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The Tenant's Wrath

4.30  ·  Rating details ·  10 ratings  ·  10 reviews
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Make a tour to a strange planet. The Tenant’s Wrath is a funny research report on how wrathful aliens live on their planet. Tussled Platters, the researcher from Earth, familiarizes himself with the aliens' techniques of conducting research. He performs thorough research on how aliens' wrathful nature affects them when they live together in their buildi
Published March 13th 2021
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Erik McManus
May 26, 2021 rated it it was ok
Honestly, I was excited going into this book because I pictured it as an office style documentary (like the TV show) that is funny and I thought it would be an interesting take on a fiction book, especially a science fiction one since I love this genre.

However, I was pretty disappointed. I found that the book had no plot to it. You just followed this alien as he went from house to house as a tenant, living with a bunch of different landlords and having the same arguments and issues with all of t
Happy Booker
May 25, 2021 rated it really liked it
The Tenant’s Wrath is a sci-fi story set in the 34th century. It is a research report on how aliens live on their planet and how they have been detected one century after the first signal was indicated.

The contrast between the earthling’s wisdom and the advanced science and technology in Aliens was amusing to read. The interactions and physical contact between the humans and the aliens introduced dynamic encounters.
Setifokasi is a fascinating character. He is complex, and the way he
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May 25, 2021 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The Tenant’s Wrath by Gabriel Nombo is a sci-fi novel that takes the readers to the 34th century. There have been other books that transport the readers into the future, but what distinguishes Tenant’s Wrath from others is the fact that Gabriel Nombo has placed the readers on another planet, Momento Mori. Tussled Platters is a researcher who has traveled from earth to the said planet to record the activities of the Momento Morians and understand their wrathful behavior. For the report research, ...more
Oct 04, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A friend of mine suggested this book; and the plot was so unique that I couldn't help feel intrigued. And I must say, the story lives up to its promising summary. The plot of the book is so unique, even for sci-fi genre, it’s one of a kind.

The book portrays a perfect balance of act by Setifokasi, from being engaged in his own culture, while also trying to constantly seek new knowledge to make their lives better. The culture and ways of the alien world are very insightful and explained in detail,
Cece Barnes
Aug 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I chose this book because it is such an interesting premise! I have read plenty of Sci- fi books but have yet to see one toy with the idea of a reporter going to investigate life on alien planets, almost like an anthropologist. This was such an interesting idea that I immediately had to give The Tenant’s Wrath a try- and I was not disappointed. Original and captivating, it is a novel which will easily hold your attention from start to finish. Setifokasi's journey is so intriguing and you gain fa ...more
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I like how the author transits from aggression to progression when the Memento's set out to discover the marauders that plagued their websites. When they discovered it was our Earth and landed, they were intrigued by "it." So, this facilitated a change of ideology from that of conquest to a partnership. The author has a good way of transiting from hate to love, and it's quite admirable.
The whole science fiction drama revolves around Setifokasi's drive to become a model citizen. He entang
Sep 18, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
It is a very scientifically inspiring book about how aliens come in contact with humans and vice versa while emphasizing the struggle of a young human being named Sotifokasi, a very ambitious Earthling that works his way up to a better future. This book is very well thought and knowledge based which surprisingly for a fictional fantasy book has a lot of factual information about physics, astronomy, geology and many more.
Jul 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Tenant' s Wrath
I have read the whole story and I must say It is just amazing. I enjoyed the story of living as a tenant and also I came to know about the difficulties of the people living as a tenant. This book introduced me with lot of new experiences and issues which I think, I have never faced and never knew about it.
The story engages me in the way that I started feeling myself experiencing tenancy.
I will recommend you to read the book.
Avdul Khan
Nov 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is my first sci-fi book and it feels so amazing. The aliens and outer world always fascinates me and we can find a total dose of it. Thanks to the author and we can clearly see all the effort and hard work in the book. I was imagining a movie from the very first chapter of the book.
I would like to see this book as a movie soon.
Dinesh Thota
Nov 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The book "The Tenant's Wrath" written by "Gabriel Nombo" is one of the best novels I read. The author wrote this book in an excellent way that it can attract anykne towards it. In this book The author said about the life style of aliens on other planet in nice way that any one can understand it. I prefer this book to every one so that everyone gains some knowledge from this book ...more
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