Above All Other Women , a Supernatural story | SparkaTale


Above All Other Women

By: D. Morgenstern

Status: Completed


Duha has become the bride of the jinn Baqir. Their marriage is the one great joy in her life, and she will let none other have her but this evil night spirit. A grotesque little tale of the darker possibilities in paranormal romance for those of us who like a change of pace. WARNING: This story delves heavily into themes of insanity, surgery, abortion and the seduction of an underaged girl. It is definitely meant for those who are at least 16+. Cover image by Edmund Dulac.

Created: November 20, 2013 | Updated: November 20, 2013

Genre : Supernatural

Language : English

Reviews: 2 | Rating:

Comments: 2

Favorites: 4

Reads: 1480

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1: I: Seduction 1807
2: II: Scream 612
3: III: Reconciliation 513
Total Wordcount: 2932

Reviews (2)

  • discarded account

    One word: GREAT It was so interesting, I just had to finish reading the entire story. Definitely a different topic and beautifully written! Cx

    January 28, 2015 Flag

  • Liz uli

    A fascinating tale with what I thought was a very satisfying ending. The conclusion wasn't what I was expecting--it was better. Though a little mature at times, a rather vivid and powerful story with dark, deep themes,

    November 20, 2013 Flag

Comments / Critiques

    • Chapter: 1 Reply

      This... is so interesting. I actually never saw anyone write a story based on jinn and the main character belonging in a Muslim family. This is definitely a different one and it's going great so far! :D 

      January 28, 2015 | discarded account

    • Chapter: 1 Reply

      Great concept. It is original, and seems well thought out. It's a simple read, and the chapters aren't so long to the point where it deters readers with shorter attention spans. It's also pretty amazing how much you can fit in so few words. I honestly have nothing bad to say about this, except that it is deserving of more attention. Great job!

      March 30, 2015 | Chris C. Gladsom