Book Review · Fantasy/Paranormal/SciFi · OnlineBookClub

An Arabian Night by Garon Whited


Genre: Fantasy – Genie
Number of Pages: 17
Publication Date: April 25, 2015
Rating: 4-star-review out of 5
Themes: Money vs. Love, Loss

*This was part of the Book of the Day Program*

downloadNazin was a wonderful poet and in love. However, when the love of his life does not feel the same way, he is left broken and shattered.

Stumbling upon a genie, Nazin wishes the one thing that the genie cannot provide. What will this genie do to help this young man?


Overall, this was an interesting read and reminded me a bit of Aladdin. A big difference though, Jasmine from Aladdin is amazing, while Nazin’s love interest here is shallow and I can’t understand what he sees in her.

Being a less than twenty-page book, it is hard to go into too many details without giving the plot away. Nazin is likable, aside from the obsessive love he has for a woman who won’t return it. The genie is also likable and seems like he genuinely wants to help Nazin.

The ending was extremely interesting and left me hanging. I can make my own conclusions as to what happened, but I kind of wanted a confirmation.

Yes, I would. To those who enjoy short reads and about genies.

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