Aladdin Relighted

Aladdin Relighted J.R. Rain
  • Title: Aladdin Relighted
  • Author: J.R. Rain
  • ISBN: 9781105682568
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Paperback
  • Aladdin Relighted J.R. Rain Aladdin Relighted The end of Aladdin of the Lamp finds the cunning Aladdin ruler of a great kingdom Now many years have passed Aladdin is older richer and wiserd heart broken After losing his beloved wife and son to
    The end of Aladdin of the Lamp finds the cunning Aladdin ruler of a great kingdom Now, many years have passed Aladdin is older, richer and wiserd heart broken After losing his beloved wife and son to foul play, he resigns from being king and sets out to do what he does best Now working as an anonymous relic hunter, he s hired by a desperate noblewoman named JeweThe end of Aladdin of the Lamp finds the cunning Aladdin ruler of a great kingdom Now, many years have passed Aladdin is older, richer and wiserd heart broken After losing his beloved wife and son to foul play, he resigns from being king and sets out to do what he does best Now working as an anonymous relic hunter, he s hired by a desperate noblewoman named Jewel to rescue her kidnapped son Prince Zeyn, a powerful wizard from the magical land of Djinnland, has designs on Aladdin s kingdom, and Jewel s son is to be the final piece of a bloody plot to rule two worlds To save the boy and his kingdom, Aladdin must journey to Djinnland, a magical land full of dragons and ogres, magic carpets and magic castles It will take all his cunning and wits to stay aliveckily, Aladdin has a few tricks up his sleeve.
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    About J.R. Rain


    1. I m an ex private investigator now writing full time in the Pacific Northwest, where I live in a small house on a small island with my small dog, Sadie, who has energy than Robin Williams.As a kid I was always making stuff skates, skateboards, skimboards, skis, sleds, clothing, furniture, wood carvings, Easter baskets, comic books, you name it I was the mother of all nerds Anyway, I think I was searching for the one thing I wanted to keep on making for the rest of my life Then one day I discovered Choose Your Own Adventure books Remember those You as the reader were asked to make choices for the characters Choose Your Own Adventures were a lot of fun and I just had to make my own And so I did, writing three of them, and I ve been hooked on writing ever since Just think, I could have been hooked on making Easter baskets In high school, I was a fine balance of jock and nerd I played football and baseball and somehow managed to write five complete novels So how was I able to write so much and play sports and study at the same time Easy No girlfriend In fact, I didn t kiss a girl until I was in college In college, I still managed to write two books and over 80 short stories Even with all the kissing Eventually, I graduated with a perfectly useless degree in anthropology, got married two weeks later, and shortly thereafter started my career as an insurance claims investigator I ve made better choices I would spend the next four years researching and writing my first adventure novel, THE LOST ARK At the age of 28, I landed one of the biggest agents in Hollywood Welcome to Hollyweird I discovered that I had a natural knack for writing screenplays Go figure For the next two years I worked exclusively with Paramount Pictures and Alphaville Productions developing various movie and TV projects Some things worked out most didn t I learned much and I m thankful for the experience Ultimately, I realized I had strayed far from my true love writing novels but never very far from my other true love donuts And so, with a little bit of money in the bank and some time on my hands okay, fine, I got fired from my insurance job , I moved to Carlsbad and wrote three books DARK HORSE, MOON DANCE, and CURSED Being married to a dreamer is tough Being married to a dreamer and a writer is damn near impossible Yup, you guessed it, after seven tough years my wife was gone, baby, gone Not to worry I eventually met another girl poor thing , and together we moved up to Seattle Things turned ugly fast I lost my job, my car, my money, the girl, went bankrupt, and yet somehow wrote THE MUMMY CASE in a freezing cold basement in the middle of a rainy winter, unemployed and stealing food usually donuts from local grocery stores Like the prodigal son, I eventually moved back home to southern California, where I got a new job, got my private investigator s license, got a new movie agent, moved to Hollywood and was fortunate enough to have my first novel published in November 2005 by Mundania Press In 2006, I wrote ELVIS HAS NOT LEFT THE BUILDING, and in 2007, I moved up to Oregon where I eventually became a vegetarian for moral reasons , and wrote the first draft of my ghost story, THE BODY DEPARTED In 2008, I moved back to southern California to help with my sick father Now in 2009, you guessed it, I m back up in the Pacific Northwest, living on a small island in a small home with my small doggie It s a simple, peaceful lifea life filled with writing, hiking, and Beggin Strips Remember life is too short to work at a job you don t love So follow your dreams, my friends, even if it means living on a faraway island in the back of beyond As you can see, I ve come far from those days of stealing donuts Full circle, if y


    191 Comments


    1. I loved Piers Anthony thirty years ago I read him fanatically in the early 80s The problem is, I was a child then, and as a grown woman with much life experience, I can no longer ignore the blatant sexism in his otherwise excellent writing Men do not have stronger sex drives than women, and boy, do I speak from experience there, and the experiences of my friends, and my therapist, who says it is far common for women to complain of not getting enough sex from their husbands I am terribly sorry i [...]

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    2. I bought the entire trilogy, but however I m calling it quits after just the first book There s nothing that could convince me to venture further into this series, not even the promise of swashbuckling fun with Sinbad What turned me off was the attitude toward women and sex Jewel was everything I hate in women characters written by men She used her sexuality at every chance she got Every time they got into a fight, she disrobed and flashed the men, and stunning them with her beauty I kid you not [...]

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    3. So this was published in 2011 but I remember my mom being all crazy about me NOT reading Piers Anthony when I was a teen I can sort of see why as there are glimpses of his sexual writing in this one.I was pretty interested in the beginning and was into the story but every other word starts is about sex Not in a crazy porn way but in a casual I m horny way Firstly, hello one of the main characters is trying to save her son Calm down and keep it in your pants Secondly, he has some issues because h [...]

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    4. Easy to follow plot with a pretty fast pace The snarky banter between Niddala and Jewel is funny and the growing sexual tension is hilarious Jewel is a woman who certainly knows how to use her assets to her advantage, and the results are quite humorous.Niddala is a hero for hire with a golden heart, even if that heart has been shattered with the loss of his family He treats everyone as equals most of the time and his bickering with Faddy had me snorting with laughter And quit calling me master Y [...]

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    5. It s very well written The language has a fresh feeling as it consists of new words less than common , emotions, exclamations and a lot of wit I liked this book for its fluent language than its story The story is interesting and gets thrilling in various places But on a few occasions I felt it was slightly dull This is not for lack of imagination The events and the world building are quite imaginative and feel fresh It s just that a little thrill element, some suspense being built up would be [...]

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    6. A tongue in cheek and somewhat raunchy sequel to the Aladdin story, typical of Piers Anthony I ve never tried J R Rain before I enjoyed the over the top acting of the narrator, it went well with the arrogance of Aladdin Unfortunately, the sexual tension between the two leads doesn t hold up too long as the eventual pairing was so obviously inevitable, also, Aladdin has quite gifted friends so any power difference between his party and his enemies aren t really that large The hardships he suffere [...]

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    7. I ve never read the story of Aladdin or Arabian Nights, so that might have something to do with my feelings toward this book I found it to be full of adventure and fun, something reminiscent to the plot of an Indiana Jones story The relationship between Aladdin and Jewel was a bit awkward, but, overall, I think it was a funny and sometimes funny story.I listened to the audio version of this story and I really enjoyed Paul Licameli He made me laugh and I enjoyed his inflections I would definitely [...]

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    8. Aladdin Relighted is set many years after the original story, it is well a well written collaboration combining the talents of TWO of my favourite authors From the first page I was hooked, Aladdin is hired by Jewel to rescue her son from his evil father, they have to travel way across country so take a short cut through magical djinn land with the help of several magical assistants, there is plenty of humour and a light hearted touch of nudity I don t know why I didn t read it a year ago when it [...]

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    9. A continuation of the Aladdin saga Fast paced and imaginative, with a lot of surprisingly sexual elements, mostly there to titillate without adding any significant thematic point But the themes are mostly absent anyway although mildly entertaining, this seemed unnecessary and certainly not compelling enough to make me want to read the other two books in the trilogy.

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    10. Review posted on AudibleThis is NOT a child s book Please before listening or reading check and read the warning labels.

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    11. I enjoyed this book far than I anticipated A great little adventure story based on the idea of what Aladdin grew up to be Looking forward to reading the follow up.

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    12. As good as I hopedI enjoy both of these authors so I was excited to find this collaboration Will have to finish the rest of the trilogy now

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    13. Fun, Fast, easy to read, I m hooked

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    14. A fairly good readme bits and pieces were a bit too short and some too long Definitely some opportunities missed for fleshing out the story some But something new and fairly fun.

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