Library Planet Review 5 of 5 Stars – Faridah Nassozi

Musea Readers,

Recently I got more reviews for LIBRARY PLANET. There are 3 that I would like to share – they are two with 5 of 5 stars, and one 4 of 5 stars. Here is the first.

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Library Planet by Tom Hendricks is a gripping mystery with a mixture of sci-fi, fantasy, suspense, and even a bit of romance. I was amazed at how Tom Hendricks managed to bring out a story so deep on so few pages.

Title: Library Planet
Author: Tom Hendricks
Genre: Fiction – Science Fiction
Reviewed by Faridah Nassozi for Readers’ Favorite

In Library Planet by Tom Hendricks, with his immeasurable wealth, bibliophile Street and Smith could afford to buy anything. Because of his passion for reading, he decided to buy a library. Not just any library, but the Library Planet. A massive library where precious writings from all other planets were kept. What started out as a simple museum for all the
planets’ major publications had grown to be too big; it took over a whole moon. However, when conflict broke out the library came up for grabs, hence with his immense wealth, Street and Smith bought it. For years he lived alone, enjoying his solitude in the Library Planet. Then he was woken up by a strange noise; a noise that did not belong. His routine,
though not boring, had been monotonous until that noise. Then off he set to see what/where the noise had come from, and that is how he discovered he was not the sole occupant of the Library Planet. Thus begins a thrilling adventure across the Library Planet. Will he succeed in the quest?
Library Planet by Tom Hendricks is a gripping mystery with a mixture of sci-fi, fantasy, suspense, and even a bit of romance. I was amazed at how Tom Hendricks managed to bring out a story so deep on so few pages. This profoundly captivating short story brilliantly comes to life through an intricate setting and a writing style that feels both philosophical and poetic, adding more edge to the thrill of reading the story of the Library Planet. The thought of being the sole occupant of a gigantic library should be eerie. Well, not if you live in the Library Planet.
Creepy? Yes. Boring? No. Definitely not boring.

APPEARANCE – 5
PLOT – 5
DEVELOPMENT – 4
FORMATTING – 5
MARKETABILITY – 5
OVERALL OPINION – 5

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