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The House of DjinnIt has been ten years since Shabanu staged her death to secure the safety of her daughter Mumtaz from her husband's murderous brother Mumtaz has been raised by her father's family with the education and security her mother desired for her but with little understanding and love Only her American cousin Jameel her closest confidant and. I'd give it 25 stars if I could This book is a seuel and if another doesn't follow this one I'm totally lost Meti's mom Shabanu is hiding from her treacherous brother in law Nazir who killed her husband and tried to force her into marriage with him So for the past ten years she's lived on her sister in laws roof Meanwhile he daughter is living under the cruel thumb of her half sister Leyla who makes Meti call her 'auntie' Did I mention that Layla's husband Omar wasis in love in with his sister in law Grandpa kicks the bucket and it is revealed he wanted his America grandson Jameel to become the next leader and to marry his first cousin Meti In tears the kids run away to meet with Shabanu Wait did I forget a djinn of the dead granddad pushes them out of harms way a falling chandelier how cliche and whispers in their ears the path they need to take Anyways the trio shall return to Shabanu's native land but the nefarious Naziraka the toothless lion tries to kill Jameel and succeed him But da da da daa Uncle Omar kills Nazir As Shabanu Jameel and Meti recover they were in a car accident set up by Nazir Jameel begins to come to terms with marry his sister like first cousin and leaving his life in AmericaAll in 201 pagesCome again I believe the author is a white woman but this book reads like some HORRIBLE Bollywood film Just needs some sudden musical interludes and freuent costume changes I can't say I'm any better for reading this book but then again I picked it up from young adult fiction

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Download ☆ The House of Djinn 104 ↠ [KINDLE] ❄ The House of Djinn By Suzanne Fisher Staples – Insolpro.co.uk It has been ten years since Shabanu staged her death to secure the safety of her daughter Mumtaz from her husband's murderous brother Mumtaz has been raised by her father's family with the education a It has been ten yearsFriend and the beloved family patriarch Baba understand the pain of her loneliness When Baba The House ePUB #187 unexpectedly dies Jameel's succession as the Amirzai tribal leader and the arrangement of his marriage to Mumtaz are revealed causing both to uestion whether fulfilling their duty to the family is worth giving up their drea. Before I review I must say that I read Shabanu a few years ago and didn't realize there was another seuel Haveli before House of Djinn That being said I was uite disappointed with this book I had previously read two of Staples' other books and really enjoyed them I just couldn't get into this book though It took me a while to read it because I kept stopping to put it down The various perspectives only made me feel disconnected with the characters and the juxtaposition between America and Pakistan though an interesting idea was awkward at best The story was choppy and the chapters ended much too uickly for any kind of flow to be established Staples' tried to do too much in such a short book and as a result I felt pulled in different directions

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Ms for the futureA commanding seuel to the novels Shabanu Daughter of the Wind and Haveli The House of Djinn stands on its own Suzanne Fisher Staples returns to modern day Pakistan to reexamine the juxtaposition of traditional Islamic values with modern ideals of love The House of Djinn is a Bank Street Best Children's Book of the Yea. This was the last book in the trilogy of Shabanu I really liked the three stories as they unfold Shabanu’s life steeped in traditional Pakistani culture Even though the books span a 20 year period I still think it would have been better if they were just ONE book Staples must have felt the reader needed to catch up because The House of Djinn had so much repeated information I just wanted to say “Get on with it” It did offer a conclusion to the trilogy finally