Master of the Jinn: A Sufi Novel

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Bay Street Press, 2004 - Fiction - 226 pages
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Here is a tale set on the Path of the Heart, a beautifully written mystical adventure wherein a modern-day Sufi Master sends seven companions on a perilous quest for the greatest treasure of the ancient world - King Solomon's ring. The legendary seal ring is said to control the Jinn, those terrifying demons of living fire, and in seeking it the companions discover not only the truth of the Jinn, but also the path of Love and the infinite mercy of God.

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User Review  - Steve Cran - Goodreads

An entertaining novel that is a quick enjoyable read. however, I would not venture that this will become some time honored classic. None the less it does offer a window into thee mystical world of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sadaf Abdoel - Goodreads

An amazing spiritual journey. An inward and outward journey of self discovery, trials, tribulations and a beautiful evolution of the soul. I recommend this book. I could not put the book down. Read full review



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About the author (2004)

Irving Karchmar has been a writer, editor and poet for many years, and a darvish of the Nimatullahi Sufi Order since 1992. He resides near New York City and is currently at work on his second novel, a sequel entitled Tale of the Jinn.

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