Book Recommendation: Throne of the Crescent Moon

Published on October 28, 2013 by

In 2011, I probably read only about 5-10 books.  In 2012, I decided I needed to up that number, so I started listening to audiobooks in order to make better use of my exercise and driving time.  I probably read/listened to about 20-25 books last year, and this year I’m on track for over 50 books.  I figured it might be a good idea to start recommending the ones I’ve liked. I use affiliate links on my site, so I may earn some income if you end up buying something after following my links, but I promise I’ll only recommend things that I actually liked.

My first book this year was Throne of the Crescent Moon by Saladin Ahmed.  I liked this book and its treatment of religion so much that I reviewed the book several months ago over at the blog of the Association for Mormon Letters, despite the fact that it does not mention Mormons, nor is it by a Mormon.  Saladin Ahmed draws on Muslim and Arabic themes in writing a very enjoyable epic fantasy novel.

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