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The Power of Change : The Machines of Mind and Heart

eBook (PDF), 185 Pages
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What would happen if the world has become ruled by one king where people share the same fate? And what if we can control the minds and hearts of human beings? This story tells about Sami, a young man dreaming of changing people's concepts for the better. Sharkaban is the king who succeeded to dominate the whole world with his mysterious ministers, he used everything for his own purposes; his palace exists on the moon. While Sina, the last inventor/scientist, stands in the way of injustice, he invented The Remote Mind Machine, and The Remote Heart Machine to fight Sharkaban, especially when fighting became no more efficient, but this scientist got killed by the soldiers of Sharkaban, he turned into a lost soul/ghost, later he meets a young man of twenty, Sami, to carry out this task. Sharkaban could only find the Heart Machine, and Sami tries to find the Mind Machine to change the effects of evil left by Sharkaban, and to fight Sharkaban, with the ghost of Sina.
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Khaled Benbouzid
Published
September 27, 2011
Language
English
Pages
185
File Format
PDF
File Size
662.67 KB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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