I can't tell you, it'll spoil the story.
The Jinni, hands down. Sarcastic, dark, moody. He's dreamy.
This book surprised me very much. I did not expect it to approach these Hebrew and Arabic mythoses so thoughtfully and with so much intrigue. It's the type of pragmatic fantasy that I like very much. What would it be like for these ancient creatures to live in an 1899 New York City? A mature and very captivating story, meticulously researched. And George Guidall is the perfect voice to narrate. Highly, highly recommended.
An instant favorite, this one I'll keep close to my heart, beautifully constructed characters makes you fall in love with all of them, some more interesting than others for sure, but all of them relatable in their fears and desires.
The tone of the book kept me on a light sadness, a melancholy perhaps, a feeling that I enjoy very much, so if you like that sort of longing feel, magic and mystery, and above all a good story about human nature, you might want to give this book a try.
I thought this story was great. It has a lot of components and wonderful characters. I love that the main characters had such depth and compassion even thought they were otherworldly.
I really like the setting each character was in. I love that the Golem was in a Jewish area and the Jinni was in a middle eastern area of New York. I love that the 2 learned so much from each other and had their own stories to tell.
He did an amazing job of really putting you in the story. The voices of each character was amazing. I will definitely listen to this book again.
I would take the Rabbi
This was a top favorite listen :)