Creation Wars : The Earth Unites
Nishant joshi

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Synopsis

The story revolves about three aliens whose planetary system has been captured by another alien race. These three aliens coincidentally arrive on Earth by somehow escaping from their home planet.

After reaching Earth they meet two young boys Nishant and Amit who get exposed to a load of amazing alien technologies such as a mind reading machine which can read thoughts from the other person’s mind, a future predicting machine which can accurately predict the future, a machine which can produce anything that its user can imagine, a machine which can exchange the human and alien DNA’s, teleportals, worm holes and a lot more.

The aliens tell that their enemies are still after them and they would soon come to Earth and not only kill them but also annihilate the planet.

The only way to defend Earth is when the whole world stands united against the upcoming threat. The combined strength of alien weapons and technology and the unity of the people on Earth is the only way against the upcoming invasion.

They shift their base from Mumbai to the capital city of Delhi so as to give this message to the prime minister of India and then to the whole world.

Thus at last the aliens along with the two boys successfully unite all the countries of the world and are now ready and equipped to fight against the upcoming death.

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Naren Dutta

Awesome job, if you want people to doze off to sleep. The story line seems to be heading somewhere, but I have no clue where. The chapter sizes are monstrous and character details very heavy.
However, you have some real talent, if only you could flip this story into a fast paced one, I think people might actually invest their time reading the manuscript.
All the best.

May 16 '16
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Anish Patilkar

The story is great. after some improvement this one can be a book with potential market :)

Jan 27 '16
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Deepti Sehgal

I found the plot very shallow and too dragged out.

Jan 27 '16
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Geetha Krishnan

Concept seem to be good, but language needs work. Narration was very dragging at places.

Dec 17 '15
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Deepak Kaul

I could not get past the grammatical errors in the first three paras.

Nov 20 '15
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About the author

Nishant joshi Follow

Engineer by work but writer by choice. I Like science fiction and I am a huge fan of Dragon ball Z. Now it's time for India to create a benchmark in science fiction and I take that responsibility!!!