Virtual Book Discussion of “The Jinn Daughter” by Rania Hanna

Virtual event via Zoom ~ 7pm Cairo | 5pm London | 12pm New York

Join us for the virtual book discussion of The Jinn Daughter, the stunning debut novel of Rania Hanna, a Syrian-American writer and neuroscience doctoral student at George Mason University.

The virtual event will feature the author Rania Hanna in an engaging conversation with Melanie Magidow, translator and founder of Marhaba Language Expertise. They will discuss Rania’s debut novel, exploring the blend of Middle Eastern folklore and fantasy, unveiling the secrets of Rania’s fantasy world, and introducing the intriguing characters within the novel.

The Jinn Daughter is an impressive feat of storytelling that pulls together mythology, magic, and ancient legend in the gripping story of a mother’s struggle to save her only daughter. Rania deftly weaves subtle, yet breathtaking, magic through this vivid and compelling story that has at its heart the universal human desire to, somehow, outmaneuver death. From Jinns who narrate tales and death personified, the novel promises an enjoyable read.

Date: Wednesday, 17 July 2024

Time: 7pm Cairo | 5pm London | 12pm New York

Attendance via Zoom.

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The book discussion will be livestreamed on AUC Press’s and Hoopoe Fiction Facebook pages.