The Harem of Aman Akbar

The Harem of Aman Akbar It was all that detestable djinn s doing For Rasa Ulliovna fierce third daughter of a tribal chieftan being stolen away by a genie to be the bride of Aman Akbar lord of the far off land of Kharrist

  • Title: The Harem of Aman Akbar
  • Author: Elizabeth Ann Scarborough
  • ISBN: 9780553244410
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Paperback
  • It was all that detestable djinn s doing For Rasa Ulliovna, fierce third daughter of a tribal chieftan, being stolen away by a genie to be the bride of Aman Akbar, lord of the far off land of Kharristan, was hardly a fate worse than death Rasa could almost forgive her new husband s long and mysterious absences when she felt his sweet touch and looked into his deep, darkIt was all that detestable djinn s doing For Rasa Ulliovna, fierce third daughter of a tribal chieftan, being stolen away by a genie to be the bride of Aman Akbar, lord of the far off land of Kharristan, was hardly a fate worse than death Rasa could almost forgive her new husband s long and mysterious absences when she felt his sweet touch and looked into his deep, dark eyes .

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    About “Elizabeth Ann Scarborough

    • Elizabeth Ann Scarborough

      Elizabeth Ann Scarborough was born March 23, 1947, and lives in the Puget Sound area of Washington Elizabeth won a Nebula Award in 1989 for her novel The Healer s War, and has written than a dozen other novels She has collaborated with Anne McCaffrey, best known for creating the Dragonriders of Pern, to produce the Petaybee Series and the Acorna Series.

    362 thoughts on “The Harem of Aman Akbar


    • Were this written today, I might say some of the characterizations were somewhat racially insensitive. However, I'm willing to cut this book some slack as it is over 30 years old. Frankly, I found it to be fairly enjoyable, in the vein of Ali Baba and other tales of the Thousand and One Nights. Still, it wasn't incredibly memorable. So, a candy floss book: sweet and not at all heavy.



    • Interesting book, but the story line became very unusual fast, and remained that way to the end. Not the greatest story, and not something I want to read again, but worth the time once.




    • Often very silly and at times convoluted, this was still a light and entertaining Arabian Nights-flavored fantasy.


    • It's been a very long time since I read this but I remember that I liked it. A fantasy with good story telling. Might contain a little adult content?


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