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The book is about two races who live on two different planets. The story revolves around a team which is sent on a mission to the new planet where recently a new life form has been detected. There is an interesting love story in the midst of all the adventures that this team deals with. Check out its preview and eventually the book to know more about the uncertainties of a "DIFFERENT WORLD". Also by the author are some poems that you can check out at : shubbankar.blogspot.com
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Oct 15, 2009"Creations is a wonderful novel, therefore a good start to your writing!" Though Creations is known as simply a science-fiction novel, in my opinion it is a mixture of the components of science fiction, adventure, and a small portion of historical fiction. In the beginning of the book, the descriptions were very well detailed that you can almost picture the events and the chracters too. However, there is a lacking of the setting of Planet Delphi and Tehar. There should some setting that shows what kind of planet the Coultans live in, describing the beauty of the planet. That way one can imagine what the planet look likes. Furthermore, I would like to comment on some parts of the book that could be extended, such as when the team decides that Robin should go and find someone who can fall madly in love with and can do anything for him. Robin then goes and just suddenly Susha starts loving him. In my opinion, love doesn't actually happen that fast and should have shown a more... More > practical approach of the meeting and interaction between Robin and Susha, instead of only one meeting. I personally didn't quite feel any connection between Susha and Robin, and one should to portray love as a powerful "force." Another place where the event could be extended was to twist on the event of finding out the creation and existence of the Planet Tehar, so then the novel gets more interesting. If these two events were elaborated more on, the novel would be more exciting with the sense of mystery and interesting with the sense of true love. Thus, I believe that the novel was too quick and fast-paced at these places, and should be slowed down in more details and story. One last thing that I would like to point out is at the very end when it shows that everyone is in Heaven and living peacefully, I don't undertstand why General Pakodan went to Heaven instead of Hell? He killed the king by treachery and abandoned the team that the King sent to Tehar. I also couldn't understand why the General and the King would then sit down together and play chess. Shouldn't they detest each other? Both of them were taking each other's lives. One thing that I would like to add is the structure of the quotations. Whenever a new character talks, a new paragraph is started. New quotations start with a new paragraph, so that it is easier for the reader to identify who is speaking. Despite the fast pace, I think for a first time writing a novel like this is brilliant and understanding. I really look forward to reading the next novel that ties with this one. This is certainly a great start and this novel truly shows that the author has great potential and has really developed his thoughts carefully. The characters' backgrounds are very strong and so is the story. I wish the author best of luck on the rest of the trilogy.< Less
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- by Shubbankar Singh (Standard Copyright License)
- Shubbankar Singh
- June 19, 2007
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Black & white
- 0.33 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 4.25 wide x 6.88 tall
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