Most short stories about djinn show the problems humans have when they get three wishes, whether they are used for good or for greed. But what if you didn't want anything? What's a poor genie to do? This short story has one possibility......
|Title||:||An Arabian Night: Nazin's Dream|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||18 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
An Arabian Night: Nazin's Dream Reviews
Overall, this was an interesting read and reminded me a bit of Aladdin. A big difference though, Jasmine from Aladdin is amazing, while Nazin’s love interest here is shallow and I can’t understand what he sees in her.Being a less than twenty-page book, it is hard to go into too many details without giving the plot away. Nazin is likable, aside from the obsessive love he has for a woman who won’t return it. The genie is also likable and seems like he genuinely wants to help Nazin.My full review can be found here:https://bookloverblogs.com/2017/02/03...
Keeping in the style of Scheherazade's tales was the tricky part of this. It doesn't come naturally to me, but I think I managed it fairly well.I'm also pretty pleased about the genie finding a solution to his own problem--and Nazin's!(And no, it doesn't end with, "...and then Nazin woke up. It was all a dream.")
DelightfulTale as old as time twisted in a dark, smouldering wonderful manner. So true, and yet so fantastical. What is one to do
Intriguing short storyThe short story of Nazin's Dream was beautifully written. I enjoyed reading his story. I highly recommend this short book.