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Nura and the Immortal Palace

By Michael Berry, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Girl faces off against mythical beings in unique fantasy.

Book M.T. Khan Fantasy 2022
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Never trust a jinn is a lesson well learned, and this fantasy gives Muslim mythology its due. Author M.T. Khan conjures up a fantastical setting that stresses the need to work together to solve issues of inequality. Nura is resourceful, clever, and compassionate, and the supporting cast is diverse and engaging. Readers looking for something unusual will not be disappointed by Nura and the Immortal Palace.

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