431 Years of Death: The Origin

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The future is not always beautiful. It's could be rather unpredictable, considering the precipice we are pushing our planet towards. What if a person dead today is reanimated then? She will face a raging planet and hostile humanity; fragmented by disputes of resources which are inadequate. Some will be powerful and endowed and will deprive the weak of them. There will be more 431 years after...... More
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About Divya Singh

I am educated in management and law and setting up an apparel manufacturing business. Started writing very recently. My genres would be, science-fiction, horror and perhaps medical. I am writing many books together; looking forward to publishing them soon.

I am a person who gets bored easily; all my books will be concerned with getting you glued to the storyline and concept and I will try to keep the flow going, because I don't wish to create something that will be onerous and a waste of your time.

My books although not inadequate will be concise enough to keep away from unnecessary literature, because they must serve the interest of the fast readers' segment, yet i will describe enough to give you the feel and relate it to empirical world.

My other ebook, which is a sci-fi is unfortunately stuck at Kindle, with exclusivity arrangement of KDP Select.
Please find it here:

The above sci fi work is one which took me a lot of effort! I am sure you would love reading it!

Note for the sci-fi genre: I will try to impart as much scientific validity to my works as the present day can afford, foregoing on the 'interesting front' somewhat. I am not a believer of unexplained dystopia or travels in space-time. I need reason and practical background to tie the loose ends.
I hope you will find my works interesting.


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Review by: 2011R 2011R on June 21, 2016 :
I will not call it a perfect read like others but rather it was a unique read for me. I am a layman who doesn't have an understanding of science but the story was really cool. I can recommend it to everyone now. A good page turner.
(review of free book)
Review by: Zack342 on June 21, 2016 :
I think that this book is totally different and fresh. If I have read n number of science fiction they are more or less all space opera or robotic. But this one goes nowhere remains on the ocean and gives you so much that you can see the whole universe from there. Direct dialogues and easy read. It flows so smoothly that a time starved person like me took 3 days to finish it. I am still enchanted by it and will remember the story and characters forever. It has made a deep impact on me. It says 'to be continued' so I am eagerly waiting for the next one. Please bring it on soon!
(review of free book)
Review by: Dani SH on May 16, 2016 : (no rating)
BTW, it needs to be in Apocalypse. Putting it for dystopia was incorrect for a move
(review of free book)
Review by: Dani SH on May 16, 2016 :
I read the last three chapters first. I thought lets just see. But such a unique concept. Especially the descent directly into the Mariana Trench and double Tsunami impact is unimaginable. I agree with the first reviewer. It may be possible in future but first let's plant trees on the land itself. Remaining in ship was their plight. I want to see where it goes from here. I am reading that part where they have the restaurant. Seems interesting!
LLove and luck! 5 stars!
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Review by: MHorror on May 14, 2016 :
BTW, If scientists learn about this book, they must consider growing trees like the way this book is doing! I had to sit down and think about the concept. Hundreds of years spent on a sea; is it possible? Could it happen even in distant future? Every answer was made available in yes. Yes, it can be done!! Trees and food grown on a ship, solar plant energy, desalination can be done? This is impossible today, but it won't be so anymore in the future! I am so astonished! Nobody got off the ship and yet everything was available for centuries! Didn't know a ship could be so wonderful!
A dystopian ship where I would like to go! It's so exciting! LOL
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Review by: MHorror on May 14, 2016 :
I don't do sci-fi that much but I thought I should try this writer the second time. I loved his thriller. This story is basically intensely scientific. I don't know about the smart kids but I am not one of them. But I understood the book somewhat. Last couple of chapters made me love this book. I liked the oceans, new lands and Tsunamis. I llove horror and this book thankfully covered that part too! I am glad that horror and sf were merged in this freebie.
I did not understand the engineering of the ship. Author should be more descriptive and give the reader more to think. Cloning is already very tough but it was not scientifically described in it. Thank God!
Overall, one should get this free gift from the author as soon as he sees this. It's a lovely treat. It's the first time that I care for a sequel. Bring it on, man!
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