Master of the Jinn in Thailand and India

Salaam and Greetings of Peace:

Master of the Jinn will be translated into Thai later this year, inshallah. The contract is forthcoming. Also, the translation into Malayalam, the language of the Kerala State of India, will also come out later this year, I have just been informed.

Alhamdulillah, that a self-published Sufi novel is already finding an audience in six languages: English, Russian, Indonesian Bahasa, Turkish, Malayalam, and Thai.

Order the paperback and read excerpts, comments and reviews by clicking HERE, or press the Sufi Novel tab at top. For Master of the Jinn as an Ebook for only $5.00, click HERE.

Ya Haqq!


12 Responses to Master of the Jinn in Thailand and India

  1. koonj says:

    Thai and Malayalam, how wonderful mashaallah! congratulations!

  2. Sumera says:

    Mash’Allah, your novel is really going far! :)

  3. almiskeenah says:

    Assalamu alaikum dear brother Irving,
    that is SPLENDID and EXCITING news, SubhanAllah! May many more such novels fall from your pen, inspiring others with your unique and fascinating style, Ameen.
    Wassalamu alaikum

  4. Mussawira says:

    Assalaamu ‘alaykum

    Dear Brother Irving, your novel deserves it.

    May it be translated into sixty languages, for the pleasure of many readers.

    You also deserve it, because of your steadfastness.

    Much love,

  5. Irving says:

    Salaam Dear Sisters:

    Thank you all for the kind comments :) Alhamdulillah! Believe me, all that is good in the novel was Allah-inspired. All errors are my own doing.

    Love and Chocolate


    Ya Haqq!

  6. Abdur Rahman says:

    Salaams Irving bhai,

    Ma sha Allah. Al hamdu lillah. Well, it just shows you what good intentions can do.

    Ya Haqq!

    Abdur Rahman

  7. Suroor says:

    Mashallah! That is awesome. Congratulations!!

  8. many congratulations. i noticed that it recently appeared on my “recommended books” list on based on my previous purchases….

    evidently you have readers who also like german and french philosophy? :D

    seriously, i think it showed up when i purchased the translation of the meccan revelations.

    very impressive for a self-published novel! i hope it continues to find an audience.


  9. Asiya says:

    Congratulations! InshaAllah once I get a debit card, I’ll be able to order it, I’ve wanted to read it for a while.

  10. Stranger says:

    Brother Irving – i’m sorry but i’ve fallen asleep on page 15 or 16 and have’nt past the page in the last 2 months lol my bad !!!

  11. Irving says:

    Thank you all, Dear Brothers and Sisters, for your kind comments.

    And Alhamdulillah, dear Stranger, that the book has helped you sleep :) At least it has some small value lol.

    Ya Haqq!

  12. asifa sheikh says:

    Br. Irving, Maasha’Allah, I just finished reading all of your beautiful sufi novel. Muslims and Non-Muslims alike can enjoy and derive great benefit from your work! I loved most that wonderful portrayal of the powerful relationship between Shaykh and Student as well as the beautiful descriptions of what it “feels” like to be part of a community of brothers and sisters who are wayfarers on the path to Allah. I appreciated my own Shaykh even more and thanked Allah for guiding me to brethren, on my own Tariqah as well as on other blessed Tariqahs, who are the most blessed of company to keep in this dunya! It is as if the lightly scented mists of Jannah pervade our encounters, ever easing the difficulties of dunya, ever reminding of the Final Abode. May we all reach that Home in the best of states (ameen)! with love, your sister asifa.

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