Futuristic stories have always been of interest to the readers. But often they will be brimful of imagery and stuffed with fantasy that the book would be too large to hold the interest of the readers. The justification veted out for the same used to be that it takes a couple of pages and a few chapter to eslablish the scenario and develop it. Deepak Kaul has proved his craft in those 67 pages.

Author has incorporated the current Covid situation and connected the plot to the same. Author has addressed several environmental issues and pointed out several possible soutions for the same. While the readers indulge in the book, they are sure to feel that they could apply in their on real life. There isn't a more perfect timing for a novella of this sort and the fact that author has incorporated th recent events to the plot and still managed to come forth with a well crafted and proof read and perfectly edited book is an applausible feat.

In an era of International Space Stations, being stuck in the outer space is not a far fetched idea. Had it been stretched more it would have been a monotonous read. Hence the author has summarised the events in a 67 page book.