The Revenge Of The Djinn


As you know these are just ideas flowing at this point.  They may be changing as I may have other ideas emerging from somewhere in my brain while I sleep!!!!





There was once in the days of “ The Orichalcum  Order of Magi“. Ali Lrazen was a magician who had great wealth, land, and merchandise.  But, he desired to become the wisest and greatest magi that ever lived. One day an affair of great importance was available for him and it was a considerable distance from his homelands. He left on horseback with only a cloak and a bag into which, he put a few biscuits and dates.

Five days after his journey started he found he had very little left to eat and drink. He came to the realization that he did not seem to be on the right road. He was overtaken by heat, thirst, and hunger. He found some trees and a fountain and stopped to rest and drink. He was breathing to himself a strong desire that some spirit from the other world, would generously assist him to arrive at his destination. He knew not what else to do.  A very tall man came to him. This man appeared to have the sage and venerable respect one would afford an ancient wise man. He had a very pleasing smile upon his countenance; and, addressing him by his name, told him that he was disposed to help him. He also graciously said thou shalt obtain the reputation thou so ardently desirous of being a prudent man and a great magician. ’

The stranger’s predictions were duly made and duly fulfilled. Thenceforward he maintained a constant communication with the Ali who, strange to say, never questioned him The stranger also never exacted anything from him in return for his invaluable, but hazardous, assistance. But then—-




The Revenge OF The Djinn

“Wiki describes Ifrit: Ifrit—also spelled, efreet, efrite, ifreet, afreet, afrite, and afrit (Arabic: ʻIfrīt: عفريت, pl ʻAfārīt: عفاريت)—are supernatural creatures in Arabic and Islamic folklore. They are in a class of infernal Jinn noted for their strength and cunning. An ifrit is an enormous winged creature of fire, either male or female, who lives underground and frequents ruins. Ifrits live in a society structured along ancient Arab tribal lines, complete with kings, tribes, and clans. They generally marry one another, but they can also marry humans. While ordinary weapons and forces have no power over them, they are susceptible to magic, which humans can use to kill them or to capture and enslave them. As with the jinn, an ifrit may be either a believer or an unbeliever, good or evil, but he is most often depicted as a wicked and ruthless being.”

I had started to work on this story about two years ago, but it was put up because of me being very ill at that time.

This is a love story, between a Djinn and an extremely beautiful young girl. The Djinn never intended falling in love with any human. He had actually been planning on using her to enact revenge on her father. But even for a Djinn life never goes as you plan it. Before you ask there will be murder, paranormal sex, broken promises and of course revenge.


Image3I am doing this story as an in-between while I am working on my novella, “Jalenna”. I’ll keep my readers updated as to how the Jaleena” and ” The Revenge Of The Djinn” are coming along.

Love You All, Starr