For bait, he must have used alcohol, too, since it was the Achilles heel of the djinn.
"Arguing with Fra Tomasso is like trying wrestle a djinn," Daoud said.
If one lose one's way in Morocco, civilization vanishes as though it were a magic carpet rolled up by a djinn.
The djinn was in for a lifer, and was immortal; so thought Challis to himself.
If ever any Turk was fully convinced that a djinn had him, it must have been the sentry that Ken jumped on.
The djinn had been at once a triumph and a sad mistake of nature.
He tried frantically to kill de Gobignon and was no more able to do it than if the man were a djinn.
Anyway, there sure as hell weren't any djinn on Earth today.
Then there were djinn, a row of them standing side by side with feet firmly planted to make a barrier.
He is the slave of the djinn whom he has called from the unclean deeps.