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When Kiku visits Japan to escape his numb, drugged up life, he comes face to face with the blue spirits he has been avoiding since childhood - the Aoirei. Together, with a beautiful and mysterious spirit guide, he journeys through Japan, India, a world of righteous serial killers and a village of souls that exists outside of time.

Aoirei is an unsettling but eerily famili
Kindle Edition, 286 pages
Published June 22nd 2018
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MaryAnn Loo
Aug 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Once I started this book, I couldn't put it down, I had to keep reading it until the end. The story is well-paced, with chapters alternating between the protagonist's narration of ongoing events, and seemingly unrelated subplots which are actually linked back to the main story as you read further. Through his writing, the author has managed to create an eerily fantastical world that draws the reader in, perhaps even causing some to question deeper into the truths about themselves, about life aft ...more
Jul 14, 2018 rated it liked it
3.5 stars - great premise and interesting cast of characters. Plot flows well though final handful of chapters moved at a quicker pace. Interestingly I liked the chapters set in India the most. Thumbs up for a debut novel by a self-published (I assume) writer
Edmund Leow
Dec 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Amazing debut novel! The author has created a captivating cast of interesting characters spanning multiple countries and time. Would be looking forward to a sequel!
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Ranajay Das was born in Kolkata, India and spent most of his childhood in the city of Indore. He is now a citizen of Singapore and a full-time traveler (not to be confused with time traveling). In his spare time he writes books, codes in Python and works on his personal development and self-discovery.

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