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I See You

3.75  ·  Rating details ·  64 ratings  ·  17 reviews
Liam’s life has become a waking nightmare. He’s plagued by constant headaches and is hounded by inexplicable events bordering on the insane. He is convinced that his vindictive ex, Lily, despite her vehement denials, is the one sending him disturbing packages. The only bright spot in a life gone berserk is Aliana, the woman Liam has loved ever since he saw her in a parking ...more
Kindle Edition, 1, 174 pages
Published September 29th 2015
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Varun Prabhu
Oct 06, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Aindrila is an author whose writing I have followed for a long time. She writes a lot of fantasy and horror and has now come out with her debut, I SEE YOU. Let me say it is one of the better novels that I have read for a long time now. The story is brilliant and told well. The writing is moderately good and allows a reader to be drawn into the story, even though I wish it was as good as her other works I have read. The characters are well developed and I give her full marks for that. There is so ...more
Kavipriya Moorthy
Oct 07, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Horror lovers, book lovers, Indian readers, Vocabulary lovers
Shelves: favorites
I See You is Aindrila Roy’s debut novel. I have read her excerpts and having known her for quite some time, I know she is entering the literature industry with a bang and yes, she did it. I am still hindering and quivering and am writing this review right away so please excuse the spoilers.

The novel is a horror genre book, and this is my first horror read. There are movies not as scary as it seems to be, background score and music they bang make it scarier. So I picked the book with a nebulous i
Percy Wadiwala
Oct 23, 2015 rated it really liked it
I remember a discussion with Ana a while ago, when I said,

“It’s a tough business being an author these days, if it wasn’t, everyone would be doing it.”

To which she replied,

“But everyone IS doing it, Percy. So how tough can it be?”

As with everything that Colombian beauty says, this too, was a statement that led me to think. How difficult is writing, really? Most people are functionally literate now, even in India, and all it takes to write a novel these days is to hammer enough words together. A
Pritesh Patil
Jan 15, 2016 rated it really liked it
'I See You' is a promising debut by Aindrila Roy, the latest among an emerging group of Indian authors willing to take risks and change the way that Indian literature is usually perceived with. For those fed up with the tried and trusted everyday stories by Chetan Bhagat and Durjoy Dutta, you'd do well to check out this new breed of Indian writers emerging from the shadows. They have a purpose. They have a unique voice. They believe they have a duty to change the perception of Indian writers, an ...more
Dhivya Balaji
Oct 14, 2015 rated it it was amazing
First Impression:
The book is a Kindle Gift, so I really cannot comment on the font and typeset of the paperback (yeah, obviously) but the Kindle book (read in PC) was a treat to read and follow. The cover (for an image that has a single colour tone) is chilling and I guess in tune with the contents of the book.
I started reading this book from the 'About the Author' and the 'Author's note' sections. They are very informative and gave me a wider perception and a good basic idea about the
Ritesh Kukrety
Oct 23, 2015 rated it really liked it
Reading any book by a debut author after having gorged upon Stephen King's is extremely unfair on the writer. I, unfortunately, am guilty of this abominable sin. Considering the fact that the said author belonged to the horror genre, my heresy becomes even more unpardonable. In my defence, though, I would just say this - my brain was numbed by the sheer brilliance of the Shining, and it was in that state of fugue that I picked up Aindrila Roy's debut novel, I See You. There may be some spoilers ...more
Ruchi Singh
Apr 17, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: paranormal, horror
I See You is the author Aindrila Roy's debut novel and I must say it doesn't seem like one. The story flows seamlessly from one scene to other creating the right kind of emotions-fear and anticipation of that next moment-in the reader's mind.

A writer has managed to invoke not only eloquent visualizations, but also relevant psychological impressions in the reader’s mind. The characterization is spot on. Liam's fears, hopes and frustrations have been brought out expertly. The other characters, sp
Komal Priyani
Oct 06, 2015 rated it really liked it

Review :- I See You By Aindrila Roy

Quote for this book :-

"Good Writing is supposed to evoke sensation in the reader -Not the fact that it is raining ,but the feeling of being rained upon"

My Verdict :-

According to me, Only few "SuperSpecial" authors can write "Spine-chilling tales" so aptly and Aindrila is surely one of them.I would be lying by saying that i was cool and composed while reading this book i was actually sweating in an air-conditioned room while exploring this bloodcurdling ride
Galina Trefil
Nov 20, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I can't say that I identified or felt absorbed in the emotional journey or plight of the main character, as is usually the case in novels, but instead I immensely enjoyed the book's henchman, Nyx the Cat. Nyx--a creature not exactly evil...(or is he?,) but still deliciously and viciously compelling, was a true page-turning scene-thief from end to end, with tiny, bloody fangs drenching the book in same gory aura as Stephen King's Pet Cemetery and Sleepwalkers. Too many authors fall into the pit o ...more
Vanita Bodke
Oct 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Horror readers
Here is the first book ever which mentions my name & it indeed feels delightful to be involved with such a book. As Andy (Aindrila Roy), author of I See You says we’ve never met. We connected online over common cause improving craft of writing. I have read numerous excerpts from her works I can tell Andy is super talented & if I were a venture capitalist, I’d invest in her writing. I See You is her debut novel and she is working on many other ambitious projects. We wish her luck, and now here is ...more
May 31, 2016 rated it really liked it
If you are in the mood to be spooked out in the most subtle manner, you need to get a copy of "I See You" by Aindrila Roy right now!

As implied by the title, the plot is about a spirit that only its victims can see. The book starts out slowly, introducing us to the main protagonist Liam Redmond and details the nuances of his life. The only thing that stands out initially is the fact that the protagonist suffers from migraine headaches which disappear miraculously every time he meets Aliana Swinn
Kashish Agrawal
Apr 05, 2018 rated it liked it
I See You is a well-written book in a rich language. Those who seek a book with a decent writing style – this book is apt for them. Author’s vocabulary is top notch. The characterization is strong. The story flows smoothly throughout the book. The descriptions of some horror scenes will leave you with goosebumps.

Some parts are a bit gruesome and the Author has well-portrayed it – giving us vivid images of those scenes. The book keeps you well hooked throughout as one is eager to know what will h
Jan 16, 2016 rated it it was amazing
One of the books that I actually read within a single day in recent times. The book maintained my curiosity throughout and I had to read it through till the end. The narrative was also really polished and there was not a trace of amateurishness one comes to associate with a first time author and a non native speaker of English, to both of which classes this author belongs. The author tries nothing fancy - takes a nice manageable plot and narrates it with elan. Full marks to her. I might have bee ...more
Sanju N
Aug 13, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: horror
I subscribed to kindle recently and searching for some books like thriller/supense/horror there i found this book luckily i am very excited to start this whereas reviews also very good. When i started this book about to complete 2 chapters nothing feels great for me but after that real story starts that one is following him to see his death that one is nothing but a devil but most interesting part is that Liam (hero) can only see her but not others . The gifts he get were so undigestible things ...more
Madhavi Ram Vivek
Oct 07, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I See You by Aindrila Roy - Horror

A great read. Page turner. I finished the kindle version in one day.
Scarier at many places, a very good suspense and an end which was totally unexpected.
Aindrila had done a very thorough job in portraying her characters. Liam Redmond will be etched in readers memory for some time. Sure he will trouble your mind a little.
The story intrigues the reader in many levels. I will definitely suggest the book to those who love horror.
A five star rating is not enough
Saibal Ray
Oct 25, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Genuinely scary!

A genuinely scary novel that can keep you awake at night. Excellent character build up and narration skills with a constant sense of chill.

One thing I didn't like was that it ended quite abruptly, as if the author was in a hurry to have all the questions answered.

Nevertheless, thoroughly enjoyed the story and even got fairly creeped out.

4 stars it is.

P.S: Don't read this before going to bed. I made that mistake, never again.
Clue Less
Jun 20, 2016 rated it liked it
Not entirely Horrifying. A decent horror though.
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