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‘Can I hold your hand?’While moving towards the car Arunuday asked Deepa.‘You can hold; but before that you have to promise me that you will not leave me alone till I die.’ Deepa told thoughtfully.Arunuday holding her hand promised, ‘I shall not leave you till I die. I want to die in your arms.’ More

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About Hiranya Borah

Born in a teachers' family in a village of Assam, a province of India, Borah started his journey of writing at a tender age of eleven. He published two novels in Assamese language and other fictional and non-fictional stories in Assamese periodicals during his college days. Then Borah almost stopped his literary activity for more than three decades. In the meantime he became a Gender specialist.
However,so far, he has published more than one hundred and sixty five books on this platform in English and one book in Hindi within a span of five years. The books are on different topics like inspiration,romance and love, humour, ghosts, suspense thriller, children etc and those are written both in prose and poetry.
Eight English and two Assamese books are also available in printed form. 2nd edition of his first book, 'Random Thoughts' is also in the public domain.

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KaraSkinner reviewed on Sep. 17, 2017

Borah's stories have generally improved the more he writes. Interview was not one of his better stories.

I have no problem with the character Arunuday. In fact, Arunuday is downright charming. He also recommended a fellow candidate to the interviewers over himself because the candidate needed the job to care for her family, which was really nice of him.

Deepa, the beautiful woman, is all right. She's nice enough at least. But she's a little creepy. Ever since their first interview together, two years ago, she's been keeping tabs on Arunuday, hoping to meet him officially. In fact, the only reason she interviewed at the present day job interview was so she could talk to him. Really, stalker much?

It doesn't help that this story is absurdly insta-love. Deepa actually says it was love at first sight for her. There is nothing I hate more than love at first sight stories. It's a cop-out and only acceptable if one of them is a witch or wizard and cast a love spell on the other.

While Borah's writing has improved, he still felt the need to insert author's notes in the actual text! I'll be reading along and then in parentheses Borah will say (you'll find out why she lied later). It would have been better if he let the story tell itself. Does anyone enjoy anything if they are constantly being interrupted?
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anwesha borah reviewed on July 23, 2016

It is really good to read. I love it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
monaborah reviewed on May 19, 2016

too good
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Tuku Moni reviewed on May 19, 2016

Extremely lovable story!
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