I‘m on a couple day summer holiday trip and of course I had to go to a couple bookstores. And of course I couldn‘t walk away empty handed😂🤦🏼♀️ #bookhaul
This was a refreshingly different take on Djinn than I've seen before, combining politics, magic, religion and romance incredibly well (a common phrase my wife and I said as we listened was uh oh, he/she's hot). For magically beautiful beings made of fire, that came up a lot.
Nahri's view grounded the book, letting us see the magic city with the wonder we would have, rather than the day to day nonchalance of those living there.