Adeerus Ghayan

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Adeerus Ghayan
Born Pakistan
Occupation Novelist, writer
Language English language
Genre Terrorism, Science fiction, Biopunk
Notable works Bullets and Train, The Scriptwriter, Ibil

Adeerus Ghayan is a Pakistani novelist who writes in the English and Urdu languages.

Writing career

Ghayan's first English novel was published in 2014. Since then he has published eleven books in English.[1] His novels focus on religio-politico-military issues. Eight of his English novels are available for sale in the United Kingdom. He has written numerous short stories. Additionally, he has also co-authored a book on Autism.

His recent novel The Scriptwriter has caused considerable controversy by touching a number of sensitive issues like American President's involvement in Pakistani politics,[2] Pakistani military controlling political parties and Pakistan's involvement in the current crisis in the Middle East.[3]

His Urdu books are only available in Pakistan.



Non Fiction

  • Ideology of Islam (2014)
  • History of Islam (2014)
  • Reducing Autism Poisoning Impacts (2014)

Notable Short Stories


  1. ^ Adeerus Ghayan. "Adeerus Ghayan". Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  2. ^ "Ruminating Pathankot".
  3. ^ "Book review : Adeerus Ghayan's novel, The Scriptwriter – a unique entry in Pakistan's literary scenario". Archived from the original on 2016-02-07.
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