The Day of the Djinn Warriors
|Cover artist||Petar Meseldzija
Elizabeth B. Parasi (design)
|Series||Children of the Lamp|
|Published||2007 Orchard Books|
|Preceded by||The Cobra King of Kathmandu|
|Followed by||The Eye of the Forest|
The Day of the Djinn Warriors is the fourth installment of the Children of the Lamp series. The author, Philip Kerr, has said on his website that he is planning to write a total of six books although he hasn't decided what the titles of the remaining books will be.
Djinn twins, John and Philippa Gaunt, are off on another trip around the world in book four of the bestselling Children of the Lamp series. It's a race against time as the twins attempt to save their mother, Layla Gaunt from her destiny of being Blue Djinn of Babylon, save their father, Edward Gaunt, from an aging curse brought from a binding their mother Layla put on their father to make sure the twins were home with him, and museums worldwide from unexplained robberies and bizarre hauntings.
As John and Philippa and their friends travel across the globe on their rescue mission, they notice that something very strange is happening: An evil force has woken the terracotta warriors created by an ancient Chinese emperor, and a spell has been cast possessing the soldiers with wicked spirits. Now, the very fate of the world hangs in the balance. It's up to the twins to solve the mysterious robberies, stop the terracotta warriors, rescue their parents, and save the world before it's too late.
|Title||Book 1||Book 2||Book 3||Book 4|
|Problem/ Antagonist||Iblis Teer||Ayesha, Iravotum||Nine Cobras Cult, Iblis Teer||Iblis Teer, Rudyard Teer, Dong xi,|
|Main Setting||Egypt, England||Iravotum, Iraq||India, Nepal||Venice, China|
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