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'I miss you.' When Noor gets a message from her best friend, months after her death, she cannot help but go back to her hometown in search of answers, and perhaps even her best friend. Noor isn't prepared for the village that seems deeply rooted in magic — where villagers pray to local ghosts, spend their evenings watching live possessions in the middle of a forest clearin 'I miss you.' When Noor gets a message from her best friend, months after her death, she cannot help but go back to her hometown in search of answers, and perhaps even her best friend. Noor isn't prepared for the village that seems deeply rooted in magic — where villagers pray to local ghosts, spend their evenings watching live possessions in the middle of a forest clearing, have innumerable stories of encounters with demons, or where she is told of people who are haunted to death. Then there's Kalki, the boy from the wrong side of the tracks, the local black magician, who is always in her way. He may be trouble, but Noor knows he can help her unravel the mystery of her friend’s death, or so she tells herself. Caught between magic and reality, Noor is increasingly drawn to the mysticism and drama of her hometown, even as dark forces gather and danger closes in on her. Will she be able to run away? Will she want to?


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'I miss you.' When Noor gets a message from her best friend, months after her death, she cannot help but go back to her hometown in search of answers, and perhaps even her best friend. Noor isn't prepared for the village that seems deeply rooted in magic — where villagers pray to local ghosts, spend their evenings watching live possessions in the middle of a forest clearin 'I miss you.' When Noor gets a message from her best friend, months after her death, she cannot help but go back to her hometown in search of answers, and perhaps even her best friend. Noor isn't prepared for the village that seems deeply rooted in magic — where villagers pray to local ghosts, spend their evenings watching live possessions in the middle of a forest clearing, have innumerable stories of encounters with demons, or where she is told of people who are haunted to death. Then there's Kalki, the boy from the wrong side of the tracks, the local black magician, who is always in her way. He may be trouble, but Noor knows he can help her unravel the mystery of her friend’s death, or so she tells herself. Caught between magic and reality, Noor is increasingly drawn to the mysticism and drama of her hometown, even as dark forces gather and danger closes in on her. Will she be able to run away? Will she want to?

30 review for Music To Flame Lilies

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tiyasha Chaudhury

    How do I explain the beauty of love without falling in it? How do I explain Megha's world without living in it? Or perhaps, I did live in it. Music To Flame Lilies stole every piece of my heart remaining and I dare say I have any more left. A love story so real in a place so surreal, where paranormal rushes to crush the normal. Where souls make love and bodies remain asleep. Where mysteries reside on death's platter. Where hearts decay yet never fall out of love. Where strokes of kohl and smoke o How do I explain the beauty of love without falling in it? How do I explain Megha's world without living in it? Or perhaps, I did live in it. Music To Flame Lilies stole every piece of my heart remaining and I dare say I have any more left. A love story so real in a place so surreal, where paranormal rushes to crush the normal. Where souls make love and bodies remain asleep. Where mysteries reside on death's platter. Where hearts decay yet never fall out of love. Where strokes of kohl and smoke of hookah is the treasure of a guy. Where temples and poets talk about religion, the type of we never knew about. This book has made me feel overwhelmed, the genre that is fiction, included the sub-genres: romance, fantasy and virtual reality. Megha Rao is a painter of dreams I wish to make a reality of. Truly a piece of art, love and devotion to literature. @_megharao @tara.press @musictoflamelilies —Tiyasha Chaudhury.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Aakruti Sarangi

    This is a kind of book you would want to read again when you are out of books. So beautiful it is.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kajal Savanur

    I was very excitedly looking forward to this book. I don't follow Megha Rao anywhere on social media but have come across her works through friends. So I was familiar with her style of poetry. This book seemed broken and absurd (in parts) to me. The story doesn't flow at all. It looks like the writer is struggling to pull it forward at times. To me, it felt as if Megha has tried to fit all her ideas in one little book - without really building the background for any one of those ideas properly. Yo I was very excitedly looking forward to this book. I don't follow Megha Rao anywhere on social media but have come across her works through friends. So I was familiar with her style of poetry. This book seemed broken and absurd (in parts) to me. The story doesn't flow at all. It looks like the writer is struggling to pull it forward at times. To me, it felt as if Megha has tried to fit all her ideas in one little book - without really building the background for any one of those ideas properly. You know what the book is about - by reading the summary and other reviews. I won't go into all of that. The "lyricism" of the book - that people talked about - I failed to find it anywhere. I read it one evening - expecting for something better to turn up eventually. I was deeply disappointed. One of the most unremarkable books I have read in 2019.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Divya Babu

    Gravely disappointing. Had such high hopes.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Fathima (books_andstories_)

    I always read through her poems however long they maybe because there will be soul in them and will always keep me engaged till the end and her book was no different from them. . This is a story of Noor who lost her bestfriend from her native so she goes back to her place Herga in Karnataka to find out what actually happened to her dead bestfriend, after receiving a reply from her number. It was really creepy. I don't know how to explain it clearly but it gave me a modern Jane Eyre vibe. This cou I always read through her poems however long they maybe because there will be soul in them and will always keep me engaged till the end and her book was no different from them. . This is a story of Noor who lost her bestfriend from her native so she goes back to her place Herga in Karnataka to find out what actually happened to her dead bestfriend, after receiving a reply from her number. It was really creepy. I don't know how to explain it clearly but it gave me a modern Jane Eyre vibe. This could be actually taken as a YA gothic fiction with love, romance, friendship, fantasy, ghosts, deaths and demons. . There was a magic and mystery when she fell for a guy in the same place she wanted to find answers to Kirti's death. It was like reading her 200 pages long poetry with rich words, metaphors and of course music, especially to the flame lilies. It was good and I was so happy to read something by my favourite poet who is an author now. I also loved how she got to incorporate casteism, bigotry, feminism, spirituality, literature into this. It felt good to see them and already looking forward to her next book. . Pick it up if you want to get lost in her magic. and somewhere you will find your magic too.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Udita Alawadhi

    I could hear the book in Megha's voice like she's reciting poetry throughout, 213-pages long poetry!! There's so much in this book- magic, spirits, love, fireflies and flame lilies, heartbreak, despair, and I absolutely loved how she, in her own ways, also mentions the stereotypes prevailing in our society. Approaching the end, I was really scared, "Megha is going to break my heart, I’m sure." So.. yes, she made sure that her book takes away a part of me, and that a part of it remains with me, fo I could hear the book in Megha's voice like she's reciting poetry throughout, 213-pages long poetry!! There's so much in this book- magic, spirits, love, fireflies and flame lilies, heartbreak, despair, and I absolutely loved how she, in her own ways, also mentions the stereotypes prevailing in our society. Approaching the end, I was really scared, "Megha is going to break my heart, I’m sure." So.. yes, she made sure that her book takes away a part of me, and that a part of it remains with me, forever.❤️ I would go back and read this book, again and again.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Prachiti Chitnis

    Kind of book I would carry around with me everywhere I go and re-read my favorite parts. :)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Nidhi Srivastava

    I have been in love with this book totally, the day it arrived at my office I have been glued to it since then. When I started reading it, I picturized most of the events happening in London and then when the author mentioned Herga, I was a bit amazed with that. I read about the town in Karnataka, after reading some lines about the place. Well, the story has kept me glued to the book all this while with a beautiful narration of every situation by the author. The story of a girl, Noor who has los I have been in love with this book totally, the day it arrived at my office I have been glued to it since then. When I started reading it, I picturized most of the events happening in London and then when the author mentioned Herga, I was a bit amazed with that. I read about the town in Karnataka, after reading some lines about the place. Well, the story has kept me glued to the book all this while with a beautiful narration of every situation by the author. The story of a girl, Noor who has lost her best friend Kirti. How one message from a dead person's phone changed her life forever? How running away from Kashmir brought back childhood memories of Noor, Kirti and the cursed village of Herga. The story revolves around ghosts, and supernatural powers prevailing in the village. The encounter of Kalki, Kirti's brother and Noor changed prespectives of both of their existences. Noor walked in to Herga again, inspite of repeated warnings, to know more about the suicide of Kirti and understand the relation of a text message from Kirti's phone number. The chemistry between Kalki and Noor would have created a rift in the family, yet she took a step of walking in his life and opening her soul to him. The magic activities and spirits bated the shit of me, but I have been grateful to the author that she brought this book into our lives. To find out more about the kohl eyed Kalki and Noor grab your copy. Even you could find some flame lilies of your lives.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sudha Saswati Nayak

    Ahh My poor little heart. ♥️ An amazing amazing book written by my favourite Megha Rao who writes like She see right through me. I could relate the whole story to me because something similiar happened to me this year. I wish I could write it here. But I have been trying to move on since that incident. So no point of writing it down here. Some sentences from this book hit me hard, like this one - "The Universe can't stop people from loving each other. But it can stop them from being together. And Ahh My poor little heart. ♥️ An amazing amazing book written by my favourite Megha Rao who writes like She see right through me. I could relate the whole story to me because something similiar happened to me this year. I wish I could write it here. But I have been trying to move on since that incident. So no point of writing it down here. Some sentences from this book hit me hard, like this one - "The Universe can't stop people from loving each other. But it can stop them from being together. And my my, how well, just how very well it does that". I don't have the exact words to write about it. But I can tell you what I felt or was feeling while reading it. It made me rethink about my own lovestory in ways that only can be understood by a Lover. It's simple yet complicated. It's pure yet evil. You have to read this book. I won't do justice to the writer and the book if I tell you the whole story here or even if try to give you any hint. So please read it and tell me how much did you like it. May be?? Also, If you are planning to gift it to your Boyfriend/ girlfriend or any friend in general, Please go ahead. He/she will thank you from the bottom of their heart.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Akshaya

    Aah. I don't know what I feel about this book. It's so confusing. Megha Rao is one of my favourite spoken word poet. She has inspired me through out my passion for writing. But this book didn't succeeded to my hopes. I had high hypes about it. This book is about Noor who goes back to this village called "Herga " in Karnataka after getting the news of the death of her best friend. And then the whole story focuses on the love that grows between Noor and Kalki, the brother of her best friend. The s Aah. I don't know what I feel about this book. It's so confusing. Megha Rao is one of my favourite spoken word poet. She has inspired me through out my passion for writing. But this book didn't succeeded to my hopes. I had high hypes about it. This book is about Noor who goes back to this village called "Herga " in Karnataka after getting the news of the death of her best friend. And then the whole story focuses on the love that grows between Noor and Kalki, the brother of her best friend. The story is written in a poetic aspect since she is a poet and some phrases are really heart touching. The love between them are heartwarming and there is a suspense in the whole haunted and black magic elements that's describes the village. The ending was heart touching and sad. But overall, the book was just okay for me.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Natasha Borah Khan

    he blurb of the book seemed quite interesting and the title mystic.The writing style is lyrical and poetic, understandable since the author is a poet. So, some parts are really pleasing to read. But I felt that the story itself, along with the characters, lacked depth. Noor is pulled back to her mother's mystical hometown in search of answers to her best friend Kirti's death. Read full review at Natasha'z Words he blurb of the book seemed quite interesting and the title mystic.The writing style is lyrical and poetic, understandable since the author is a poet. So, some parts are really pleasing to read. But I felt that the story itself, along with the characters, lacked depth. Noor is pulled back to her mother's mystical hometown in search of answers to her best friend Kirti's death. Read full review at Natasha'z Words

  12. 5 out of 5

    Prasannta Priya

    I need my brain cells back.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Yashika Vohra

    I’ve been a fan of Megha Rao’s poetry for quite a few years now so picking up this book was a no brainer for me. Right off the bat, I loved the name and the description on the book jacket had that mysterious element to it. It is about a girl who gets a text from her dead best friend (who has committed suicide a few weeks ago) and she returns to her hometown to figure out what happened to her and how did she get that text if the girl is supposedly dead. I finished this book in one sitting in a mat I’ve been a fan of Megha Rao’s poetry for quite a few years now so picking up this book was a no brainer for me. Right off the bat, I loved the name and the description on the book jacket had that mysterious element to it. It is about a girl who gets a text from her dead best friend (who has committed suicide a few weeks ago) and she returns to her hometown to figure out what happened to her and how did she get that text if the girl is supposedly dead. I finished this book in one sitting in a matter of just a few hours. It was a light, easy read with a somewhat engaging storyline. There were a few instances in the book where Megha has described moments or places in such a way that it’s impossible for you not to imagine yourself there. Some sentences are almost like poetry and needless to say, there’s a lot of flowery language involved which isn’t surprising to note because Megha Rao has been a poet longer. A couple of qualms that I had with the book were the fact that the story seemed way too rushed at times. And this became a problem for the characters as they did not seem fully fleshed and were quite bland according to me. Another hard to ignore problem was that a lot of meaning of the sentences seemed to get lost in the poetic narration. While it added to some scenes, it took away a lot of momentum in others. Overall, it was a nice summer afternoon read with some sentences you’ll mark to come back to. The story is decent but forgettable. There’s a Nietzsche quote mentioned in one of the chapters ‘If something is to stay in the memory it has to be burned in’ but this book barely makes a mark let alone sears a hole in your heart.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Shravanthi

    This book was an amazing read. It's aesthetically pleasing and has a poetical writing. To people who say that "the book lacks depth", well the book is meant to be a quick and pleasurable read. It's beautiful and satisfying the way it is. Too much of "depth" would probably spoil it like Shakespeare. In our world, there are crores of literature pieces and there's no mandatory rule that each and every literature work has to be the same. Each book is different from the other. Some books have too muc This book was an amazing read. It's aesthetically pleasing and has a poetical writing. To people who say that "the book lacks depth", well the book is meant to be a quick and pleasurable read. It's beautiful and satisfying the way it is. Too much of "depth" would probably spoil it like Shakespeare. In our world, there are crores of literature pieces and there's no mandatory rule that each and every literature work has to be the same. Each book is different from the other. Some books have too much depth.. Some don't; Some have quick plotlines and some have too much draglines. Anyways, everyone has individual opinions. To me, this was a simple and poetical read. Reading this book gave the 'living in the day' and 'for the moment's pleasure' vibes. It's more like a 'romantic age'literature piece. HOW? It just finds pleasure and beauty in the little things just like how poems do. If you want a quick and aesthetically pleasing read, go for this one. It did satisfy me aesthetic drive though. Don't look for too much depth. Don't read it if you are a typical 'William Shakespeare' fan.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sanjana Rajpal

    "I wonder how there is so much toxicity around us and we still never love hope, hope is fragile, like ego, like the heart. But it is still alive in all of us, as a curse as a blessing. It keeps us going forward, but it also aligns us away from reality." Hope is the strongest of the points covered in the book. It hits you deeply in ways that can not be expressed. It gives you hope, Hope of loving, living, unraveling, and letting go. It describes the verses the heart can never say.  Music to Flame l "I wonder how there is so much toxicity around us and we still never love hope, hope is fragile, like ego, like the heart. But it is still alive in all of us, as a curse as a blessing. It keeps us going forward, but it also aligns us away from reality." Hope is the strongest of the points covered in the book. It hits you deeply in ways that can not be expressed. It gives you hope, Hope of loving, living, unraveling, and letting go. It describes the verses the heart can never say.  Music to Flame lilies is the story revolving around the female protagonist, Noor, who is yet to recover from the loss of her best friend, Kirti. And, one day when she receives a text saying 'I miss you' from Kirti she cannot help but go back to her hometown looking for answers and also, her best friend.  In her hometown Herga, she finds Kalki, Kriti's brother, and a local black magician. She had always been asked to stay away from him, but this time, she could not help but draw herself closer to him, because she knows he can answer all her questions, or she believes that to be true. Caught between magic and reality, Noor gets drawn towards the mysterious tricks of her hometown getting herself caught in a vicious circle. The book is about her experience in Herga and finding the escape from the magic she is drawn to.  The book has usage of strong words and instances that make us pause and look at things differently. With this book, Megha Rao has started a journey, part real, part imagined and we cannot help but embark on the journey with her. 

  16. 5 out of 5

    Agnes

    Music to Flame Lilies : I swam into the words of Megha Rao’s creation for Christmas. Ending the year with this book was such a settling deal.Dealing with all the parenthesis in life, people and moments this book will unravel to you thoughts that have kept the characters alive. Being a fictional concept , the characters especially the ‘well’ and Kalki are leading the plot. Noor has layers to her character which define a lot of us in our journey of life. Number of pages in this book are going to ca Music to Flame Lilies : I swam into the words of Megha Rao’s creation for Christmas. Ending the year with this book was such a settling deal.Dealing with all the parenthesis in life, people and moments this book will unravel to you thoughts that have kept the characters alive. Being a fictional concept , the characters especially the ‘well’ and Kalki are leading the plot. Noor has layers to her character which define a lot of us in our journey of life. Number of pages in this book are going to captivate your breath. Megha has the power to make you believe the things around her imagination, oh god! She is a magician of words with her poetry pouring out in a lot of spaces around the book. I would have loved to depict the ending in my own way, but Megha has left us with her soul on a quest ! A befitting read around magical realism, soul-ripping poetry and extremely engaging. You are so soulful @_megharao ♥️ You inspire me Lady.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Aakansha Munshi

    It was so bad. so bad. The characters were superficial. Plot was boring. I did not like it AT ALL. You come searching for answer's to your friend's death and fall in love with this SO TYPICAL hunk type guy with the personality of a wet cabbage leaf, but it's a fine match as you have the personality of a soy bread. Then it's supposed to make me feel sad at parts or happy at parts, neither of which I feel since I didn't care for the characters. There is supposed to be a low fantasy element here? Which i It was so bad. so bad. The characters were superficial. Plot was boring. I did not like it AT ALL. You come searching for answer's to your friend's death and fall in love with this SO TYPICAL hunk type guy with the personality of a wet cabbage leaf, but it's a fine match as you have the personality of a soy bread. Then it's supposed to make me feel sad at parts or happy at parts, neither of which I feel since I didn't care for the characters. There is supposed to be a low fantasy element here? Which is practically non existent. OH and the genre is magical realism apparently???? For me it's 0/5 stars or if I have a minus option then I'd gladly use that.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Shirin

    Its an amazing book , its is so engrossing .Its takes you into a different world and lets you independently create it for yourself , it leaves personal space for you . I would definitely say that the writing style is mind blowing and the plot was really good.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    3.5☆

  20. 5 out of 5

    Vaishnavi Sharma

    Beautifully written!! Highly recommended if you are a sucker or musical and poetic writing style!!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shraddha

    eXCITED TO READ

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tanmayi

    I loved reading every sentence of this book. It isn't about the story or how intriguing it should've been or is. Articulating emotions and presenting them with metaphors of mundane objects and events that one wouldn't easily be able to interrelate takes a lot of observation and emotional assessment. Every paragraph was flowing with poetry and I couldn't get enough of the love and the loss and the journey beyond that the protagonists go through. It was all just so incredibly beautiful. I love the I loved reading every sentence of this book. It isn't about the story or how intriguing it should've been or is. Articulating emotions and presenting them with metaphors of mundane objects and events that one wouldn't easily be able to interrelate takes a lot of observation and emotional assessment. Every paragraph was flowing with poetry and I couldn't get enough of the love and the loss and the journey beyond that the protagonists go through. It was all just so incredibly beautiful. I love the author and feel a sense of gratitude towards her for assuring me that it's okay to love unapologetically. I sincerely hope there is a sequel.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jahnvi Raol

    Book Review-'I miss you.' When Noor gets a message from her best friend, months after her death, she cannot help but go back to her hometown in search of answers, and perhaps even her best friend. Noor isn't prepared for the village that seems deeply rooted in magic.Then there's Kalki, the boy from the wrong side of the tracks, the local black magician, who is always in her way. He may be trouble, but Noor knows he can help her unravel the mystery of her friend’s death, or so she tells herself.C Book Review-'I miss you.' When Noor gets a message from her best friend, months after her death, she cannot help but go back to her hometown in search of answers, and perhaps even her best friend. Noor isn't prepared for the village that seems deeply rooted in magic.Then there's Kalki, the boy from the wrong side of the tracks, the local black magician, who is always in her way. He may be trouble, but Noor knows he can help her unravel the mystery of her friend’s death, or so she tells herself.Caught between magic and reality, Noor is increasingly drawn to the mysticism and drama of her hometown, even as dark forces gather and danger closes in on her. Will she be able to run away? Will she want to? This book isn't just a story but a journey full of love,magic, mystery,regrets and much more. Megha Rao served a dish full of magical words which kept me intrigued till the end.The book cover is itself such an pleasure to eyes.I think it's the perfect cover to show how magical the book is.The thing I love about the book is it is not just contained with black magic or noor's love towards her best friend. It is also contained with so much philosophy.I wish I could know more about what happened to kalki.Apart from that language is easy to understand.The rest of the characters are much developed. The story doesn't loses the track instead gets more and more interesting with each chapter. I highly recommend this book for it will bring magic with learnings. Rating-4/5

  24. 5 out of 5

    Zainab Fatima

    "Music to Flame Lilies" has everything that you can expect from a thriller and fantasy read. Wolves, mystic creatures, black magic, dark art and an extraordinary love story. The story begins with Noor receiving a text message from her dead best friend Kirti. They both grew up together in the city of Herga. Totally devasted by losing her best friend and to solve the mystery of her death Noor decides to leave for Herga where mysterious and supernatural beings prevail. This story is a perfect blend "Music to Flame Lilies" has everything that you can expect from a thriller and fantasy read. Wolves, mystic creatures, black magic, dark art and an extraordinary love story. The story begins with Noor receiving a text message from her dead best friend Kirti. They both grew up together in the city of Herga. Totally devasted by losing her best friend and to solve the mystery of her death Noor decides to leave for Herga where mysterious and supernatural beings prevail. This story is a perfect blend of love, friendship, and supernatural existence. A tale where wolves turn out to be saviors, where souls unite to make love while bodies remain dead. Megha Roa has poured her heart into this book. Along with lyrical and pleasant narration the book is enriched with great vocabulary too. I so wanted to know more about Kalki. What happened to him? Where did he go? Was he alive? I wasn't very much elated in the end. It felt like the story was in the surge to get over. It could have been extended to a few more pages. However, the book gave me chills throughout the read and I would definitely recommend it for a gothic, creepy and dark love story. . . Thanks to @_megharao for sending over the review copy.🌻

  25. 4 out of 5

    Afreen

    After getting a text from her dead bestfriend,Noor,nonplussed,sets off to Herga to find answers.Little did Noor know she was up for an adventure and would discover secrets more than she was looking for.She often has her senses put to test and finds herself drifting between reality and fantasy when she encounters a possessed dead body,breathtakingly beautiful ethereal beings,gory and gruesome rituals,hears the most bizarre of tales,an eerie singing of a ghost and the most when she's with Kalki. Th After getting a text from her dead bestfriend,Noor,nonplussed,sets off to Herga to find answers.Little did Noor know she was up for an adventure and would discover secrets more than she was looking for.She often has her senses put to test and finds herself drifting between reality and fantasy when she encounters a possessed dead body,breathtakingly beautiful ethereal beings,gory and gruesome rituals,hears the most bizarre of tales,an eerie singing of a ghost and the most when she's with Kalki. The ending did not meet my expectations because I believe the story could have had a bit more depth I guess.The picture I took doesn't do justice to how beautiful the cover really is.I wasn't even three pages into the book and I couldn't stop gushing over Megha's word composition and metaphors(as usual).I was not ready for a 212 page long poetry Megha!And forget Kalki,you've been the magician this whole while ;_; This book keeps you inquisitive and spell-bound throughout.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kalyani Ahirrao

    ~Music to flame lilies - Megha Rao~ . . . His voice sounds like sin. A soundtrack of dreams, music to flame lillies . . . The cover of the book is beautiful. This book isn't just a story but a journey full of love,magic, mystery,regrets and much more. The language is simply beautiful. I could have finished this book in one day but i took my sweet time finishing it. It was like a long poetry pleasing to read. The story revolves around ghosts supernatural povers prevailing in the village. This book is sur ~Music to flame lilies - Megha Rao~ . . . His voice sounds like sin. A soundtrack of dreams, music to flame lillies . . . The cover of the book is beautiful. This book isn't just a story but a journey full of love,magic, mystery,regrets and much more. The language is simply beautiful. I could have finished this book in one day but i took my sweet time finishing it. It was like a long poetry pleasing to read. The story revolves around ghosts supernatural povers prevailing in the village. This book is surreal & heartbreaking & the book I'll go back to for the soothing words.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Nidhi Kulkarni

    3.5 Stars This is a gorgeous, gorgeous book and since Megha is one of my favourite poets, I was really hyped about the book. The writing style is lyrical and some parts are just so beautiful. But the story as a whole, is a little bit lacking, IN MY OPINION. Some parts are way too poetic and just sometimes, I felt it wasn't needed. But as the author is a poet, I understand. The story could've been better, I suppose. But nevertheless, I love it and it'll always stay close to my heart.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Meghana guru

    I have always loved reading, watching and listening to Megha Rao's art! This book is surreal, heartbreaking and all things new and fresh. It is fireflies and werewolves; the light and the dark and maybe everything in between.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Leela

    I found a magic of words in this book. I love u megha. You r my all time favorite.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Gaurika

    This is the book I'll go back to :)

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