Suitable for a Hollywood movie, a big-budget digital video game, TV series, or a comic book, the highlight of the epic thriller “Robojit and the Sand Planet” is its ability to effectively blend technology, spiritualism, and humanism with a captivating fantasy in the backdrop. Interested investors, producers can evaluate the project.
Title: Robojit and the Sand Planet
Author: Rakesh Raman
Type: Technology fiction in running story/book format – spread over multiple chapters
Genre: Adventure, thriller with the possibility of making sequel(s)
Introduction: With a setting in the future, the story runs in three parts: affairs of a kingdom that’s presented as an imaginary planet, its conflicts with wicked forces, and a final mission that takes some of the characters to another remote planet. It has a central character (Robojit) also – who helps the lead couple achieve the mission while overcoming numerous challenges during the voyage.
Target Readers: Children, young adults across the world
Highlight: The highlight of the story is its ability to effectively blend technology, spiritualism, and humanism with a captivating fantasy in the backdrop. The story is highly entertaining, as it’s full of thrill, adventure, excitement, and timely use of humor.
Language: English, but can be translated into other languages
Status: Complete story with characterization is ready.
Approximate Number of Words: 38,000
Features of the Story:
- Revolves around the central character, ROBOJIT – a humanoid – that will become extremely popular among consumers and then will be leveraged for merchandising
- Has a very hilarious lingo used by the main villains
- Covers surface, air, water, forests, temples, etc. besides a unique planet with unique type of inhabitants
- Fight sequences use different types of weapons
- Has strange, imaginative creatures
- Innovative naming for characters
All parts of the storyline have totally original sequences to keep the readers glued to the entertainment product – movie, video game, comic book, etc.
Currently, the story is running on Twitter: https://twitter.com/robojit
Even Reuters has written about this work, comparing me with the top Twitter novelists in the world. Reuters report link: http://blogs.reuters.com/india/2009/08/09/writing-a-novel-just-tweet-it/
Interested film producers, video gaming companies and investment companies can contact me: