Quantos Rising (2021)

Quantos Rising Best Read || [Venancio Cadle Gomani Jr.] - Quantos Rising, Quantos Rising The world has been split into four colonies after a Great War in which knowledge civilizations and time were lost from the world After five hundred years of recreation civilization is split into fou Quantos Rising Best Read || [Venancio Cadle Gomani Jr.] - Quantos Rising, Quantos Rising The world has been split into four colonies after a Great War in which knowledge civilizations and time were lost from the world After five hundred years of recreation civilization is split into fou
  • Title: Quantos Rising
  • Author: Venancio Cadle Gomani Jr.
  • ISBN: 019584
  • Page: 311
  • Format: ebook
Quantos Rising
Quantos Rising Best Read || [Venancio Cadle Gomani Jr.], Quantos Rising, Venancio Cadle Gomani Jr., Quantos Rising The world has been split into four colonies after a Great War in which knowledge civilizations and time were lost from the world After five hundred years of recreation civilization is split into four colonies those that live on the ground call their colony Damiroo those who live in underwater cities call their colony Retarctica those who live in floating cities tThe world has been

  • Quantos Rising Best Read || [Venancio Cadle Gomani Jr.]
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Quantos Rising

One Reply to “Quantos Rising”

  1. An outstanding read With this one book Venancio C Gomani Jr has shot way up to being one of my top favorite upcoming authors The book features strange elements of this incredibly vast new world and the descriptive and persuasive writing style blend perfectly to lure you into the world of Damiroo and the three other Domiciles

  2. truly exceptional by so many standardsfunny especially, enjoyed the humor a lot Just wish it could have been longer though But absolutely looking forward to the sequel

  3. Too good Love the vastness in creativity And what s most impressive is that this whole new world was created by just one man Eagerly awaiting the sequel

  4. It was a good read but 85 pages just didn t feel satisfying enough Perhaps that was the intention because now I m eager to get my hands on the sequel

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