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The Hacker from Hell Part I

Author Name: Balasubramanya P | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

We are all scared of demons. We think they haunt us in peculiar ways. But they only sow poisonous seeds in our minds that we nourish, until eventually we ourselves turn into demons.

Sharadhi is a middle-aged woman who ends up between heaven and hell, where she learns new definitions of heaven, hell, gods, and demons.

She makes some friends in hell and begins understanding concepts like evolution, genetics, and mutation from the perspective of the gods, concluding that even gods are not above nature. She also learns that there are things that even gods fear. She has to face dark creatures to protect gods and their system.

Meanwhile, Professor Shankar and his team face a great challenge that threatens the existence of humanity.

What are the duties of gods? What do the residents of hell do? How do angels and demons interact with people on earth? What is the challenge that Professor Shankar and his team face? Does Sharadhi fight the creatures off?

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Balasubramanya P

Balasubramanya P is a techie based in Bangalore. He has a background in science and is interested in diverse fields like biotechnology, genetics, evolutionary biology, virology, psychology, parapsychology, and futures and options trading.

The Hacker from Hell: Part I is his debut novel. He has been developing a lot of concepts, mainly about the driving force for evolution and the origin of thoughts and ideas in human beings. Since he is an admirer of the Hindu philosophy of multiple gods, in which gods take hierarchical positions with pre-assigned roles and responsibilities, in this book he has tried to explore the possibility of gods using information technology to track humans, hacking their minds and planting thoughts in them, the god-driven evolution of species, and so on.

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