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Adam the Martian 1

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Adam is an architect who works and manages various works mainly in the Martian region of Cydonia, but also builds his works all over the planet. His buildings are pyramids, obelisks, statues, sphinxes, effigies, ziggurats, great monuments and architectural works. Under the orders of the king and with a group of expert builders, he built his works day and night all over the planet. On the other hand, their works and the society of their planet are threatened by leaders who arrive on a nearby planet, who threatens them to invade them and steal the natural and mineral resources of the planet and all their works and bring them back to his planet Maldek. The beings on this planet possess spectacular technology and Adam and his friends are afraid of massive thefts and requisition of everything that belongs to them. The situation, though rarely difficult, is mitigated by the great pharaonic works that Adam and his builders make on the planet Mars. Site: http://adamthemartian.mex.tl
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Product Details

ISBN
9781678180799
Edition
First Edition
Published
March 23, 2020
Language
English
Pages
98
File Format
PDF
File Size
6.28 MB
Product ID
24478099

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