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Princess of Persia [Paperback]

Shantnu Tiwari
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13 Jun 2013
Why is it always the Princess who is locked in the tower? In our story, the Prince is the one locked up, and the girl must rescue him. Why are demons always the bad guys? In our story, the demons must save humanity from evil Gods. The handsome Prince of Persia has been locked up in the tallest tower, and told he must marry the Prime Minister of the UK, or be killed! This time, his girlfriend must save him. Before she can do that though, she must stop ancient Gods from killing humanity, stand up for zombie rights, get a boyfriend for a demon girl, and still make it to office in time to type a document for her boss. Nobody said being a heroine was easy! Meanwhile, a super intelligent coffee machine faces a moral dilemma: It can save the world, but with great loss of human life. A tragedy no super intelligent coffee machine should ever have to face.

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  • Paperback: 422 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (13 Jun 2013)
  • ISBN-10: 1490416609
  • ISBN-13: 978-1490416601
  • Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 12.7 x 2.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,199,779 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By day, Shantnu is a computer geek. He wears a tie to work, sits straight, and does not speak unless spoken to.

At night, Shantnu puts on his red underwear on top of his trousers, and becomes a superhero. He then fights corporate criminals, evil super villains like bankers and MBA types who want to rule the world.

While the rest of the world is sleeping blissfully, dreaming of powerpoint presentations and jam flavoured doughnuts, Shantnu is busy saving the world from these dastardly villains.

Every night Shantnu draws a line on the ground, and says "Not on my watch buddy. Not on my watch".

So far, the world is safe...

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3.0 out of 5 stars A for effort, E for content 1 July 2013
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Oh dear. Well let's start with the objective bit. This clearly demonstrates all the problems of the self-publisher. Page 1 is just inside the front cover, a biographical foreword; the story itself doesn't start until page 7 - but the page numbering disappears for a while about then. All the goodies a publisher would have put on the unnumbered or small-Roman-numeral pages at the front are missing. So we don't know when it was written or published (well, OK, Amazon does). The author has not even asserted his moral right or copyrighted the work. If he is a computer geek, as the bio asserts, then he should have been able to put his word processor into "both sides justified" mode; every word-processor I've used, including WordStar, has been able to do that. The ragged right-hand edge gets a bit wearing.
Then I started reading it. My immediate reaction was "Oh no, another Paolozzi: Look I can put a six-page chapter down every night!" The chapters do get longer after a bit - but then get broken up into sections. Style is a pastiche of OTT jokes; subject matter, ditto. I mean: Gods, Superheroes, bionic man, zombies and an intelligent coffee machine all at once? but only one cat?
I did read it all the way through in one sitting - I like to do that if I can - but it was getting to be a struggle towards the end; the constantly-changing style is a killer, as is the superfluity of characters. I leave you with two thoughts: first, the author has simply got to get better - can't get any worse - but since he hasn't put the date on this we won't know whether the next book was written earlier or later; second, he has done something that I have never achieved in my own literary efforts - he's FINISHED it - the quantity has a quality of its own.
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1.0 out of 5 stars too absurd! 13 July 2013
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I started reading this book, but I didn't go far. The mix of several genres, the absurdity of it gave me the impression to lose my time.
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