City of The Djinn: A Short Horror Story by Stories From The Attic

A Short Horror Story

City of the djinn: a short horror story

In the west, the ‘genie’ is a figure of fun. A pantomime character made of primary colours and cartoon features. An example, if ever there was one, of how the West tries to tame its terrors by laughing at them.

In the East, in Nusaybin, people do not laugh at such things.

Here the word ‘djinn’ is whispered in reverential hush. The things to which it refers are considered not only real, but dangerous. For in these places and to these people the djinn are not just stories, they are the cries in the desert, the heat of smokeless flame. Here the djinn are real and here, they mean you harm.

Genre: COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Manga / Horror

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Horror

Language: English

Keywords: creepy stories, horror stories, horror stories for adults, scary stories book, short horror stories for adults, short horror stories, short scary stories for adults

Word Count: 5,000

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Translation in progress. Translated by Paola Boschini
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