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A wicked fugit has summoned apocalypse on the land of Tomarkus, which has forced thousands of others like Ariet to rot in a deadly prison on the planet. Ariet, now Mesek’s foremost spy, sets about to unearth the plans of the regime but has no idea that an age-old secret— A journal that holds a terrifying tale of betrayal, the secret of their origins—is waiting for him on t A wicked fugit has summoned apocalypse on the land of Tomarkus, which has forced thousands of others like Ariet to rot in a deadly prison on the planet. Ariet, now Mesek’s foremost spy, sets about to unearth the plans of the regime but has no idea that an age-old secret— A journal that holds a terrifying tale of betrayal, the secret of their origins—is waiting for him on the other side. Ariet’s eyes conflagrate with the fires of revenge as he learns about all the lies and the illusions. But the question that looms large is how would he defeat a disembodied enemy, someone who is hiding, waiting in ambush with his keen evil eyes for the right moment to take over Tomarkus? Tomarkus, the instant Thriller Scifi hit, features a unique world-building craft and a whole gang of quirky, yet stylish characters to feast upon.


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A wicked fugit has summoned apocalypse on the land of Tomarkus, which has forced thousands of others like Ariet to rot in a deadly prison on the planet. Ariet, now Mesek’s foremost spy, sets about to unearth the plans of the regime but has no idea that an age-old secret— A journal that holds a terrifying tale of betrayal, the secret of their origins—is waiting for him on t A wicked fugit has summoned apocalypse on the land of Tomarkus, which has forced thousands of others like Ariet to rot in a deadly prison on the planet. Ariet, now Mesek’s foremost spy, sets about to unearth the plans of the regime but has no idea that an age-old secret— A journal that holds a terrifying tale of betrayal, the secret of their origins—is waiting for him on the other side. Ariet’s eyes conflagrate with the fires of revenge as he learns about all the lies and the illusions. But the question that looms large is how would he defeat a disembodied enemy, someone who is hiding, waiting in ambush with his keen evil eyes for the right moment to take over Tomarkus? Tomarkus, the instant Thriller Scifi hit, features a unique world-building craft and a whole gang of quirky, yet stylish characters to feast upon.

30 review for Tomarkus and the Betrayed Planet: (ebook)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Agirlwithherbooks

    Tomarkus and the Betrayed Planet by Vishal Ved is a book that's gonna be on my mind for a long time. Ariet is left to rot in prison, alongside thousands of prisoners, where he finds a kindred soul in Cenoy, she stands up for him and when they get a chance to get out of this hell to fight against injustice, they jump on it. But when Ariet stumbles upon on a journal they reveals horrifying truths about the planet Tomarkus and it's origin, he set out on a path of pure chaos and danger to save the sl Tomarkus and the Betrayed Planet by Vishal Ved is a book that's gonna be on my mind for a long time. Ariet is left to rot in prison, alongside thousands of prisoners, where he finds a kindred soul in Cenoy, she stands up for him and when they get a chance to get out of this hell to fight against injustice, they jump on it. But when Ariet stumbles upon on a journal they reveals horrifying truths about the planet Tomarkus and it's origin, he set out on a path of pure chaos and danger to save the slaves of Hydus city with the help of Cenoy and Griex. This book was hauntingly beautiful, I feel Vishal Ved is a master of world building, be it deadly dessert or dangerous Forest filled with fantastical flora and fauna it was delight to read. I was equally enchanted by the characters be it Ariet, Cenoy, Griex or Mesak. It was a good character driven tale with betrayals and sacrifice, harrowing secrets and heartbreaking deaths. 🌟🌟🌟🌟

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sanna G. Ståhl

    RTC! ❤️

  3. 5 out of 5

    Leel Vinod

    Well Scripted Sci-Fi and a wonderful journey to Tomarkus I like the way the plot builds on, with every chapter. Few unexpected twists and the pace of the book made me travel through the whole book in a single go. My favorite characters are 1) Griex , 2) Cenoy 3) Ariet 4)Hak. I could relate Griex as "hodor"(GOT) of TOMARKUS. The story brings out a whole new world of imagination and also equips a touch of betrayal, love and social consciousness. The story revolves around various unique destinatio Well Scripted Sci-Fi and a wonderful journey to Tomarkus I like the way the plot builds on, with every chapter. Few unexpected twists and the pace of the book made me travel through the whole book in a single go. My favorite characters are 1) Griex , 2) Cenoy 3) Ariet 4)Hak. I could relate Griex as "hodor"(GOT) of TOMARKUS. The story brings out a whole new world of imagination and also equips a touch of betrayal, love and social consciousness. The story revolves around various unique destinations starting from the weird prison to the deadly desert and the beautiful Highlands. The odiums and seteks. The author has brought novelty in every sense to the story. Looking forward to travel to the next planet.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Saurabh Lal

    A very nicely described new world with different sets of life. A mix of science and fantasy. Well developed characters and story which make you wonder what's gonna happen next. Enjoyed it. A very nicely described new world with different sets of life. A mix of science and fantasy. Well developed characters and story which make you wonder what's gonna happen next. Enjoyed it.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Pentastic

    Overall: 3/5 Cover and title: 4.5/5 (This cover works like an irresistible bait for us readers, like an electric magnet that pulls us in masses like chips of iron. And as far as the title is concerned, I would have liked: Hydus: The Slave City more. 😊) Language/Writing style: 2.5/5 (Writing style is clearly that of a debutant, full of clichés and worn out similes. Most of the times, the writer is just telling and not showing which dulls the plot, but I believe all it will certainly impro Overall: 3/5 Cover and title: 4.5/5 (This cover works like an irresistible bait for us readers, like an electric magnet that pulls us in masses like chips of iron. And as far as the title is concerned, I would have liked: Hydus: The Slave City more. 😊) Language/Writing style: 2.5/5 (Writing style is clearly that of a debutant, full of clichés and worn out similes. Most of the times, the writer is just telling and not showing which dulls the plot, but I believe all it will certainly improve with time. And talking about dialogues, they more often than not, put you off.) Story/Plot: 3.5/5 (Splendid plot! And if only … if only it were a detailed book like Percy series and that with proper backstories of its main characters, it would have been even better.) Characters: 3/5 (Their names: God! I absolutely adore all of the names: Ariet, Cenoy, Mesek, Hak, Griex, Moug, Xena and others, but because it is a short book, the writer seems to have run out of space and so, there isn’t enough room for each character to breath properly. You feel something missing in them like they are just made of plastic. Plus, their emotions seem to be sitting right there on their heads ready to roll down almost in any situation however bland.) Climax: 3.5/5 (Climax has been written well. It stands out from the rest of the novel. In fact, the majority of the entertaining part belongs only to the beginning and the ending.) ----------------------------- For: For those who like reading fast pace adventures with endless twists and turns. Not for: Do not read if you are considering this book as a serious Sci-Fi work. It is rather written in the style of a comic-book. Superfast Pace, one-dimensional characters, and full drama. ----------------------------- Review (Without spoiler) The fugits (Folks) of Hydus do not know they are slaves and the ones among them who end up in Carcerem (prison) are forced to die from lack of Dueso (oxygen) or overwork. MOX, a privileged group, is using their dead bodies to feed the plants to produce more Dueso as the whole planet is facing serious deficiency in the life-saving gas’s supply due to some vile fungi. Ariet and Cenoy, two fugits from Hydus, are prisoners in Carcerem. One day, two rebels of MOX, Mesek, and Hak come to help them escape the prison and to ask them to join their fight against the oppressors. The two join them but little do they know about their real intentions as things are more complicated than they seem to be. And when all the truth comes out in the open, the two find themselves cornered by the circumstances and even if Griex, the outcast, has pledged his loyalty to them until all it gets over, the brave duo can lose their lives in their quest to free Hydus from slavery. ---------------------- My verdict: As a debutant, the author has done a tremendous job. His imagination takes you to the places you cannot even think of. But soon, like midway, I kind of started getting bored with the telling-but-not-showing style of writing as I wanted more of this imagination, and then came poorly crafted dialogues. The climax, though, revived me again. To sum up, it was a roller coaster ride. Sometimes I loved it. Sometimes I hated it. ------------------------- Favorite lines: The Ocean bed was scattered with the skeletons of the aquatic monsters that had once inhabited the waters, and Often broken fragments of these bones could be found floating on the surface or cast upon distant shores after cyclones. “We know more about you than you know about yourself, Kiro.”, Hak snapped. The Citris, glinting behind the mist, was close to the water like it had just come out after a bath and the water was still dripping from its body. The bush swaying within the feeble breeze looked like a Kiro dancing in the magenta gaban. The shore was covered with similar bushes as though if they had all gathered for some ceremony. They ate until the last leaf was shared between them. The evening colors shifted to their darker shades and soon the sky turned into a salmon blanket garnished by twinkling stars and moons. Seteks had an inbuilt universal frequency generator to match the natural frequency of almost any object, including small domes and buildings. Fifty-six moons of considerable size orbited the planet like children playing around a parent. Ideas kept popping up in his mind all night, but none of them saw the light of day. Griex, in death, accomplished his life’s purpose.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Somya Sharma

    The book #tomarkusandthebetrayedplanet is written by @author_vishalved and believe me this is a book which will keep you glued to it! This is such an amazing book that it became bestseller on amazon in just 7days of launching💕and is being loved nationally as well as internationally😍 . . The writting style is one of the best things in this book. When you are gonna read it ,it is impossible to think that it a debut novel! Also the characters are on point,none of the characters goes out of the plot or s The book #tomarkusandthebetrayedplanet is written by @author_vishalved and believe me this is a book which will keep you glued to it! This is such an amazing book that it became bestseller on amazon in just 7days of launching💕and is being loved nationally as well as internationally😍 . . The writting style is one of the best things in this book. When you are gonna read it ,it is impossible to think that it a debut novel! Also the characters are on point,none of the characters goes out of the plot or scene 🔥,the adventures in this book creates a suspence with thriller which is another best thing of the book💞 . . About the book Cost-  Rs. 185 Genre -sci-fi thriller By- @author_vishalved Publishers- @bluerose_publishers . . Review- It is a story which plots that Fugits don't know that they are slaves and one of them end up in the prison,due to lack of oxygen(Dueso) on the planet he is forced to die! Whereas Mox,an imprtant group is using dead bodies of these Fugits to make oxygen for the survival. As soon the oxygen may get exhaust and the whole planet will suffer. Soon the plot shows that two fugits namely Ariet and Cenoy are locked up in the prison of Carcerem but they get help from Hak and Mesek(of Mox) to escape and save themselves. But was that true that they really helped Ariet and Cenoy so they can save their lifes?or there was something big planned?What happenes to the planet?will everyone will be able to survive?To know all this you need to grab out this copy as soon as possible💞 . . This was mine first sci-fi thriller and i think i am gonna love this genre more after reading @author_vishalved novel💞 Also the cover of the book took my heart😭😭its really mesmerizing and seeing the cover you can feel what might be there inside💞 Even i like the names the author kept unique from other books and carry a weight in themselves!!💕The whole book is literally mindblowing,interesting and attractive . . Ratings-5/5🔥 .

  7. 5 out of 5

    Dalbir Singh

    "I believe alien life is quite common in the universe, although intelligent life is less so: Stephen Hawking" Do you think aliens exist? If yes, What about their population, pollution, and politics? How awe-inspiring it would be to get confirmation that we are not alone in the universe, to finally speak to an alien race. Wouldn't it? Tomarkus is a planet far away from Earth. Both planets have different crises. Earth's oxygen is not pure while Tomarkus's "oxygen" is falling off. Ariet and Cenoy are "I believe alien life is quite common in the universe, although intelligent life is less so: Stephen Hawking" Do you think aliens exist? If yes, What about their population, pollution, and politics? How awe-inspiring it would be to get confirmation that we are not alone in the universe, to finally speak to an alien race. Wouldn't it? Tomarkus is a planet far away from Earth. Both planets have different crises. Earth's oxygen is not pure while Tomarkus's "oxygen" is falling off. Ariet and Cenoy are the lead protagonists of the story and they met each other for the first time in CCD. Oops!! Time to clear the cloud of my imagination as they met each other in Carcerem, the prison in Tomarkus. With each passing day, both were hoping to get out of the prison as it was like a hell to live inside. God answered their prayers to get out of the prison but the definition of "hell" was enlarged. "If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things: Albert Einstein" Few backs ago, I picked my first science - fiction and trust me I was not impressed. I am grateful to the author for giving different avatars to my experience. I am impressed with the imagination of the author. No doubt, this piece of work is also sailing in the sea of "twists and turns" with a beautiful message taking a nap on its surface. I think he has huge potential to entertain us with his creativity in the upcoming years. If you love sci-fi then go for it as it will surely add a new experience to your fantasy world.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jyoti

    So this is about Tomarkus the betrayed planet. Why betrayed? Because it's running low on dueso which is like oxygen to the fugits, the inhabitants. But living a half life due to scarcity of dueso isn't the only problem that the fugits are dealing with. Just like a few humans on the earth, there are greedy and selfish fugits on tomarkus too who have enslaved other fugits in the carcerem, forcing them to live their worst nightmares. Ariet and Cenoy are one of the prisoners. Ariet doesn't know wher So this is about Tomarkus the betrayed planet. Why betrayed? Because it's running low on dueso which is like oxygen to the fugits, the inhabitants. But living a half life due to scarcity of dueso isn't the only problem that the fugits are dealing with. Just like a few humans on the earth, there are greedy and selfish fugits on tomarkus too who have enslaved other fugits in the carcerem, forcing them to live their worst nightmares. Ariet and Cenoy are one of the prisoners. Ariet doesn't know where he came from. Cenoy has been tortured in horrendous ways. How are they supposed to free themselves? What is their past? Who are MOX? Did they have any role to play in the prisoners' fates? Or was it someone very close... Who betrayed Tomarkus as people. When I first started reading I was instantly impressed with the character of Cenoy. She's as bold as Angelina Jolie. Now, Ariet the protagonist is an intellectual and finds unusual solutions to problems. The Enmity between Calamus and Marcamaayu, two divisions on the planet, will take the reader on an unexpected journey. There will be characters who will risk it all for the greater good. The author has definitely put a lot of effort in creating this completely different world for the reader. I enjoyed it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    David Baird

    I wanted so much to like this book..the plot itself is rather interesting with some really good twists that I found brilliant. The issue is the story is in English but English clearly isnt the author’s first language so there are a few grammatical errors that just scream "editing" to me..Either the editor of the book isn’t that good at English or the book just wasn’t edited well if at all.. If it had been I would have given a four star for sure. I don't usually comment of spelling and grammar as I I wanted so much to like this book..the plot itself is rather interesting with some really good twists that I found brilliant. The issue is the story is in English but English clearly isnt the author’s first language so there are a few grammatical errors that just scream "editing" to me..Either the editor of the book isn’t that good at English or the book just wasn’t edited well if at all.. If it had been I would have given a four star for sure. I don't usually comment of spelling and grammar as I’m no expert myself but when the errors stop me reading.. I just can't ignore it. As a debut book I think the author has done very well and with more editing he'd have a sure hit. The plot itself was intriguing from the first page and I enjoyed the development so I hope the author may see my comments and take them the way I mean them..positive..

  10. 5 out of 5

    Divya

    Tomarkus : Suffering of the land by Vishal Ved is like science fiction. What would happen on earth if oxygen starts decreasing ? The author has created a similar effect by introducing Dueso which is life on the slowly dying due to its decrease . The inhabitants are fugits and decide to kill large mammals . Fungi mountains are growing fast and the oceans are also full of it . We all understand the havoc caused by microorganisms could be lethal to human race . I appreciate his vivid description. The s Tomarkus : Suffering of the land by Vishal Ved is like science fiction. What would happen on earth if oxygen starts decreasing ? The author has created a similar effect by introducing Dueso which is life on the slowly dying due to its decrease . The inhabitants are fugits and decide to kill large mammals . Fungi mountains are growing fast and the oceans are also full of it . We all understand the havoc caused by microorganisms could be lethal to human race . I appreciate his vivid description. The story becomes intense when the character of Ariet's and Cenoy are introduced . Even in challenging situations they stick to each other . I personally enjoyed Ch 8 which displayed the feeling of freedom both the characters feel .

  11. 5 out of 5

    Arya

    Tomarkus and the Betrayed Planet is rich in imagination and a very driven plot. Two prisoners escape jail only to find themselves in the middle of a war. I don't read science fiction much as they are often dark but Tomarkus was this fictional world of adventure where I was never bored and I was on the edge of my seat with its intensity. The story is about friendships, betrayals, slavery and climate change. The author did great with his plot and his characters that feel real rather than wannabe s Tomarkus and the Betrayed Planet is rich in imagination and a very driven plot. Two prisoners escape jail only to find themselves in the middle of a war. I don't read science fiction much as they are often dark but Tomarkus was this fictional world of adventure where I was never bored and I was on the edge of my seat with its intensity. The story is about friendships, betrayals, slavery and climate change. The author did great with his plot and his characters that feel real rather than wannabe superheroes. There were grammatical mistakes which didn't ruin the reading experience much but just pointing it out. The writing was fast paced which is apt for this genre.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Nida Fatima

    My review of the book Tomarkus and the betrayed planet - The plot revolves around the lives of Ariet and Cenoy, who are on the verge to save planet Tomarkus from the declining percentage of dueso. This sci-fi fantasy is a splendid master piece penned down by the author. I was totally galvanized going through the book. The story is fascinating and kept me intrigued till the end. All the characters were effectively developed throughout the story. The narration was comprehensive yet magnificent. The My review of the book Tomarkus and the betrayed planet - The plot revolves around the lives of Ariet and Cenoy, who are on the verge to save planet Tomarkus from the declining percentage of dueso. This sci-fi fantasy is a splendid master piece penned down by the author. I was totally galvanized going through the book. The story is fascinating and kept me intrigued till the end. All the characters were effectively developed throughout the story. The narration was comprehensive yet magnificent. The cover of the book is also captivating. Nida Fatima

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sri Harsha

    Tomarkus is my first Sci-Fi novel, I have a strong inclination towards Sci-Fi and watched many Sci-Fi movies. Tomarkus is no less than a movie and has been thrilling all along infact I never even thought that a book written by a debut author could be so concrete that the reader feels as if he/she is in the world of Tomarkus along with the characters. The suspense, the sceneries, the twists and the creative thinking of the writer has made the novel amazing. What I would like to say is its a must Tomarkus is my first Sci-Fi novel, I have a strong inclination towards Sci-Fi and watched many Sci-Fi movies. Tomarkus is no less than a movie and has been thrilling all along infact I never even thought that a book written by a debut author could be so concrete that the reader feels as if he/she is in the world of Tomarkus along with the characters. The suspense, the sceneries, the twists and the creative thinking of the writer has made the novel amazing. What I would like to say is its a must read for Sci-Fi fans.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sakshi

    I choose this book because of the title and I must say I'm not surprised. This was my first sci-fi book and the story was amazing with all those strong characters. The first few chapters set a strong descriptive background of the planets and as the story proceeds, you will find yourself gripped to the story. The plot twists in the ending chapters had me. It's a little overwhelming at first with all the details and new terminology but as I got the hang of it, I had to finish the story as soon as I choose this book because of the title and I must say I'm not surprised. This was my first sci-fi book and the story was amazing with all those strong characters. The first few chapters set a strong descriptive background of the planets and as the story proceeds, you will find yourself gripped to the story. The plot twists in the ending chapters had me. It's a little overwhelming at first with all the details and new terminology but as I got the hang of it, I had to finish the story as soon as I could. It was a good read for me. If you are a reader who likes sci-fi, you would like it too.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Shreya

    This is an amazing book with lot of suspense , thrill and twists . This is a science fiction novel and I totally enjoyed reading it the imagination power of the author is incredible it feels like you are present at the moment . The story revolves around aliens and it is very fascinating to read such new and interesting things . Language used is simple and easy to understand and narration done is very well . Must read 😍❤️

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rira

    Tomarkus is a planet inhabited by Fugits, a humanoid alien race. The dueso they breathe is depleted at an alarming rate due to algae that infested the oceans. In the slave city Hydus, buried deep underground, horrible practices ensure that the elites never run out of slaves. In the prison of Carcerum, two fugits meet by chance and their journey begins into rebellion and betrayal. In the rebel city of Marcamayu, there lie buried secrets that can turn the tables for the rebels. The enemy fort Cala Tomarkus is a planet inhabited by Fugits, a humanoid alien race. The dueso they breathe is depleted at an alarming rate due to algae that infested the oceans. In the slave city Hydus, buried deep underground, horrible practices ensure that the elites never run out of slaves. In the prison of Carcerum, two fugits meet by chance and their journey begins into rebellion and betrayal. In the rebel city of Marcamayu, there lie buried secrets that can turn the tables for the rebels. The enemy fort Calamus hides yet another truth that might change the fate of the planet forever. The author did not shy away from facts which is a big step considering this is a debut novel. This is a light read and can be easily finished over a tea break or two. The character developments were spot on. The narrative did get dragged in some places and the technical aspects should've been better explained. The author salvages it gracefully in the end with a hopeful climax.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Oindrila

    Recently i got my hands on this scientific fiction book named "Tomarkus and the Betrayed Planet: A 100% alien fiction novel without humans and earthly lifeforms" By author Vishal ved The author has beautifully portrayed the event with his imagination and the plots are extremely well narrated. One i personally like about the book is it is quite interesting and unpredictable Overall a great book for science fiction lover Recently i got my hands on this scientific fiction book named "Tomarkus and the Betrayed Planet: A 100% alien fiction novel without humans and earthly lifeforms" By author Vishal ved The author has beautifully portrayed the event with his imagination and the plots are extremely well narrated. One i personally like about the book is it is quite interesting and unpredictable Overall a great book for science fiction lover

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sireesha

    Tomarkus - The Betrayed Planet by Vishal is just an mind blowing story. This book is gifted to me by my friend and I am glad that she gifted me a wonderful book. I got goosebumps while reading the book. The twists and turns in the story made me to complete the story in one sitting only. Language is simple without any grammatical errors.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Nishita Patil

    The main reason to choose this book is it's book cover. I just loved it at the first sight I saw it. So immediately I bought it. I enjoyed reading the book. The book is 1000times more than my expectations. I loved Ariet and Cenyon characters alot. I should appreciate Author for writing this extraordinary piece of writing. The main reason to choose this book is it's book cover. I just loved it at the first sight I saw it. So immediately I bought it. I enjoyed reading the book. The book is 1000times more than my expectations. I loved Ariet and Cenyon characters alot. I should appreciate Author for writing this extraordinary piece of writing.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Komal(Aadya)

    Tomarkus : and the betrayed planet by Vishal Ved is an intellect blowing blueprint.. This edition exists with the territory of explorations.. The columnist has forged a nation that is on the outrageous thresholds of our proficiency and intuition.. Narration mode, composing sculpture and terminology wielded giving rise to it a chef-d'oeuvre.. Have got to flip through. Tomarkus : and the betrayed planet by Vishal Ved is an intellect blowing blueprint.. This edition exists with the territory of explorations.. The columnist has forged a nation that is on the outrageous thresholds of our proficiency and intuition.. Narration mode, composing sculpture and terminology wielded giving rise to it a chef-d'oeuvre.. Have got to flip through.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Anuradha

    I read many books but this book is just different and I enjoyed alot while reading. The characters development in the group story got me hooked to the story. And I also found that this is the first book in which there are no humans. Language is also very good which is understandable. .

  22. 4 out of 5

    Christine Cowin

    Truth prevails Loved this story. It’s well written and a great storyline. A friendship will lead a couple to the truth about their real homeland. Slavery was created by evil people to serve their purpose. Slavery of their own kin. A great read. Love will always prevail.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Moksha Sheth

    I just completed reading it now only and I am just awestruck after reading it. It had many twists and turns and my guessing game continued until the last. Author narrated very well and I am just back from the Tomarkus. For scientific book lovers it is the best book

  24. 5 out of 5

    Coco.V

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  25. 5 out of 5

    Anurag Kumar

    The book Tomarkus and the Betrayed Planet is an amazing book based on the life of aliens.I like it as I love to read sci-fi novels and about the life on other planets.Reading the book transform my imagination to that planet only as I was there with them fighting with the lack of oxygen. The author has described every single details well, as it's impossible to say it was his first novel.am amazed to know that he has done a great work on his book.The language is also simple to understand by all.The The book Tomarkus and the Betrayed Planet is an amazing book based on the life of aliens.I like it as I love to read sci-fi novels and about the life on other planets.Reading the book transform my imagination to that planet only as I was there with them fighting with the lack of oxygen. The author has described every single details well, as it's impossible to say it was his first novel.am amazed to know that he has done a great work on his book.The language is also simple to understand by all.The cover of the book is a comic style but u all will like it. Thank you.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Melani Bose

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mohiddin

  28. 5 out of 5

    Satchidananda Murthy

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mohan

  30. 5 out of 5

    Pedro Correa

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