The Blind Wish (The Jinni Wars, #2)

The Blind Wish (The Jinni Wars, #2) PDF The Blind Wish The Jinni Wars, 2 Author Amber Lough Natus Physiotherapy.co.uk Two Sisters A War And The Wish To End Regret The Magical, Evocative Follow Up To The Fire Wish.The War The Lies That Started The Conflict Are In The Open Now, But The War Between The Humans And The Jinn Is As Bitter As Ever And Becoming Far Treacherous.The Sisters Najwa And Zayele Have Just Learned They Re Half Jinni, Half Human Twins Najwa Is Now The Jinni Representative At The Human Palace, Working To Bring Peace But Her New Role Comes At A Price She S No Longer Allowed Alone With Her Cherished Prince Kamal And As Zayele Adjusts To Life Among The Jinn, She Discovers That She S A Magus, One Of The Most Powerful Jinn In The Cavern Suddenly, She S Thrown Into Special Training, And The Strongest Young Men In The Army Are Competing To Be Paired Up With Her.The Wish Once Again, Zayele Makes A Wish A Wish That She Doesn T Think Can Possibly Go Wrong A Wish That Neither Sister Could Imagine Would Change The Outcome Of The War.Praise For Jinni Wars I The Fire Wish War, Magic, And Romance Kept Me Reading Nonstop Tamora Pierce, New York Times Bestselling Author Of The Beka Cooper Trilogy A Fantastically Compelling And Romantic Read From A Shining New Voice In YA Laini Taylor, New York Times Bestselling Author Of Daughter Of Smoke And Bone Review posted on The Eater of Books blog The Blind Wish by Amber LoughBook Two of the Jinni Wars seriesPublisher Random House Books for Young ReadersPublication Date July 14, 2015Rating 3 starsSource ARC sent by the publisherSummary from Goodreads Two sisters A war And the wish to end regret The magical, evocative follow up to The Fire Wish.The
Actual rating 3.5 starsCheck out my series review here 3 out of 5 starsGosh, I m so disappointed in this sequel The plot in this book was not as exciting as I expected it to be It was slow and some parts of it were really boring It felt like there were two separate plot lines, again both driven by the
I loved this sequel Once again, this story is full of magic, romance, friendship, wishes and evil villains I liked how not everything had a happy ending I mean, like some things will never change, like Zayele and Melchior, would never get along, no matter what or Yashar would never be accepted into his family, because their stupid believes Because, unfortunately, that s how things are But, the characters, all found their way in their lives Anyway, b
2.5 stars.Even though each chapter starts with the name of the girl whose POV it is, I would find myself having to go back and read the chapter heading again and again because I couldn t tell them apart Their internal voice and personalities are virtually the same, and I even kept forgetting which girl belonged to which name I said I thought Najwa and Kamal were cute in the first book Not so here they had zero chemistry and I pretty much wanted Najwa to dump him for that mind reader guy by 2.5 stars.Even though each chapter starts with the name of the girl whose POV it is, I would find myself having to go back and read the chapter heading again and again because I couldn t tell them apart Their internal voice and personalities are virtually the same, and I even kept forgetting which girl belonged to which name I said I thought Najwa and Kamal were cute in the first book Not so here
Amber Lough doesn t disappoint with her incredible sequel to the wonderful The Fire Wish.In The Blind Wish, Lough transports us back to the land and lore she so adeptly brought to life with TFW Remember, the jinni and humans are at war, we re in medieval Baghdad, and wishes are bothpowerful and dangerous than we d ever imagined Lough s writing is so gorgeous that I often found myself rereading a phrase several times over just to savor the deliciousness of her words Her poetic descriptio Amber Lough doesn t disappoint with her incredible sequel to the wonderful The Fire Wish.In The Blind Wish, Lough transports us back to the land and lore she so adeptly brought to life with TFW Remember, the jinni and humans are at war, we re in medieval Baghdad, and wishes are bothpowerful and dangerous than we d ever imagined Lough s writing is so gorgeous that I often found myself rereading a phrase several times over just to savor the deliciousness of her words Her poetic descriptions paired with her fantastical imagination make both the human caliphate and the jinn cavern come alive in a way that makes me ache to see it for myself She demonstrated her original imagination with The Fire Wish, but here, she seizes the freedom of a sequel to weave evenmythology, mystery, and magic into the incredible world she s built I adore both
Pretty great follow up I really enjoyed it Between reading the fire wish and waiting for my library to carry the blind wish, I couldn t quite remember all the details of the first book But I dove in and it all came back to me Ok again I had my review all written and when I save it and post all but the first paragraph is deleted Ugh So here goes again trying to hurry and type my thoughts again, it probably won t be as detailed as I have less time now I really enjoyed the two sisters in the fire wish but found myself loving the cha Between reading the fire wish and waiting for my library to carry the blind wish, I couldn t quite remember all the details of the first book But I dove in and it all came back to me Ok again I had my review all written and when I save it and post all but the first paragraph is deleted Ugh So here goes again trying to hurry and type my thoughts again, it probably won t be as detailed as I have less time now I really enjoyed the two sisters in the fire wish but found myself loving the changes and growth brought into their characters in the blind wish The supporting characters were wonderful too I enjoyed Abdas and Firuz, even though they are pretty minor characters, they were just great Zayele has to learn to control her em
This book was just as fun as the first, with lots of friendship and romance and adventure, as well as some really original lore and world building I liked watching both girls grow into their new roles and figure out their place in the world The romance here was minimal, but that was okay, because I d rather watch the girls grow into themselves than swooning over the guys, even if it did leave a lot of their relationship questions unanswered.If I had to complain about anything, it would probabl This book was just as fun as the first, with lots of friendship and romance and adventure, as well as some really original lore and world building I liked watching both girls grow into their new roles and figure out their place in the world The romance here was minimal, but that was okay, because I d rather watch the girls grow into themselves than swooning over the guys,
Great non Western YA Fantasy4.5 5 stars I really enjoyed the The Blind Wish right from the beginning As with The Fire Wish, the worldbuilding was breathtaking I especially loved the Breaking and the Haunted they really were perfect The ending could have been a touch strong
I absolutely love this series I cannot wait for the next It is so original and beautifully crafted After so many disappointments I am finally happy picking up another book again I would recommend it for anyone who is tired if Mary Sue stereotypes and he ll yes I want to read wha