Skymerge

Skymerge Written by international Award Winner Deepak Menon with a Readers Favorite Star review Skymerge is a sweeping well researched novel of the opening up of Space spanning Planets including Earth

  • Title: Skymerge
  • Author: Deepak Menon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Written by international Award Winner Deepak Menon, with a Readers Favorite 5 Star review, Skymerge, is a sweeping well researched novel of the opening up of Space, spanning 5 Planets including Earth, and a planet named Rukana where a major portion of the events comprising this amazing novel occur There are many heroes in this book and many heroines, each unforgettable wWritten by international Award Winner Deepak Menon, with a Readers Favorite 5 Star review, Skymerge, is a sweeping well researched novel of the opening up of Space, spanning 5 Planets including Earth, and a planet named Rukana where a major portion of the events comprising this amazing novel occur There are many heroes in this book and many heroines, each unforgettable with a unique personality distinctly different from any other protagonist in this book, or any other in its genre The book begins with a shattering prologue reminiscent of medieval times on Earth, yet relating to another Planet The story starts with the discovery of a Scroll and a Bracelet in a remote desert location in Africa, found in a geological layer dated a million years ago, before mankind manifested in its present form as a sentient species This seems impossible unless the artifacts are of extraterrestrial origin Alternating the chapters between Earth and other Planets, the story is skillfully built into a cohesive whole, bringing with it glimpses of different cultures, battles, and a war, as also a very human touch of love, affection, courage and wide ranging vision amongst the characters Inevitably the story builds up to Contact with the Aliens from the alien planet situated Light Years away, yet the conceptualization is well interwoven with the Laws of Physics Nature that the reader can not entirely discount the hard core science fiction concepts in Skymerge, since it retains an element of plausibility albeit minuscule, which is what this book is all about It successfully explores the outermost boundaries of physical constraints with the message that what may be fiction today, may be the facts of tomorrow Skymerge succeeds in effectively delivering a gripping adventure story based on hardcore astrophysics and astronomy to the layman, without straying too far into the realm of fantasy.

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    1. 5 STAR EDITORIAL REVIEW Reviewed by Lorena Sanqui for Readers' FavoriteWhen a comet was found to be headed straight for a collision with the planet Kriel, two spacecraft were created to save selected people who would propagate the race wherever they landed. One of the spacecraft landed on Rukana and the other on planet Earth. A bracelet and a scroll with some weird symbols on it were given to the commander of each ship. On planet Earth a million years later, two anthropologists find the bracelet [...]

    2. An archeological expedition (involving Saki and her mentor, Hoslop) discovers an ancient scroll along with a symbol covered bracelet in Africa. The only problem is that the artifacts are far more ancient than is humanly possible. The goosebumps started forming on my arms at that point. On another planet, Ruhan and Karala discover something similar, although their physical journey is quite different. Deepak Menon sets up the action for his story in a very compelling manner. If you enjoy sci-fi an [...]

    3. I honestly don't read much science fiction, but this one was a mind-boggling adventure from the brilliant mind of Deepak Menon who writes a fun, exciting fantasy. I highly recommend it.

    4. Skymerge by Deepak Menon is an interesting work of speculative fiction. The story is about how human civilisations on different planets make contact with each other, amidst political conspiracy and intrigue at their own home planets. First of all,it is commendable to see an Indian author come up with this kind of stuff, which is just epic in scale, for lack of a better work. Set across five planets, there are some wonderfully written scenes that would be breathtaking if this is made into a movie [...]

    5. Ruhan awakes - he is dazed and very weak, barely alive, a victim of a massive tsunami which has engulfed the main land mass of his planet Rukana. Squinting at the planet’s heavy red sun, he has little hope of survival. During a dig in the Sudan, young archaeologist Saki discovers two strange artefacts in strata dating from the Pleistocene era, meaning the items are over one million years old, which is impossible. Skymerge by Deepak Menon chronicles how the fates of these two individuals become [...]

    6. Skymerge opens with style of poetic 13th Century storytelling: presenting a mythology based upon a beginning opening out of an ending. It is here you first meet Ruhan facing suffrage in self-sacrifice to allow change to come to pass. As the story unfolds you get the feeling of a sense of war happening from a long time ago happening in the present time. Deepak’s use of poetic phrases centres throughout the story’s theme locking in past to a present time where one can see a merging between two [...]

    7. In the beginning I liked the story and expected a lot from it. The fact that the story is alternating between two different locations - earth and Rukana - was nice. But halfway through the book, the story became boring and badly written as if the author had been in a hurry to finish it.

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