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    Fiery Anthology

    Fire: Demons, Dragons, and Djinns is an anthology of stories about creatures that are beholden to the element of fire. Each story is unique in its characters, storyline, and creatures that the author chooses to focus on. She Alone by Blake Jessop is a story within a story. The author starts the story with the characters themselves, and then the story shifts and becomes one being told by one of the characters. This is a bit of surprise at first. This was a shift that I was not expecting and it took me a bit to figure it out. It is an interesting story though of a steampunk/clockwork creatures, a human with Titan (machine) parts and an Ifrit named Jinn. The story has some hints of romance, but the story is focused on retelling itself to make one remember. The story is both fascinating and sad. This is one of the many stories you can find in this anthology. They each revolve around strong and unique characters. I was fascinated by the stories and enjoyed them very much. I am rating this anthology 4 out of 5 stars. Some stories, of course, are better than others. Some I feel that there could have been a sign of transition in the storyline so that the reader could be and would be more prepared for what is about to happen next. There aren't any major editorial issues to speak of, so I'm happy to point that out. For those who enjoy fantasy novels and hold an affinity with fire, I think that this will be a good anthology to pick up and enjoy.
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    Exceptional collection of stories

    Loved the collection of stories in this book all connected by fire. Each so different from the other, but all grabbed me and carried me off to different places. I didn’t want to put it down till it was done and then wished for more. Definitely a very good book.
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    Good companion to The Djinn Falls in Love

    I bought it read Claude Lalumiere and Hal Friesen's stories. I think it makes a good companion to the collection The Djinn Falls in Love.
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