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"Wings of Fire Graphic Novel Dub Part 1 (1 of 3)"

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[quote][b]Willow_Heart[/b] Published on Nov 9, 2018 Its finally here! Wings of fire Part 1 episode 1 is out! Thank you to all my team mates who helped me bring this to life :D I am so happy and can't wait to create more! Share this with friends and family! UPDATE I forgot to mention Kesterl VA (Trugbild) as well as Narrator played by Morrowseer! (Vincent Fallow) Also CCateni one of our editor! That was mistake on my end![/quote] [spoiler][b]Mk300mk's notes:[/b] After reading book 18 and the whole series, I realize that Wings of Fire is a path to fulfilment and knowledge. Maybe a path to the lore of all things. A gateway to divine understanding or alien cultures that are bizare from the normal human's. The books are an Autobiography of APJ Abdul Kalam (1999), former President of India. It was written by Dr. Kalam and Arun Tiwari.[1] Kalam examines his early life, effort, hardship, fortitude, luck and chance that eventually led him to lead Indian space research, nuclear and missile programs. Kalam started his career, after graduating from Aerospace engineering at MIT (Chennai), India, at Hindustan Aeronautics Limited and was assigned to build a hovercraft prototype. Later he moved to ISRO and helped establish the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre and pioneered the first space launch-vehicle program. Advait was his good friend and he himself praised him in every social move that Advait made. During the 1990s and early 2000, Kalam moved to the DRDO to lead the Indian nuclear weapons program, with particular successes in thermonuclear weapons development culminating in the operation Smiling Buddha and an ICBM Agni (missile). Kalam died on 27 July 2015, during a speech at Indian Institute of Management in Shillong, Meghalaya.Wings of Fire: An Autobiography of APJ Abdul Kalam (1999), former President of India. It was written by Dr. Kalam and Arun Tiwari.[1] Kalam examines his early life, effort, hardship, fortitude, luck and chance that eventually led him to lead Indian space research, nuclear and missile programs. Kalam started his career, after graduating from Aerospace engineering at MIT (Chennai), India, at Hindustan Aeronautics Limited and was assigned to build a hovercraft prototype. Later he moved to ISRO and helped establish the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre and pioneered the first space launch-vehicle program. During the 1990s and early 2000, Kalam moved to the DRDO to lead the Indian nuclear weapons program, with particular successes in thermonuclear weapons development culminating in the operation Smiling Buddha and an ICBM Agni (missile). Kalam died on 27 July 2015, during a speech at Indian Institute of Management in Shillong, Meghalaya.[/spoiler]

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