Sanjeev Jaiswal ‘Sanjay’. Illustrations by Ankur Mitra
Shiv Narayan Gour by y Sanjeev Jaiswal ‘Sanjay’. Illustrations by Ankur Mitra Children’s Book Trust,, 2019, 86 pp., 70.00
November 2020, volume 44, No 11

Sanjeev Jaiswal’s Red Sun Ke Alien is a science-fiction (sci-fi) mystery drama novella. Sci-fi is one of the popular genres of  literature whose content is imaginative, but based on science. It relies heavily on scientific facts, theories, and principles as support for its settings, characters, themes and plot-lines.

The story revolves around an Indian scientist, Dr. Gangadhar Sahay and three students, Ronit, Priyanka and Manav, solving a mystery of aliens together. The world was facing some problems as some Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) were causing some fire in different parts of the world. The scientist and students are trying to save the world by solving this mystery of UFOs and aliens. Dr Sahay, Priyanka and Ronit almost start believing in aliens and their existence, while Manav is still in denial. He does not accept the fact that aliens exist. And the doubts in his mind give the story another turn.

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