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Mr. Idramla, a scientist, wakes up to a world he no longer remembers, his memories somehow erased after an explosion in PODS-6. He would have to journey through Mars within a vessel he built, a RAPTOR, in hopes of replenishing his supplies. All the while, getting to befriend the voice of his artificial intelligence driven assistant, Neo. This is the beginning of Mr. Idramla’s story. More

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About Jasim M. Almardi

I was born to a bilingual family, an Arabic father and a Chinese mother and as a child, I remember growing up listening to the stories mother used to read to my sister and I. But the older we grew, the less time mother had for us and somehow, storytelling ceased to exist.

Instead, during weekends, mother forced us to copy whole articles from English and Arabic newspapers. It was tedious work to write, write and write during weekends just to get the reward of playing with your Lego or PlayStation for a couple of hours. I hated writing back then, but little did I know that writing back then would have a gigantic impact in my life right now.

I read a couple short books over the following years and watched a lot of movies to satisfy my appetite for stories. It was only until my early teens when I picked up my first novel, accidentally, that I completely fell in love once again with story books, especially those written by David Gemmell. I was captivated by the breadth and depth of his imagination and that's the time when I started thinking about being an author myself.

Distractions of the world prevented me from pursuing this dream, until recently. I guess only growing up, being an adult, feeling stuck at your job and knowing that you have got much more to offer to the world will make you realise that pursuing your childhood dreams is the best thing you could do for yourself. So, I guess, now it's my time.

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James Jenkins reviewed on April 7, 2019

I read the first two chapters hoping it would get better, it didn't.

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