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Explore an exotic new world in this fantastic tale. Millionaire Jan Palmer's fortunes abruptly change when the seal on an ancient Arabian copper jar is broken and a powerful and relentless evil is released - Zongri the Jinn. Imprisoned for thousands of years, Zongri has sworn that whoever sets him free will die. But when he fulfills this vow by slashing Professor Frobish i ...more
ebook, 316 pages
Published October 1st 1993 by Galaxy Press (CA) (first published 1993)
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Bruce Deming
Excellent mix of fun, romance and arabian lore. I found this very very enjoyable and a quick fun read. Jinni's magic and romance. Nicely spun tale for fun.

Story plot twists are creative and clever. Held me to the end.
Michael Albanese
I did not like these two. I feel that they would have been better without the psychology if the worst thing ever, but let me bog you down with sailing jargon because sailing is the greatest thing ever.
Brigid
This is super pulpy and rather fun in an old-style way, all about one spineless young man's strange and circuitous route to assertive yet brainy manhood, romance and revenge.
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Jun 01, 2007 Jeff added it  ·  review of another edition
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