Quanna is an account of otherworldly loathsomeness and tension after the life of an exceptionally beset man. As a youngster Mark loses his folks in a pile up and experiences childhood in care. Starting here on he always looks for answers to his desolate life and breathes easy because of the otherworldly world through the assistance of Emine, a Turkish visionary. Stamp’s fortunes is by all accounts on the up when he meets a gathering of new companions, Adam, Sarah and Emma, however he picks not to regard the notice Emine gives him and welcomes them into his home. An agreement with a soul, the loss of something valuable to him and the foreswearing of the supplications of his companions sees the greater part of their lives sucked into a vacuum of dread and selling out from which they may stay away for the indefinite future.