Clever, inventive, and thoroughly original, this trailblazing Middle Eastern-inspired fantasy resonates with Ahmed’s characteristic wit. An anti-hero to remember.
A gorgeously detailed world infused with the author’s passion for Islamic history, and for 18th century Cairo. A vibrant love triangle unlike any other brings this story to life.
An unforgettable and epic evocation of 20th century China, war as you’ve never seen it, rich in mythology and heart-wrenching to the end.
The Night Circus is a place of beguiling enchantments and mysteries, with prose that demands you linger until you’ve deciphered the many layers of its beauty.
A group of traveling actors find love, hope and humanity in art as they traverse the pitfalls of the end of civilization. Reading this book is like falling into a dream.
An opulent fantasy inspired by the Mughal empire, with fascinating insights into the devotional and magical powers of dance. An intimate story of longing and belonging.
A fable of Andalusia deeply imbued with nostalgia, with notes of both darkness and light, told in the stunning prose of a master storyteller.
Ausma Zehanat Khan holds a Ph.D. in International Human Rights Law with a specialization in military intervention and war crimes in the Balkans. She is a former adjunct law professor and was Editor-in-Chief of Muslim Girl magazine, the first magazine targeted to young Muslim women, and is the award-winning author of both the Khorasan Archives (The Bloodprint, The Black Khan) and the Rachel Getty and Essa Khattak series (beginning with The Unquiet Dead). Originally from Canada, Khan now lives in Colorado with her husband.