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Children of Time is the literature, thriller, paranormal and fiction novel which describe the journey of humans from earth to other planets. Adrian Tchaikovsky is the author of this remarkable book. Kern was the world renewed scientists and she tries different things with the passage of time. She set out a newly green planet and she wanted to release thousands of monkeys in. Kern wanted to see the evolution process and few of the monkeys are injected which increase their evolution processes many times. She thinks if the whole world demolishes in WWIII then maybe this planet may be used for living.
The scientist was doing great in her mind but things are not always as you dream. All the monkeys on the planet dead and their place are taken by spiders, ants, and beetles etc. The chaos increases the chances of war among the different countries and it can be started anytime. If the war begins, it means there is no life on earth. The ships are ready and just a few millions of people get the opportunity to book the ship. Just in a few days, the earth becomes one of the other planets where life is not possible. The ship is moving in the space for the ultimate space to live and when they found one its already late for them to make effort.
Details About Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky ePub
- Name: Children of Time
- Authors: Adrian Tchaikovsky
- Publish Date: June 1, 2015
- Language: English
- Genre: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Thriller, Adventure
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 3 MB
- Pages: 608
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 1447273281
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