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3.30  ·  Rating details ·  40 ratings  ·  14 reviews
You cannot go without me!
I know you are tired, but come,
This is the way.
– Rumi

Maahi has lost her way. The tired, desperate young soul who remembers nothing except dying next to sea waves and a strange golden-haired man.

Veeru is a young, happy-go-lucky entrepreneur who creates, and gets pulled into an adventure when Maahi registers as the first ‘gh
Paperback, 1st, 252 pages
Published August 2014 by Srishti
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Sheetal Dash
Aug 18, 2014 marked it as to-read
Seems very interesting. I really want to read this one.
Chintan Udani
Aug 17, 2014 rated it liked it
Interesting read. Author does very well to keep you glued. Must say am waiting for second book of the series.
Nayan Patel
Aug 30, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The author sent me a review copy for an honest review.

I don’t read love stories typically let alone a love story involving ghosts. The only reason why I picked up this book was because I was intrigued about what Abhimanyu Jha with such multi-faceted abilities can achieve on the writing front considering that I always believed that it’s almost impossible to have a decent writing career if you already have a full-time job. (I read that his alma mater includes IIT+IIM which is the “Super-Ivy” leagu
Kanchan Pawar
Jul 20, 2014 rated it liked it
nice novel, story is also very interesting, but when i completed the novel, end was incomplete.
Raksha Bhat
Oct 02, 2014 rated it did not like it
Stories based on paranormal concepts are difficult to believe, and more difficult to write. I haven’t changed my opinion about this genre after being done with this book ‘’ by Abhimanyu Jha today, I am as perturbed as ever about them. Apart from the honest appreciation for the author’s attempt for going out of the way and making ghosts seem as normal as possible there is not much of a positive impression that I have had. I wouldn’t regret giving spoilers in this review firstly ...more
Shilpa Garg
Sep 30, 2014 rated it it was ok
Ghosts and their world which is full of mysteries and unexplained phenomena fascinate and intrigue me. That their stories spook me at night is another story! The blurb of the book promised a lot of excitement and thrill, so with great horror-laced expectations, I started reading this book.

The plot of the story is a novel one. A young entrepreneur Veeru, sets up a dating website as a challenge. Maahi becomes her first client. Maahi has died recently and nee
Oct 02, 2014 rated it liked it
Well, Let’s start from the cover which I found the least impressive. The title of the book was intriguing and the blurb seemed to make book look a bit different from the rest. Whole novel follows a very simple language which makes it an easy read. There aren’t many characters in the book, just a bunch of them which restricts the story at times as not much is revealed about them.

The story is taken forward by continuous viewpoints of both male and female protagonist. The story seems to leap in th
Priyanka Batra Harjai
Oct 09, 2014 rated it really liked it by Abhimanyu Jha, is a work of fiction about a rendevous with the occupants of the other world. Yes, it is about the other world!

An interesting plot visualized by a techpreneur and a best selling author Abhimanyu. This is a gripping story about coming together of three worlds – a human being (Veeru), online virtual world (an innovative website) and the not so known other world (Maahi). The story keeps you glued to the pages and you get hallucinated to read more and more till
Hemantkumar Jain
Sep 23, 2014 rated it it was ok
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Amita Sehrawat
Jan 15, 2015 rated it really liked it
Abhimanyu Jha has done a great job in keeping the readers glued to pages. I could not stop once i started reading it. I actually laughed my wits out on the introduction of a five-hundred-year-old ghost - friend of Vasco D Gama. I actually looked for the site - and it landed me to the author's website, which was fair.
A 2.5 actually. Something charming in terms of the treatment and the characters in a book with above-average writing. And why wasn't this book advertised as the part 1 of a possible series?
Lavanya Ramakrishnan
Aug 22, 2014 rated it really liked it
This book is entirely different from Dilli-Mumbai love story. It's gripping and has a lovable ghost as one of the two lead characters.
Nethra Ram
Aug 24, 2014 rated it it was ok
The plot follows a novel idea but the execution and language aren't quite up my alley.
Rahul Pawar
Aug 14, 2014 rated it liked it
I rarely use the word brilliant, but, this book is pretty damn brilliant.
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Abhimanyu Jha ( is the writer of a recent bestselling novella ‘A Dilli-Mumbai Love Story, a romantic thriller set against the backdrop of 2008 Financial Crisis and Mumbai Terror attacks.

His second novel ( Site), a romantic ghost thriller will be out in July 2014.

Abhimanyu is also an edu/techpreneur and one of the co-founders and Chief Market

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