Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know: Khayyam, an American girl in Paris, is trying not to think about her messy life back at home. But as she broods in the City of Light, she comes across a descendant of writer Alexandre Dumas. Together, they begin to connect allusions in the art and writings of Dumas, Delacroix, and Byron to a 19th-century Muslim woman named Leila.
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Internment: In a United States set five minutes in the future, Layla and her parents are forced into an internment camp for Muslim Americans. Banding together with her boyfriend on the outside, as well as new friends inside the camp, she leads a revolution against the Director of the camp and his guards.
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