The End Of The World by Lamees Alhassar

A space adventure to save the world

The end of the world

Earth has been plundered by its inhabitants for far too long. It is now a whirling mass of destruction, being pulled into its own Sun.

Captain Kristen and the crew of the Atlantis have been tasked with finding a suitable replacement world before it is too late.

In their travels they come across many strange beings, and are captured by some to be used as pawns in a game for their own race’s salvation.

The leader of one planet reluctantly agrees to help them, merely with guidance to find the makers of Planet Earth. He suggests that when a machine breaks down, one goes to the maker of the machine. Since humans have “broken” Earth, why not find the makers of the planet?

Will the crew of the Atlantis find the makers? And even if they do, will it be in time, and will the makers agree to help?

“Good morning. This is Captain Kristen, Commander of Atlantis Mission Explorer,” she stated. “Today is day 1,472 since we departed Earth.

“I hope today will be a good day for us, a day when we will have some good news to relay back to you at home. News that will bring us all hope and salvation.”

She shut down the laptop and sighed.

“Hope and salvation,” she repeated to herself.

Genre: FICTION / Science Fiction / General

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Science Fiction / Adventure

Language: English

Keywords: space adventure, space travel, aliens, saving the world, the end of the world

Word Count: 61098

Sales info:

its #1 amazon bestseller

Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #511,651 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

#48 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Reference > Foreign Language Study & Reference > Language Instruction > Arabic
#43200 in Books > Literature & Fiction > Literary

Sample text:

After the alarm rang, she stood up from her bed. It was exactly 2:00 AM, the desk clock was saying. She got up from the bunk bed and stretched. She was wearing her underwear and her long, dark hair was dishevelled. She looked around and spotted her robe hanging on the wall nearby. She stood up, reached for it, and put it on.

For a moment, she stood by the window. She looked outside and peered into the dark sky. All she could see were the millions of stars that surrounded her. As she peered further into the skies, she saw nothing but darkness. Pitch-black darkness. It was dark. It was always dark because when you are in outer space, all that you can see are stars, stars, and more stars. They served as a means to get directed through the darkness.

She picked up the laptop by her side and opened it. She waited for it to power up before she put on her earpiece, which was in form of a Bluetooth receiver. She needed to make her daily entry.

Book translation status:

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Already translated. Translated by Jenny Vanmaldeghem
Author review:
Jenny is an amazing translator and very professional, I really enjoyed working with her and I look forward to working with her again. I highly recommend her.
Translation in progress. Translated by OWAIS BHAT
Already translated. Translated by Sarita Reis
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Sarita is an amazing translator, her work is exceptionally fantastic. I love working with her and I enjoy working with her.
Already translated. Translated by Bruna Damasceno de Freitas
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Bruna is an amazing translator and very professional one. I highly recommend working with Bruna

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