P. Djeli Clark

A Master of Djinn by P. Djèlí Clark

If you’ve been following P. Djèlí Clark’s Dead Djinn Universe, then you’ve been on the tram car towards the highly anticipated full-length novel, A Master of Djinn. In real Clark fashion, he has crafted a mystery/police procedural within the steampunk-alternate world of 1912 Cairo. Although it is preceded by other shorter works, this book reads Read more

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Ring Shout by P. Djeli Clark

Ring Shout was written with anger, not hate. The propulsive plot, fiery action, and themes that are layered at such light-speed that its quick but potent inclusions is almost invisible, could only be done with writing fueled by anger. That’s because hate is too slow—it festers like mold until its subject is a monster without Read more

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