“Sang Kromah’s enchanting fantasy, Djinn aims and succeeds in freeing the djinn from their demonized reputations and Hollywood images. This brilliant fantasy focuses on a teen girl whose peculiarities and strange abilities add up to one thing: she is in fact a djinn…”

-Julie S. Porter on Sang Kromah’s DJINN

Have you heard the story of the girl? The girl who stole powers meant for the Sun. The girl who couldn’t be found to be protected. The girl meant to save this world and the other. Have you heard? Have you heard?

– Sang Kromah

Silver Medalist in the Global Book Awards (formerly New York City Book Awards)!

Bijou Fitzroy is strange. As an empath, she has spent her entire life as a recluse, homeschooled by her secretive and overprotective grandmother, never allowed to stay in one place long enough to settle down and make friends. When Bijou and her grandmother move to Sykesville and she starts to attend the local high school, Bijou’s world begins to crumble… town locals begin to disappear, creatures from her nightmares come to life, and she finds herself at the center of a secret war fought all around her.

“A twisty page-turner rooted in folklore with a 21st century spin. The unfolding tale keeps the reader guessing right to the end.” Karen Eisenbrey author of The Gospel According to St. Rage and The Daughter of Magic Trilogy

Hauntingly captivating. Perfect for fans of The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer and all things myth and fantasy. I can’t wait to read the next one!” -YA Literature, Media, and Culture Research Network

“Sang Kromah weaves a tale rich in drama and TV melodrama! This is Buffy on acid, with all the colorful characters one would expect and more. Twists and turns – and twin heartthrobs – had me hooked from the start. A saga for the ages, and the teenagers.” – Micayla Lally author of A Work Of Art