the global stage. Alongside her Ministry colleagues and her clever girlfriend Siti, Agent Fatma must unravel the mystery behind this imposter to restore peace to the city or face the possibility he could be exactly who he seems... A Master of Djinn is poised to launch P. Djl Clarks SFF career to new heights as the highly-anticipated debut readers are clamoring for. Novellas by P. Djl Clark The Black God's Drums The Haunting of Tram Car 015 Ring Shout At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
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WriterAtHeart
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What a wonderful book! If you like fantasy, read this one.❤️❤️❤️

KathyWheeler I haven‘t read this yet, but I bought it as soon as it came out. He is one of my favorite authors. 2mo
WriterAtHeart @KathyWheeler - This is the first time I've read this author, but I definitely want to read some of his other stuff. 2mo
KathyWheeler @WriterAtHeart The first one I ever read is Dead Djinn in Cairo which is set in the same world as this book. Ring Shout is really good too and features the Ku Klux Klan in an interesting way. 2mo
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TLuvs
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I'm excited to be starting this fantasy adventure!

TLuvs I am an absolute Fantasy genre reader but really dislike Mystery. Several times I almost DNF'd this book bc of the crime solving aspect of it. But stuck it out and in the end; the character development was excellent, the progression timing was on point and the Fantasy aspects were not overly done. 5mo
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CampbellTaraL
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A 1920s fantasy Cairo where djinn live alongside humans in a delicate balance between magic and non-magic life. An investigating agent solves supernatural crimes while navigating misogyny, conflicting ideology, racism, and the lingering effects of colonialism. A wonderful tale that has me looking forward to the next book in the series.

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Weisubei
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Currently reading, about 53% of the book.

Too much historic talks. It's slow and I'm getting sleepy 😴😴

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BekaReid
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Alternate 1912 Cairo full of magic and steampunk vibes, this mystery/fantasy was fun to read.

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Weisubei
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Trying to read through my booklist for #bookspinbingo but I just can't do it, so I pick up another book not on the list. I love the font 😍😍
And that first page just killed it 👹👹

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BekaReid
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With the Hugo finalists largely taking over my June reading, I've barely gotten any non-fiction reading in this month. Also, my format has largely swung to digital vs my preference for print books. Tagged book is the next Hugo on my list.

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Branwen
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Pride Month: Day Sixteen! ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜

If you're looking for a different sort of fantasy story, you might want to give this one a try! It features an alternate 1920's Cairo in which djinn, ghosts, and all sorts of other creatures share the world with people. 📚💕

#pridemonth #queerbooks #lgbtq

ozma.of.oz Loved this one! 💙 7mo
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kwmg40
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This steampunk historical fantasy set in 1912 Cairo is a 2022 Hugo Best Novel nominee. It's a fun read with an interesting cast of magical characters.
#hugoawards #hugo2022

#BookSpinBingo @TheAromaofBooks

Zuhkeeyah This was such a fun read! 8mo
kwmg40 @Zuhkeeyah Agreed! I hope there will be more novels in this universe. 8mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 8mo
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xicanti
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Hanging out with my curious little dog on this Tuesday night. A MASTER OF DJINN is my P. Djèlí Clark tiebreaker, and I‘m pleased to report I‘m enjoying it a lot! It‘s super readable and I‘ve had fun digging into his alternate Cairo. #gaymay

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xicanti
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I picked up three more Gay May titles on the way to the grocery store: an historical fantasy, a short fiction anthology, and a biography. Good times. #gaymay

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Bookboss
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This was the April pick for the Sword and Laser book club. The world building was excellent. The author constructed a steampunk magical Cairo in 1912, where Djinn live alongside humans and magic is everywhere. The author wrote several short stories in this setting before writing this novel. I read one of the stories, but it‘s not necessary to do so. Although I found the plot predictable, I enjoyed being in the world.

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ReadingEnvy
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I like the world building of an alternate history/ steampunk / fantasy Egypt and the forefront of Cairo and Egyptian culture, detached a bit from the British empire even if they are a presence and central to the main plot. It feels like the primary message is don't underestimate women! Ha.

I do think my enjoyment of the novel was enhanced by my reading of the three connected novellas.

Centique I felt the same way - the novellas were so good, they enhanced the novels 😍 9mo
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ctboeheim
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In an alternate Cairo, a young female police inspector follows the trail of clues from the supernatural murders of a seemingly harmless cult of idolaters. This is a richly detailed setting, a mixture of the real and the fantastic, with believable characters and a satisfying plot. I'll be looking for more from Clark in the future.

Full review at https://lamp.works/bwl?s=B08HKXS84X
#scifi #occult

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Centique
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This has it all - urban historical steampunk gender queer fantasy 🙌 Set in early twentieth century Cairo we follow Fatma, (agent for the Ministry of Alchemy, Enchantments and Supernatural Entities) hunt down a dangerous imposter stealing magical artifacts. Egypt is a global power that kicked out the British with the help of djinn and suffrage is bringing women into traditionally male roles. The city is still not ready to accept Fatma‘s ⬇️

Centique sexuality/gender but I loved the fact that a more religious conservative character is shown able to be both devout and open minded. ⬇️ 11mo
Centique The writing is beautifully descriptive, so a great one to escape into a different world. This is the third in the series, the first two are novellas starting with 11mo
CarolynM Even though I'm not usually keen on fantasy, this sounds interesting. How are you getting on? I heard the case numbers are high in NZ right now. 11mo
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Centique @CarolynM yes really high! 22000 today. Three of my extended family have it but so far not my immediate family. It‘s quite strange having no lockdown but so many people off work at one time - but not too many in hospital so we‘ll muddle through. How are you? Did you get a bout of it? 11mo
CarolynM Good to hear the hospitalisation rate is low. We have all avoided it so far. It's probably just a matter of time though. 11mo
Ruthiella I know I‘m gonna love this book too! 😃 11mo
Reggie In January with the Omicron variant, in the department I have been loaned to out of the 15 of us, 7 of them had it at various stages of the month. It was crazy. I hope your family stays safe and healthy, Paula. 11mo
Centique @Reggie I‘m all prepped with cupboards full if (when!) it happens - and lots of books of course. You stay safe too my friend 💕💕 11mo
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Clare-Dragonfly
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This was a lot of fun! I enjoy Fatma and all the other characters, though I never feel like I can really lose myself in Clark‘s stories. I guessed the Big Bad quite early on but enjoyed the labyrinthine quest for all the answers, and there were definitely a few twists I didn‘t expect.

shanaqui I really need to get to this... some of Clark's novellas are set in the same world, right? I need to reread those... 12mo
Clare-Dragonfly @shanaqui Yes! There are 3 that are prequels: The Haunting of Tram Car 015, The Angel of Khan El-Kahlili, and A Dead Djinn in Cairo. The characters are all different in those so I don‘t think the order matters, but I‘d definitely read at least Tram Car and Dead Djinn before this one. 12mo
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Twainy
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🎧 Fatma is the youngest female Agent at the Ministry of Alchemy. Her love interest is a female half-Djinn (a call back to a previous novella).

This was a FUN read. A murder mystery involving a possible imposter, magic, sleeping Djinn, Djinn living amongst & working with humans in 1912 Cairo! Mystery needs to be solved before there‘s an all out war.

A steampunky vibe.

The dialog is on par with Ring Shout & the narrator is great.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2

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ChasingOm
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For my #FoodandLit tour of Egypt, I read two books: the Lonely Planet guide and this amazing ride through an alternative Cairo where steam technology and magic coexist to make Egypt one of the world‘s great powers.
I love the characters in Clark‘s world (begun in two novellas before this full length novel), the world he has created, and the exploration of all kinds of power dynamics. I hope there will be more books in this universe!

Catsandbooks This is on my TBR! 12mo
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Clare-Dragonfly
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Fatma and Siti did get together after all that bonkers (in the best way) flirting in A Dead Djinn in Cairo! I‘M SO HAPPY.

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MariaW
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Being third one in the series, I liked the full novel length. The first two ones seemed short in a very unsatisfactory way - the reader longing for more. I did not see some of the twist coming, but the ultimate and last one was clear to me already at the middle of the book. But Djèli Clark writes in a perfect way keeping the reader on a leash. ???

Jess_Read_This This sounds terrific! I haven‘t heard of this author or series before. And getting praise from Chakraborty on the cover immediately caught my attention. Thank you for sharing! Adding it to my TBR now. ☺️ 13mo
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MariaW
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Before God, our blood means nothing. Virtue is in deeds, not the skin.

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julesG
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My #12Booksof2021 pick for May is this steam-punkish, alternate history, Urban Fantasy set in Cairo - where djinn are part of every day life and badass female detectives rock.

@Andrew65

@Crazeedi @Lizpixie

Ruthiella I‘m hoping to read this next year. I really loved the short story and novella in this world that I read earlier this year! 13mo
Andrew65 Looks good. 13mo
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galueth28
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I really enjoyed this one. Fun characters, nice worldbuilding and interesting setting.

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HeyT
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#BookReport
Managed to finish two books again this week so I‘m feeling good. Master of Djinn was excellent so I‘m glad my book club chose it.

#WeeklyForecast
Now that my book club picks for the month are done it‘s back to the BookSpin grind. I may end up bailing on the fairytales though.

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HeyT
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I really enjoyed this but I think even though it‘s the first full length novel in this world you need to read the two previous short works to get the full scope of the story. I love this world if djinn and supernatural entities with a steampunk flair. I also really liked Fatma and her unique perspective.

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ozma.of.oz
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I‘m so glad to have this back, and I cannot wait to sit and look through everybody‘s comments! Thank you for a wonderful experience and introducing me to some new authors! ❤️ #LMPBC #GroupL #Round12

Ruthiella I just read the short story and novella that preceded this title and am really looking forward to getting to the novel. I love the world Clark has created! ❤️ 1y
kellyann28 Thank you for sharing this one! ❤ 1y
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HeyT
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#BookReport
I managed to finish not one but two things this week so I'm very pleased. After my slumpish reading lately this was so good. I also really enjoyed both books I read this week.

#WeeklyForecast
My goal this week is to finish Neverending Story and Master of Djinn. I also want to get at least another 25 pages into Fairy Tales as well.

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galueth28
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Isn't it nice when a book just springs an amazing library on you? ☺😍

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galueth28
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Since I'm on vacation next week, I'm going to try and finish all my current reads and maybe get started on my #bookspin.

#novelnovember @Andrew65

Andrew65 Great, good luck 😊👍 1y
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BookishBelle
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Just finished this snuggled on my couch. It‘s a soft pick for me as it was a difficult read but I enjoyed its spirit and I did want to finish the story. This is my last #LMPBC book for the last round. I‘m late finishing it but it will be headed back to you, @ozma.of.oz soon! @kellyann28 @Endowarrior21

ozma.of.oz Yay! I‘m glad you liked it. I hadn‘t known how many short stories in this universe were published before the novel when I picked it. 😅 1y
BookishBelle Yes, I think reading those first would have made it easier. I‘m glad I read it through. Such a good story! 😊 @ozma.of.oz (edited) 1y
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TheKidUpstairs
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I love this world of steampunk and djinn magic set in an alternate Cairo in the early 1910s. This first full length novel is not quite as effective as the novellas, but it's still a fun, worthwhile read. Fun nods to Peter Pan and Lord of the Rings in its inspiration.

Ruthiella I just read the short story and novella. Looking forward to the novel. I love the world Clark has created, so if I get enough of that in the novel, I think I‘ll be satisfied. 🤞 1y
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BookishBelle
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Archibald James Portendorf disliked stairs.

#FirstLineFridays @ShyBookOwl

julesG Knew exactly which book you're quoting from before I checked the title. 😁😁😁 1y
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RainyDayReading
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This a new favorite!! I love the world, the characters, the way the story is woven together, it‘s all great. I also appreciated the little Easter eggs throughout for those that have read the preceding short stories and novella. Alternate history 1920s Cairo with steampunk elements and djinn. Throw in a murder and a loveable cast of characters and you‘ve got this book. Moves fairly quickly and I can‘t wait for more in this world!

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Endowarrior21
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@BookishBelle for some strange reason the book was shipped back to me so I will be sending back out tomorrow to you so sorry for the delay. #LMPBC #ROUND12 #GROUPL

BookishBelle Weird. Okay. Looking forward to reading it! 1y
Endowarrior21 @BookishBelle My post office has been really off lately with all their new hires I think they read the label wrong seeing your package was the third one this week to come back too me. 1y
BookishBelle Oh wow! Yeah, they might want to do a little more training! 😳 1y
BookishBelle I got it today! 👍🏻🎉 1y
Endowarrior21 @BookishBelle yay I hope you enjoy I am almost done with your pick so far I am liking it. 1y
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Lindy
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A long and entertaining #audiobook set in an alternate history 1912 Cairo and featuring a wonderful main character: Fatma. She is a lesbian who favours dandy men‘s suits and works for the Ministry of Alchemy, Enchantments and Supernatural Entities. Pure fun. Narrator Suehyla El-Attar manages the many different characters‘ voices with aplomb. #LGBTQ

AkashaVampie This sounds great! Gunna stack it. 1y
Lindy @AkashaVampie 😊👍 1y
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Lindy
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Finished the jacket I was sewing as part of an online course; almost finished the tagged audiobook. #audiocrafting

Chelsea.Poole Lovely!! 1y
LiteraryinLawrence Wow, that‘s quite the undertaking! Right in time for cooler weather! 1y
Lcsmcat I love it! 1y
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wanderinglynn That‘s awesome! 💙 1y
marleed Beautiful! 1y
LeahBergen Wonderful! 1y
batsy Looks very nice. Love the fabric! 🐘 1y
Lindy @LiteraryinLawrence One of the things I enjoy about sewing is solving puzzles. Turning this thrifted piece of fabric into a jacket was fun, and it‘s surprisingly cosy. 1y
Lindy @Lcsmcat @wanderinglynn @marleed @LeahBergen @batsy Thanks, friends. I chanced upon a yard sale while out for a walk and found this bargain textile that was woven in Thailand. It was fun figuring out how to make it into a jacket. 1y
Palimpsest Beautiful! 1y
Lindy @Palimpsest Thanks ☺️ 1y
kspenmoll It‘s gorgeous! 1y
Lindy @kspenmoll Thank you! 1y
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Endowarrior21
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Unfortunately I could not get through page 20 in this book. I truly tried but it just didn't work. @kellyann28 @BookishBelle @ozma.of.oz #LMPBC #GroupL #Round12 this will be going in the mail by Saturday @BookishBelle

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Lindy
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Lcsmcat What beautiful fabric! What are you making? 1y
Cathythoughts Beautiful picture 💫 1y
Lindy @Lcsmcat A jacket assignment for my online sewing course; I‘ve finished it so I will tag you in the results photo 1y
Lcsmcat @Lindy I can‘t wait to see it! 1y
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Lindy
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#audiowalking … taking in the fall colours

Nute Wow! 1y
SamAnne Beautiful. 1y
Cathythoughts I love this time of year ❤️ 1y
Lindy @Nute @SamAnne @Cathythoughts The leaves are late in turning this year because it wasn‘t getting as cold at night as it usually does. Half of the trees are still green. 1y
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Angitron
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I‘ve loved pretty much every novella Clark has written, so it was interesting to see what he would do with a full-length novel. I was just a tiny smidge shy of adoring this (nothing I could put my finger on, but I realized I wasn‘t reading it as quickly as I do when I absolutely love something), but still enjoyed it a lot and thought it was a ton of fun. His world building is 💯 and he gets an extra thumbs up for strong, female characters!

SamAnne It‘s on my list. Loved Ring Shout. 1y
Angitron @SamAnne Did you read The Haunting of Tram Car 015? This one takes place in the same universe! 1y
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Angeles
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The book is wonderful and the narrator is just great. I will have withdrawal from this world after this book because I have read already the other short novellas in this universe. If you want a real treat and to see if you are likely to like this book the LeVar Burton reads podcast has Levar read a short story in this universe called the angel of the Angel of Khan El-Khalili. I love that podcast as well so thumbs up for LeVar Burton too!!!

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OneMoreChapterISwear
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This is not your grandfather's Cairo BUT is it ours? I don't think so. I listened to the previous novella & loved it! I tried listening to this book & even though the narrator is the same I just couldn't get into the story. I didn't care about what was happening or for the characters, a travesty! One that's hard to overlook & power through. This is a DNF at ~ 50%. I tried over & over to psych myself up to go back to it but ultimately I failed.

majkia I'm over the whole need to finish books that aren't working for me. Pearl Rule lives! 1y
OneMoreChapterISwear @majkia yes!!!! The Pearl Rule is golden!! The older I get the less Me time I have and I treasure it so much more these days. That and I now weigh my need to (masochistically) see a book through with the worth of my time and pleasure and have come to value the latter more. 1y
SamAnne I loved Ring Shout but have had a harder time getting into the Djinn books. 1y
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OneMoreChapterISwear @SamAnne Ring Shout is near the top of my TBR pile but I thought I'd try this series first... happy you said something because I was going to bury Ring Shout after trying (and failing) to vibe with this Djinn series. 1y
SamAnne @OneMoreChapter Ring Shout is so good! One of my best reads of the year. 1y
SamAnne @OneMoreChapterISwear it‘s as if Zora Neale Hurston wrote a horror novella. 1y
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llwheeler
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Me: hmm with this month's bookspins added, my owned-tbr "must read/read soon" pile is a bit intimidating. I'll focus on owned books this month!

Libby: yeah, totally. good idea. oooor...

Me: *hits borrow so fast*

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CaitlinR
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Set in Cairo (1912). A being, claiming to be the legendary Djinn master al-Jahiz, immolates the members of a secret brotherhood devoted to his honor. Fatima el-Sha‘arwi, an Inspector in the Ministry of Alchemy, Enchantments, & Supernational Entities investigates. She is assisted by her new partner, her lover (part-Djinn) among others. Great super-beings, lots of steampunk details. Very well written; otherwise it would be silly. I loved it!

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Endowarrior21
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@kellyann28 this arrived to me today I can't wait to read it. @BookishBelle @ozma.of.oz #LMPBC #GroupL #Round12

ozma.of.oz I can‘t wait to see what you think! 1y
kellyann28 Woo hoo! Hope you enjoy it 🎉 1y
BookishBelle Yay! I‘m excited to read that one too! 1y
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Chrissyreadit
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I really needed to be able to revisit this list, so here it is shared with my Litsy fam ❤️ @Laughterhp @wanderinglynn @Avanders it made me think of all of you!!!

https://www.npr.org/2021/08/18/1027159166/best-books-science-fiction-fantasy-pas...

Avanders Ooooh fun, thanks for sharing!! 😄🤓😘 1y
Laughterhp Hmm this is an interesting list! A lot of books I‘ve read or heard of. And a bunch I‘ve never heard of and definitely adding to my TBR! 1y
wanderinglynn My TBR just got a bit longer 😆📚 1y
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Ruthiella This is a great list! I‘ve read a few but there are many more I want to try. 1y
NikkiM5 Neil Gaiman shared this list on Twitter. 👍🏾I added two TBR from this list and I highly recommend Piranesi. 1y
Chrissyreadit @NikkiM5 I love that this list was diverse- even in taste- the few books I had read on it were very different in scope and style from each other. If Piranesi is not already on my TBR I will add it. 1y
Chrissyreadit @Ruthiella @wanderinglynn @Laughterhp @Avanders it‘s lists like this that make me most aware of how out of control my TBR is, but I guess a tame TBR would be no fun. 1y
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kellyann28
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This was so-so for me, possibly because it's book 3 in the story's world but new to me. I did love Fatma and Siti's relationship and all the different types of Djinn living with humans! I'll be sending this along next week
#LMPBC @ozma.of.oz @Endowarrior21 @BookishBelle

ozma.of.oz Yeah, Fatma was my favorite part. 😁 If you‘re interested in getting a little more of the world, LeVar Burton read one of the short stories for his podcast in July. https://www.stitcher.com/show/levar-burton-reads/episode/the-angel-of-khan-el-kh... 1y
kellyann28 @ozma.of.oz That is cool! I'll check it out! 1y
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EchoCharlie
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My library book is available!

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kellyann28
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A Master of Djin arrived today! 💜 #lmpbc @ozma.of.oz @Endowarrior21 @BookishBelle

ozma.of.oz Woohoo! 🎉 2y
BookishBelle Yay!! 2y
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