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Hassan Elgendy

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Hassan Elgendy
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Hassan Elgendy...[1][2] is a young Egyptian writer and novelist whose name has been associated with the world of elves, goblins, old manuscripts, psycho-killers, and the horror world. His publications have garnered over 100,000 views on the internet. He gained significant popularity in and outside of Egypt through his trilogy (Bin Ishaq’s Manuscript) that was first published on Arabic forums and was later printed and distributed in Egyptian bookstores.

Thousands of people admired his writing style, that he worked on developing for the past years. His writing style is known by the simplicity of its expressions, his attention to the factor of suspense in his novels and exploring various taboo subjects. He said in an interview that he received many phone calls and messages asking for the phone numbers of certain characters from his novels. When he would answer and tell them that they are fictional characters, some would insist he is hiding their identities for security reasons.


  • Ibn Ishaq’s Manuscript[3] is marked by its intense depth and respect for the reader’s mind. The novel revolves around Yousef, who finds heritage books and archaeological manuscripts by looking and exploring an area called Sour Al-Azbakeya in Egypt. Through these manuscripts, Yousef discovers the strange events that happened to a man called Ibn Ishaq Al Baghdadi during his journey to Egypt, where he came across a village whose people were all dead. He discovered the secrets of their death through the manuscripts and discovered the way to summon a genie from the Jinn. He then searches the internet to uncover the secret of this traveler and how he was accused of heresy and black magic. The journey’s surprises with the manuscript start when Yousef shows what he found to his friends
  • Ibn Ishaq’s Manuscript-The City of the Dead[3] novel
  • Ibn Ishaq’s Manuscript-The Apostate[4] is the second installment in the Ibn Ishaq’s Manuscript novels. This novel enters the elf world with craftsmanship and ingenuity. The novel introduces the reader to the world of elves in a brilliant way and is considered a terrifying epic like the Lord of the Rings series, where the novel dealt with terrifying information about elves, Qareens, brass chambers, and apostasy hunters.
  • Ibn Ishaq’s Manuscript-The Returning[4] is the third installment in Ibn Ishaq’s Manuscript novels. This novel is a horrifying epic where the action takes place in the other world that we know nothing about. This novel dealt with that world from a perspective where there is no difference from the human world in terms of life, reproduction, reward, punishment, governance, and divine religions.
  • Smile, You’re Dead[5] novel revolves around an apartment in Downtown Cairo, which the owners have been away from. The landlord rents the apartment to a number of people who discover the apartment’s dark secrets that date back to the 1950’s; then the story turns tragic. The author was able to describe with detail haunted houses using Egyptian humor and added some aspects of Egyptian, Arabic, and religious metaphysics as well as scientific interpretations to the novel.
  • In the Presence of the Elves consists of two short stories that hold a lot of the writer’s spirit.  His typical sarcastic horror style is present. It also includes the aspects of mystery, horror, thriller, and a sense of humor in an interesting work of literature.
  • Half Dead, Buried Alive is an interesting novel that revolves around an incident that happens daily, in which the writer used it to weave a literary novel in which he discusses horror issues. The novel branches out to many incidents that appeared recently like a car collision, social corruption, people who sold their conscience, and divine punishment. The writer discusses all these topics in a literary work with intriguing language and writing style.
  • A Night in Hell – Abu Khutwa’s House novel. The author said about this novel: “I spent my childhood and teen years passing this house and I was dying of curiosity to know why people feared it; I got the courage and knew what happened, and I regretted it so I decided to write about the house.”
  • An Interview with a Horror Writer is a story collection that consists of conversations in Egyptian dialogue between three young men during a brain surgery when suddenly they hear strange noises. They hear those noises from time to time later on. It was written in a smooth approach that leaned more into satire.
  • Hekayat Farghaly El Mestekawy: My Story with Kafr Alsahlawiya is a satire story collection that revolves around Farghali Al-Mestkawi. It has themes of terror, elves, and haunted houses, in addition to containing a great deal of comedy and funny situations.
  • A Night in Hell – A Rasad is a tale that is interwoven between different times about the Ancient Egyptian civilization and its secrets and the different energies buried in archaeological tombs, whether natural, chemical, mechanical or even spiritual like Jinn and manuscripts from the Islamic civilization in Egypt and physical theories about the space-time and the intelligence war between Egypt and the Soviet Union in the 1960s.
  • “O3zoreny and Other Fears”[3] is the author's first attempt to write a horror short story collection. It is about magical drawings of an ancient Chinese legend about people emerging from the paintings[3]
  • The Butcher is one of his novels in which he mixes horror and murder with a social humanitarian issue characterized by a plot and an interesting style. Revenge dominates the plot of the story, where the novel shows what being oppressed is like and how a serial killer is born from stupid people’s actions.  The story goes from one oppressive and another oppressed and the end jumps from one place to another.


  1. "حسن الجندي: الصغار بيحبوا كتب الخيال العلمي والرعب - مصر - الوطن" [Hassan El-Gendy: Young people love science fiction and horror books - Egypt - Al-Watan]. 2021-01-03. Archived from the original on 2021-01-03. Retrieved 2022-04-11.
  2. "حسن الجندي .. أدب رعب قائم بذاته | 22عربي" [Hassan Al-Jundi.. A stand-alone horror literature | 22 Arabic]. 2021-01-03. Archived from the original on 2021-01-03. Retrieved 2022-04-11.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 "What differentiates me is my style of western horror writing: Hassan El-Gendy". January 18, 2015. Retrieved 2022-04-27.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Hassan Elgendy Shelf". Retrieved 2022-04-27.
  5. "حسن الجندى – قهوة 8 غرب | قهوتك بطعم الكتب" [Hassan El-Gendy - Coffee 8 West | Your coffee with the taste of books] (in العربية). Retrieved 2022-04-27.

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