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By Ranajay Das

Aoirei

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 familiar story of forgotten memories, trauma, spirits and the search for truth.

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About The Author

Ranajay Das

Ranajay Das was born in Kolkata, India and spent most of his childhood in the city of Indore. As of 2020, he is 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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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!

– EDMUND LEOW (VIA AMAZON)

“I love how the author has crafted the ending, leaving me feeling like I had just been on a life-changing journey with the characters and coming out hopeful and inspired at the end.”

РMaryAnn Loo (via Goodreads)

“It might be a bit confusing at first as the storyline is not exactly linear, but you get the hang of it pretty quickly. It was also worth rereading the entire book (it’s not that long!) to pick up on the details you might have missed the first time round.”

– Hendri Budi (via Amazon)

“It is a very good read with a gripping story line and some very intriguing characters. What really stood out for me was some of the sub plots which tie in at the end. Would like to see more from the author.”

– Ankur Patil (via Amazon)

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