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***Thanks to NetGalley and Tordotcom for an eARC of this book. The following review is my honest reflection on the text provided.
A Master of Djinn seemed destined to be my new favourite book; it had all the components of stories I have loved in the past with enough key differences to be new and exciting. Unfortunately, though the whole cyberpunk mythopoeia setting with badass female agents trying to keep everything under control may sound super appealing, the outcome was inherently lacklustre.
I have no problem reading a predictable book; it’s all about the experience and the narrative, even if we all know what will happen in the end. A Master of Djinn, though, was so predictable it made the protagonists look dumb because they took so long to figure it out.
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