Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights - In Which the Tide Begins to Turn Summary & Analysis

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The narrator describes the present-day society (in the 30th century or later), where people can change their gender, color, emotions, and more. The relevance of such an old tale is discussed and thereby the nature of story-telling.

Zumurrud and the other dark jinn found that they lacked the organization to control such vast numbers of people and expanses. Meanwhile Mr Geronimo explored his supernatural powers and found easy access to time distortion, strength, speed, and other skills. Then Dunia asked all the female jinnias of Peristan to start a sex boycott, refusing to engage in sexual activity, to ease her fight against the males.

Teresa Saca had been on the run and thought she was delusionally drunk or going insane when Dunia spoke to her inside her own head. She gave her the access to the jinn network...

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