The Tenant's Wrath is a funny research report on how wrathful aliens live on their planet. It is written in this 34 th Century. We remember from our history books that the alien invasion happened in 3205. So, this is only one century after the first contact with aliens.
Among the distinctions between aliens and Earthlings, aliens have their wisdom. It is not the same as the Earthlings' wisdom. Their wisdom makes them naturally angry. But, when Earthlings start to visit aliens' planet, some aliens learn Earthlings' wisdom. They use it to mitigate their wrathful nature.
Tussled Platters, the researcher from Earth, voyages to aliens' planet. He struggles to familiarize himself with the alien policies and techniques of conducting a research. These are compulsory for any research to be conducted on the aliens' planet.
The researcher observes the aliens' culture, food style, theology, science, and technology. He then becomes curious to know how their wrathful nature affect them when they live together in their buildings as landlords and tenants. By adhering to all aliens' principles, he performs a thorough research on it by using data from research respondents like Setifokasi, Kilagano, and other aliens. These are aliens who have lived in several local houses as tenants or landlords/landladies.
The reader will enjoy the way research is done on the aliens' planet. The reader will also enjoy and learn how aliens quarrel, how they solve their disputes, and how they use our wisdom to adapt themselves to their wrathful nature. Do you agree that anger is bad? The book may give you another idea from the aliens' perception.
Do you like to tour to strange areas? This book will let you tour to a complete strange area. You will be entertained by the alien culture, geography, biology, chemistry, and the entire science and technology on the strange planet. Moreover, the reader will be entertained by the way aliens live in their buildings.See what others say!
|Hasira za Mpangaji published in Kiswahili on January 2012 by Inland Publishers(Mwanza-Tanzania) as the first part(and first version) of THE TENANT'S WRATH.|