Jinns and Masters

Stifled: A review


Author: Rainy Kaye
Publisher : Bastei Entertainment
Genre: Fiction, Paranormal Fantasy
Series: Summoned
Source: ARC from netgalley
Published: 7 May 2016

Its okayish. Doesn’t do justice to the book.


Dimitri is a free jinn, as far as broken genie bond is concerned, but he is still unable to digest this fact. He can’t bring himself to say no.
He is content living in Italy, but Syd isn’t. She has tracked down a jinn in California and wants to free the said jinn.
But once in L.A, they soon find out that its not a straight forward case of finding the jinn and figuring out how to free her.
There are more people involved, someone is after Dimitri and it seems California is home to more than one jinn.

A whole network of masters and jinns have complicated their mission, and Dimitri has to figure out a way to help the jinns without putting his freedom to risk.

My opinion:

This is as much, or even more action packed than the first book.
Dimitri has evolved as a character and has started to gain more confidence in himself and his abilities.
Plot line is cool and again there are enough twists, turns and surprises to keep you entertained.

My rating: 8 out of 10
Recommended for: Mythological creature fans and paranormal fans

I received this ARC from netgalley for review purposes


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