A Tale of Two Djinns
Publish date: April 11th 2012
Publisher: Rashda Khan
Pages no: 142
Edition language: English
Wow. From like chapter 2 on I was totally sucked in. I literally read the whole book in one sitting. Normally I stop periodically and post updates and quotes while I read. I just never stopped reading to do any of that. I loved the story. I liked Maya a lot. She's pressured by her royal family to co...
Full Review posted at The Book Pushers:http://thebookpushers.com/2012/07/03/review-a-tale-of-two-djinns-by-mina-khan/I am always drawn to books which feature Djinns because they are one of my favourite supernatural beings and it is interesting to see the different takes some authors have on them. Wi...
3.5 starsReviewed for InD'Tale magazine. The review can be found here.
(Review originally posted at Book Lovers Inc)After reading Mina Khan’s previous book, The Djinn's Dilemma, I was charmed by the djinn characters, and supremely intrigued by the thought of further exploration of the djinn world she’d hinted at. A Tale of Two Djinns made precisely such an exploration,...
Mina Khan, writes very sexy novellas that will have you wanting more and she shows this again in A Tale of Two Djinns it’s truly romantic and very hot! I read this novella in one setting, I just couldn’t quit.Akshay and Maya are enemies, but once they met in the bar as humans there’s no stopping the...
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