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Book Review: Chocolate Planet by Dhruv Nalla

Chocolate Planet by Dhruv Nalla is a short engrossing children's book. It has been derived from sheer imagination. The story is backstopped against earth and other planets in the space. Two naughty kids Dhruv and Pragi, brother and sister, get into a space ship of their father. With the help of a robotic system, they fly in the space knowing nothing about landing and navigation. As they get lost in the space, they are as excited as sacred. The space depicted here is different from the real astronomy. The kids come across many a type of planets with peculiar ambience.

Finally as they land on a Chocolate Planet, they go crazy seeing rivers and land of chocolate, the kids try to grab hold of chocolate boxes but they are interrupted by the police and taken away in a prison.

On the other side, their parents are worried and get to know that the kids have flown away in space. The father being a space scientist takes necessary initiatives to save the kids from any untoward happening. Join the family to see what they do on the Chocolate Planet. Will they be able to return safely or perish there?

Chocolate Planet by Dhruv Nalla is a short gripping book with educating about space and the importance of environment everywhere. It is a lovely light sci-fi thriller. Cool and simple language lends narrative an optimum pace. Overall, a short one-time good read.

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