Slaves on Earth
Ravi Katare

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Synopsis

“You don’t have to possess superpowers to become a superhero.”

The novel "Slaves on Earth" revolves around a strong but a very common man Shashi with a very common lifestyle. The story begins when the narrator accidentally meets a stranger online, who inspires him to transform the story of his life into a story. The story happens in 3083 AD.

By 3083 AD, Planet Earth has very little space to accommodate the large population. So, huge towers that can accommodate population of all the continents are built. Shashi is a boy who lives with family in Asian Tower.

When aliens destroys planet Jupiter & decides to make Earth its next victim, the fight for life begins. People throughout the world, with skills and brains, unite together for the big fight. Shashi emerges out as a person, stronger and more powerful than ever. Shashi has to fight for his love, his life and human kind.

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Roma

Nice

Sep 13 '16
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asha

I lost interest in the first few pages. may be good for people who like science fic

Sep 11 '16
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meghna

oh. another science fic. don't want to read. sorry not my genre. nothing against the author

Sep 06 '16
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Sivan

Concept - interesting
Bad grammar
Story didn't draw me in
Needs a lot of polishing

Sep 05 '16
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Sheehan Shukla

First off, kudos to Ravi Katare for conceptualizing something like this. Truly, a refreshing concept!
The above four stars are for that only.
However, the language needs some vigorous polishing. The mistakes, grammatical & otherwise, robs the desire of reading any further.
If edited properly, this book could be the first of its kind in the Indian book market.

Sep 05 '16
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koni

It is full of grammatical inconsistencies and too crammed with facts in the first chapter. By the third chapter it gets a little better but the intricate plot requires a stronger writing skill. I laud the writer for this plot and this ambitious theme, but I strongly recommend getting the draft edited to make it readable.

Sep 02 '16
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Geetha Krishnan

Sorry, this does not make any sense to me.

Jul 22 '16
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Deepak Kaul

Good heavens. I did not even make it past two paras in the Prologue.

Jul 14 '16
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