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Becoming Jinn by Lori Goldstein
About the book (description from Amazon)
Wishing doesn’t make it so, Azra does.
Main character, Azra, is likable and is a real teen: unable to control a destiny she does not want she rebels by making some questionable decisions. While there were times when I got a little frustrated as she did some things that were just reckless, it is great to read a book without overly smart, all knowing, snarky teens.
Thankfully Lori does not make any one character more or less likable, even allowing main character Azra to have flaws. Each character feels like their own person and although there are plenty of side characters, they stand on their own without feeling like something I have read before.
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