I read The Arsonist’s City a couple months ago and I was surprised by how much I loved it! It’s kind of a generational family saga, spanning countries and continents, but what got me about this one was that I found myself drawn to ALL the characters. Usually in books like this with so many family members I have certain storylines I’m more invested in than others, but I loved the entire Nasr family. 🤗 This book feels refreshing and ageless all at once. Highly recommended for lovers of literary fiction and family sagas! The setting was so atmospheric, I felt like I had traveled to this place I’ve never been. And for the first time in a while I didn’t really care that I didn’t know why I was along the journey for part of the time, but I was along for the ride. Sometimes I hate it when books string me along but when the characters are enough just for who they are, I find I just don’t care.