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I could really wish for something more than just a link.

While editing my manuscript by editor in my book publishing company, which is US based, Editor gave comments as Bellow 

“This is an interesting mix of history, philosophy—and superheroes! You really surprise the reader with the twists and turns your story  takes. When I started reading, I never envisioned ending the book with a  battle involving telepathy and martial arts. 

You have an interesting narrator in the form of Jai, a grandfather looking back at the earth after his death. This gives him—and your story—a unique perspective. Your story maintains its interest because it  takes so many forms—brief looks into history scattered among brief stories taking place at different times with different sets of characters. 

I must admit that I had to work hard to suspend my disbelief at times. (I wasn’t sure that the FBI would take a call about employing anti-telepathy devices seriously—at least in the world, as we know it today.) But, taking the superhero aspects of your story into account, it  worked. 


You also build reader interest by working in elements of their everyday lives—the fear of terrorist attack, for example. You allow the reader to face those fears and then build hope.” 

 

Very important thoughts from my book as below too...

"Nature sometimes tries to begin new changes in life or the world. In this process, nature puts creative and destructive thoughts in the human  mind. One single destructive and creative mind is able to bring global
changes in this world; that is called the power of thought. A great example of global change was World War II, caused by the one single mind  of Adolf Hitler. Nature brought a lot changes in this world with the help of Adolf Hitler’s destructive and creative mind. He wanted to make Germany powerful in this world.

In Indian history, Chanakya did everything possible for his Motherland like fighting with Greece and destroying the Nanda Dynasty. Both were the part of destruction, but both had different intensions and  methods of success.

But, one more bitter truth I have seen is that both have a common factor— both had feelings of revenge, and because of that, both died in unnatural ways."

   

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SHARAD KUMAR SONI said:

While editing my manuscript by editor in my book publishing company, which is US based, Editor gave comments as Bellow 

“This is an interesting mix of history, philosophy—and superheroes! You really surprise the reader with the twists and turns your story  takes. When I started reading, I never envisioned ending the book with a  battle involving telepathy and martial arts. 

You have an interesting narrator in the form of Jai, a grandfather looking back at the earth after his death. This gives him—and your story—a unique perspective. Your story maintains its interest because it  takes so many forms—brief looks into history scattered among brief stories taking place at different times with different sets of characters. 

I must admit that I had to work hard to suspend my disbelief at times. (I wasn’t sure that the FBI would take a call about employing anti-telepathy devices seriously—at least in the world, as we know it today.) But, taking the superhero aspects of your story into account, it  worked. 


You also build reader interest by working in elements of their everyday lives—the fear of terrorist attack, for example. You allow the reader to face those fears and then build hope.” 

 

Very important thoughts from my book as below too...

"Nature sometimes tries to begin new changes in life or the world. In this process, nature puts creative and destructive thoughts in the human  mind. One single destructive and creative mind is able to bring global
changes in this world; that is called the power of thought. A great example of global change was World War II, caused by the one single mind  of Adolf Hitler. Nature brought a lot changes in this world with the help of Adolf Hitler’s destructive and creative mind. He wanted to make Germany powerful in this world.

In Indian history, Chanakya did everything possible for his Motherland like fighting with Greece and destroying the Nanda Dynasty. Both were the part of destruction, but both had different intensions and  methods of success.

But, one more bitter truth I have seen is that both have a common factor— both had feelings of revenge, and because of that, both died in unnatural ways."

   

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