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Themes Saif Ur Rahman drew inspiration from J.R.R.Tolkien's epic work The Lord of the Rings, admitting that it was a heavy influence to his writing for the Nucle Saga.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref> The storyline is in constant state of motion and occasionally pauses to reflect on flashbacks. The book tries to show a perception of each character of the book (exception being the character Rador). The starting and ending of the book is deeply connected and mirrors each other. Saif Ur Rahman asserts that it's the traditional Good Vs. Evil theme all over his book. According to him, many parts of the book are symbolic in nature. For instance, the group of five breaking into the pyramids denotes the breaking of taboo and psychological boundaries.


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