Friday, 11 March 2016

BOOK REVIEWS: Live-in with a Ghost by Kritika Sharma


Jia & Jai have a unique love story where she is human and he is a ghost. They meet during an out-of-body experience after an accident. Although from different worlds, she is simple middle-class journalist and he is a rich playboy, they fall in love instantly. During the adventure of their relation they both go through various exciting events which include tears, laughter, love and even fighting-off goons. Throughout their relation, the only thing Jia fears is what if he wakes up and forgets her. And in the end of the story he does wake up but if he remembers her is yet to be known...

















BOOK REVIEW:- The story is different and i like the writing style,
What i like about the book is -  
  • simple language and the narration is lucid.
  •  concept is unique
Jia, a journalist by profession,goes into coma probably. and is just one step before

death.

The story has two main characters and the story revolves around them.
“Jia and Jai! It looks like our names are shuffled for each other

 Jai was there in the hospital from Three months
He meet with Car crash and have been in a coma since then.

Jai is shown here as a kind of very Richie-Rich guy who just had Live-in with a Ghost
everything to show off and did everything just to impress girls.

It shows the journey of Jia and Jai, the time both Jia and Jai spend together. Their relationship which include tears, laughter, love and even fights.

The story is sweet and intriguing. I wish to read more from the author in the future.
I would give this book 4.5 out of 5 stars . 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- 


Kritika is an enthusiast writer, reviewer, blogger and Senior Manager in a leading Market research company and is currently based in Mumbai.

Her passions lie in cooking, writing and reading. Apart from family and work, she spends most of her time reading different fantasy stories and she has eventually ended up building up one of her own. Kritika is also a singer and loves to write poems for varied occasions.
                                                         Kritika  Sharma



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