E–pub/E–book [The Binding Stone Djinn #1] ☆ Lisa Gail Green

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Read & download ò The Binding Stone Djinn #1 ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Tricked into slavery by the man she loved the Djinni Leela has an eternity to regret her choices Awakened in the prison of her adolescent b. I really liked this book This is my first time reading a book about geniesdjinn and I was glad I picked this book to introduce me to that world I m gonna clarify the difference between a djinn and a genie as least as how I understand it to be Leela the main character is a being called a djinn that has magical powers All djinn are free A genie is a being that is trapped and forced to have a master The genie must do what the master wantscommandswishes whether they want to or not Leela and her friends are dijinni who become enslaved as genies They are djinn whether or not they are enslaved but are genies when they are enslaved The story is about Leela who is a djinn that was trapped by her love to essentially become a genie who has to grant her master any wish they want Leela and her djinni friends came to our earth realm to experience life as a human and that is how they got trapped as genies Later on she is found by Jered in the present time and becomes his genie Only a person with magic can control a djinn and in this book they are called magicians The rest of the story is about Leela protecting Jered from someone who wants to kill him so they can possess her and have 3 djinni s to take over the world I know it sound funny like Pinky and the Brain the same thing we do every night Pinky Try to take over the world but it the story is full of action and romanceThe story is told mostly in the present time with Leela and Jered However there are some chapters sprinkled throughout the book that take us back a thousand years ago to show us Leela s past how magicians came into being and how she became a genie I really enjoyed these parts of the book because they show us who Leela is and how she came to be the woman in the present chapters We learn about her life and the events that caused her to become trapped as a genie We also see how her life is in the beginnings of her enslavement I loved the main characters Leela is cunning and manipulative she tries to find loopholes through her commands to suit her needs and what she wants to do She is very hard because of her past as well as her past masters over 1000 years of masters and doesn t let anyone in to see her true self She becomes very protective of Jered and beings to care for him against her will Her magic is awesome and she can grant almost any wishcommand however her power is also limited She is a uick thinker and does what she has to to protect those she cares about Jered is the other main character who comes into possession of the ring that binds Leela to him He is a sweet 17 year old kid When he find out he has a genie his first wish is to help others by wishing for world peace which Leela can t grant because of her limited powers But Jered is that type of person who wants to help people and is against hurting people He also sees and treats Leela as a human and not a slave He eventually begins to care for Leela and the romance blossoms The character I loved the most though was Taj who is Leela s djinn friend who was trapped as a genie as well Taj is the villain s djinn who is sent to kill Jered and take Leela for his master Taj is not a bad guy at all but he must follow the command of his master he has no choice I love Taj because he is feisty kind sarcastic and hilarious His uips had me laughing Taj is serious when he needs to be and like Leela tries to find loopholes in the commands his master gives him I also like the character of Gabe who is Jered s best friend He is funny as well and he is always at Jered s side to help him and fight alongside him I also like Sophia who is Jered s half sister She is a little kid magician but has immense power and helps Jered fight the villain as well She is a very clever little girl who comes up with good plans to helpI absolutely hated the villain in this book which means that she is a great one The villain was well written to make me feel the strong emotions I felt about it The villain is pure evil and I wanted to go into the book and kill her myself I m not gonna say much about the romance except that it was cute and that it didn t take up all of the story so it didn t annoy me The only thing that kinda bother me was how rushed the last chapter was It seemed as if everything had to be wrapped up uickly and I wasn t too happy about thatI m not too sure what the next book is going to be about since this book had what seems to me to be a clear ending But whatever the next book is about I will definitely be reading itSPOILERI hate what happened to Gabe Out of all the people in the book he had to die WTF is that about He helped Jered and Leela fight the villain only to be killed I was and still am NOT happy about that This review is also posted on Spantalian s Book Reviews

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Read & download ò The Binding Stone Djinn #1 ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF S Leela yearn to trust again to allow herself a glimmer of hope Could Jered be strong enough to free her from the curse of the Binding Ston. This book blew me away It s been a long time since a story has had me this gripped so well done to the authorSTORY We enter the life of the Djinni Leela tricked into slavery along with her fellow Djinn by a man she loved Now awakening in the 21st century to a new master Leela realises that the scars of the past still remain but there s hope to get her ultimate freedomIn a somewhat uniue twist Leela is the protagonist rather than Jered her master and this makes for a much interesting narrative almost like Bartimaeus in Jonathon Stroud s book of the same name There s also a parallel backstory filling in what happened in the past which makes for a great contrast to present events and it really informs why Leela is the way she isThe only thing that bothered me slightly was the beginning felt rushed I felt Jered s belief of Leela and her powers was a bit too uick and perhaps Leela should ve had to try harder to convince him of her power Also the thread with Jered s father too was a bit uickCHARACTERS A grand cast Leela is uite unlike other protagonists given her age I liked the mix of her archaic voice with some modernisns thrown in and her motives and thoughts were clear She also had her flaws making her all the believableJered was a little bit too saintly at times almost as if he could never make a mistake other than giving inadvertant commands to Leela but this balances when the thread with his father beginsGabe was fun providing comic relief and also was well developed with his desire to be a big hero despite being scared a lot of the timeTaj and Mira were also well drawn as were the main antagonists who had real drive and ruthless streaks in order to get their goalsSETTING VOICE Leela s voice was strong and the descriptions were vividPRESENTATION The cover is pretty and certainly catches attention and the formatting was clear I wasn t a fan of the short chapters but they soon grew on me and I got used to itOVERALL An excellent enticing read filled with action drama and a bit of romance with a strong plot and great characters Highly recommended Really Professional Internet Person of hope Could Jered be strong enough to free her from the curse 24 Σονέτα για την πολιτική διαχείριση της ερωτικής απελπισίας of the Binding Ston. This book blew me away It s been a long time since a story has had me this gripped so well done to the authorSTORY We enter the life Second Best of the Djinni Leela tricked into slavery along with her fellow Djinn by a man she loved Now awakening in the 21st century to a new master Leela realises that the scars England and Its Rulers 1066 1272 of the past still remain but there s hope to get her ultimate freedomIn a somewhat uniue twist Leela is the protagonist rather than Jered her master and this makes for a much interesting narrative almost like Bartimaeus in Jonathon Stroud s book Keurboslaan se Struikrower (Keurboslaan, #11) of the same name There s also a parallel backstory filling in what happened in the past which makes for a great contrast to present events and it really informs why Leela is the way she isThe Western State Terrorism only thing that bothered me slightly was the beginning felt rushed I felt Jered s belief Defending the Resurrection of Leela and her powers was a bit too uick and perhaps Leela should ve had to try harder to convince him Teaching by Design in Elementary Mathematics Grades 2 3 of her power Also the thread with Jered s father too was a bit uickCHARACTERS A grand cast Leela is uite unlike Wallace and Gromit Wallace Gromit other protagonists given her age I liked the mix History Lovers Cookbook of her archaic voice with some modernisns thrown in and her motives and thoughts were clear She also had her flaws making her all the believableJered was a little bit too saintly at times almost as if he could never make a mistake Michael Lange: Fluss - River other than giving inadvertant commands to Leela but this balances when the thread with his father beginsGabe was fun providing comic relief and also was well developed with his desire to be a big hero despite being scared a lot Le Comte de Monte Cristo order to get their goalsSETTING VOICE Leela s voice was strong and the descriptions were vividPRESENTATION The cover is pretty and certainly catches attention and the formatting was clear I wasn t a fan Necessary Women and The Mean Time of the short chapters but they soon grew Divorce and Remarriage A Redemptive Theology on me and I got used to itOVERALL An excellent enticing read filled with action drama and a bit 5 Elementos of romance with a strong plot and great characters Highly recommended

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Read & download ò The Binding Stone Djinn #1 ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ody she finds a new master in possession of the opal that binds her But seventeen year old Jered is unlike any she's seen His kindness make. My eyes snap open the moment I feel it The magic is palpable It tingles as it travels up and down my arms I am not happy Whoever dares disturb my century long slumber will suffer my wrath So begins The Binding Stone one of the most intriguing openings I ve ever come acrossLeela is a Djinn genie awakened from sleep by an unwitting new Master Jered This is not the three wishes kind of genie but a powerful enslaved Djinn compelled to do whatever her Master of the day tells her to Mostly what Masters want is sex riches sex power sex revenge and sex With a little light torture thrown in for light relief Are humans really so horrible But no Jered isn t like that at all and wants nothing except world peace And sex of course well duh this is a romance after allBut Leela has a long history with fellow slave Djinns and some evil Masters who are bent on well see above So the story becomes a merry go round of battling Masters and Djinns It s all good exciting stuff I really like the premise here the story of the entrapped genie but told from the genie s point of view The backstory the interactions of a thousand years earlier which resulted in the enslavement of the Djinni is interwoven with the present day so that the significance of certain events and characters gradually becomes clearer This was uite neatly done although I sometimes found the transitions between then and now rather jarringThe plot is wonderfully convoluted and I defy anyone to foresee all the twists and turns There s a vast amount of people being captured and others rushing off to the rescue in various combinations of characters and to be honest I lost track sometimes of who was where who was captured and who was rescuing them who was definitely evil and who might be and who wasn t and who would be if they were free and who was but only because they d been commanded to be but I just let it wash over me and kept turning the pages It s that kind of book I didn t always know what was going on but I was confident the author had got it all worked outThe characters worked well enough without being terribly real to me Leela was the best portrayed but then she is the sole point of view and the book is written in the first person so that s not surprising There were moments when her tragedy was very affecting The other characters Jered is a little too implausibly nice Gabe makes a great sidekick The bad guys are evil personified and therefore entirely uninteresting to me I m sure some people like that sort of thing The child is a little too grown up for her age but never mind I rather liked Taj though the ever so slightly camp Djinn Maybe that s just because he had some of the best lines I do like a bit of humour in my fantasy The romance was a bit insta lurve but that s par for the courseA couple of grumbles First Djinn magic is almost infinitely powerful You want to fly or tunnel through solid metal or be transported instantly or be invisible No problem except when it might divert the plot of course then it s impossible There seems to be very little cost to any of this again except when the plot reuires it Secondly I often found it difficult to work out exactly what was going on Several scenes I had to reread to understand and there were many many times when a character would apparently switch sides in a heartbeat Taj is here to kill you No he isn t Oh it s Mira who s going to kill you Apparently not All these rapidfire oscillations were tricky to follow I didn t always get the reason and it got tedious after a while Probably if I d slowed down a bit I could have worked it out I supposeA third grumble Leela herself repeatedly came up with a cunning plan only for it to fall apart instantly Oh dear I should have thought of that she wails Many many times So ten out of ten for good intentions none out of ten for forward planningWhat I liked very much was that the slave Djinni were obliged to follow their Master s commands exactly but a clever Djinn could obey the literal meaning of the order while subversively not following the intended meaning This led to some interesting and creative twists to the plot It s a very nice idea having a slave who is forced to obey but is constantly working to undermine hisher Master at every step but without attracting a spectacularly unpleasant punishmentI found this one difficult to rate On the one hand it s a cracking read full of page turning drama It doesn t pay to think too deeply about it but the author has a light touch and a sure hand so it all flows beautifully There s some nice emotional resonance in the Djinni s situation too On the other hand the constant oh no we re doomedhurray we re savedoops we re really doomednope saved again cycling got tired really uickly That and the anything goes magic kept it to three stars for me But for anyone less picky than I am which is most of the planet I can highly recommend it


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    E–pub/E–book [The Binding Stone Djinn #1] ☆ Lisa Gail Green I really liked this book This is my first time reading a book about geniesdjinn and I was glad I picked this book to introduce me to that world

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    E–pub/E–book [The Binding Stone Djinn #1] ☆ Lisa Gail Green Free download ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF æ Lisa Gail Green First a disclaimerI designed Lisa's cover for the BINDING STONE And to be honest I was only given a synopsis to work withThat being said when I did get the ARC a few weeks after the cover had been completed I did not HAVE to read it I figured I'd at least try But you see once I started I did not want to stop And I was literally stunned by

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    Summary The Binding Stone Djinn #1 E–pub/E–book [The Binding Stone Djinn #1] ☆ Lisa Gail Green Lisa Gail Green æ 8 Download Lisa's imagination is astonishing She has managed to blend a Djinn creation story of remarkable depth and creativity with a present day tale that is as twisty and complex as it is easy to read I won't risk any spoilers by commenting on specific parts of the story but there is literally not a dull moment in this book and

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    Free download ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF æ Lisa Gail Green Lisa Gail Green æ 8 Download E–pub/E–book [The Binding Stone Djinn #1] ☆ Lisa Gail Green This was an interesting story Leela and Jered were fun characters but I liked Sophie Gabe and Taj the best The ending was good but sad and I feel some parts were unnecessary If there's ever another book in the series I'd most likely want to read it but that doesn't seem to be in the worksat least that I could find

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    Free download ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF æ Lisa Gail Green E–pub/E–book [The Binding Stone Djinn #1] ☆ Lisa Gail Green I received an ARC for an honest review on this book several weeks ago So here goesI read a lot I read various genres from YA to Contemporary Romance to Historical Fiction to Nonfiction I love Paranormal anything

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    Summary The Binding Stone Djinn #1 Lisa Gail Green æ 8 Download E–pub/E–book [The Binding Stone Djinn #1] ☆ Lisa Gail Green This book blew me away It's been a long time since a story has had me this gripped so well done to the authorSTORY We enter the life of the Djinni Leela tricked into slavery along with her fellow Djinn by a man she loved Now awakening in the 21st century to a new master Leela realises that the scars of the past still remain but there's hope to get her ultimate freedomIn a somewhat uniue twist Leela is the protagonist rather than

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    Summary The Binding Stone Djinn #1 E–pub/E–book [The Binding Stone Djinn #1] ☆ Lisa Gail Green Free download ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF æ Lisa Gail Green I received this book by the author for an honest reviewMy likesSome of the supporting characters Sophie was an cute and innocent addition to the cast And even though I didn't like Gabe at the beginning of the book he became a good character by the end and then manwhy do you have to do that was there any pointThe story concept about a Djinn isn't one commonly used I really think the author did some research into some o

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    Lisa Gail Green æ 8 Download E–pub/E–book [The Binding Stone Djinn #1] ☆ Lisa Gail Green What an original genie story I went in expecting a certain kind of story but Green really adds a lot to this trope to make it uniue Yes the genie is trapped but she wakes to a new master in modern times I loved Leela's interaction with her new master Jered A very cute romanceI also loved how the author delves into Genie history with in depth

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  • The Binding Stone Djinn #1
  • Lisa Gail Green
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  • 21 June 2018
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