Manya Sharma, a shy loner starts her college seeking life beyond her shell to find someone “who will stay?”.
Everything changes when she comes across an enigmatic senior, Shreyansh.
He is alluring, honest, lovable, yet haunted by his dark depressing past.
Manya finds herself under his spell and together they embark on a journey of self discovery, love and bittersweet life lessons.
They attempt to defy all odds, but at what cost?
Peek inside the life of Manya Sharma’s blank canvas and watch as her life explodes into a kaleidoscope of colorful hues, only to fade to black.
“If this love was water, I would’ve drowned in him.”
About The Authors
Vedant Saxena hails from Ghaziabad, a hotel management graduate from IHM Kurukshetra. He was a trainee at Le Méridien, New Delhi, before finding his niche in writing. He is also a self proclaimed grief-counsellor and motivator, who loves to help people, counselled dozens of people out of suicide, as well as people going through depression, anxiety & heartbreak. Apart from this, he loves to cook, read and travel. You can reach out to him through: Instagram–@Vedant_thereal Twitter–@Vedant_thereal.
Annie Pruthi is an old soul which nestles in a body of 17 year girl. She’s from Delhi and an alumni of St. Anthony’s School, currently pursuing her Bachelors from Gargi College, Delhi University. She likes to read and listen music. Instagram: @poetryandpoetess
will you stay is a sweetheart remembrance book filled in with so much more than just a story.
I was really impressed by the cover animation Not much not less just perfect to blend in with the curiosity of the blurb.
Diving in to the characters one could relate to them at some point or the other. They have been described nicely.
The book doesn’t feel like it has been coauthored.
The feeling and soft touch to the story remains throughout.
The story is set of college time which has intricate details and the college love which is so innocent.
The letters in between
Really have alot of heaviness in them.
Talking things that hit you.
I really loved how so many quotes are put about life and the emptiness that keeps bothering.
Many important aspects are covered in the story.
The book has a poetic effect to it which I really liked.
The book is of medium length.
The story is engaging.