The Guitar Girl
Aniesha Brahma

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Synopsis

Sixteen year old Rhea Shah never thought that she would find herself falling for her brother’s best friend, Joy Fernandez, when they come home from college. Because never thought that the dork who used to go to school with them would suddenly reinvent himself in college.

The only people she’s able to talk to about her absurd crush, are her best friends, Sophie and Arjav. Both of whom at first encourage, and then almost blackmail, Rhea to confess her feelings, which leaves the poor girl more muddled than ever!

Plagued with upcoming Board Examinations along with her friends’ suggestions, Rhea finds it difficult to concentrate, because she’s fallen for Joy, hook, line and sinker. In an attempt to give vent to her feelings, she begins a blog, where she publishes all her songs and poems, dedicated to Joy, keeping her identity a secret.

But things do not go quite how she planned when a certain blogger named J. Fern begins to read her blog, and wishes to work with her…

Will Rhea ever confess her feelings to Joy? And will Joy find out the real identity of The Guitar Girl?

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Jan 24 '15
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Joshua

It was like reading a girl's chat box.Nice.

Nov 28 '14
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Chetna

Love it. I really the style of writing, I think it would really connect with your target readership. At first, I had my doubts about it as it came across as inconvenient but I was wrong. You get accustomed to it as you read on. The storyline seems promising. I think it would make an entertaining book. I most certainly want to read further. Good luck!

Oct 01 '14
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Sep 20 '14
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Remesh

I haven't read anything like this before. Good luck.

Sep 18 '14
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Samiksha Gupta

I am a sixteen year old girl and I've seen some school-time love stories.. nothing of this kind though. But still the possibility of having such a romance cannot be ruled out ( we teenagers are actually too weird, so every freaking thing is possible with us ). I was attracted by the name first of all. The writing style, though unique and appreciable and quite real, is somewhat confusing.. i had to put an effort to think which lines came from which character.. On the whole, this sums up as a nice and lovely first love tale.. a very girly thing indeed (which might limit your audience perhaps). Nonetheless, I am interested to know what's gonna happen next..

Sep 14 '14
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Amish Sharma

Brilliant work!

Now stop copy pasting g-talks and start writing something that makes sense.

Sep 10 '14
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Aug 12 '14
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Aviral Singh

well to begin with, the plot seems interesting from the point of view of a teenager. However, I doubt if it will attract a plethora of readers. It is more like reading someone's journal than a novel. the book though might ge popular among the teenage readers. all the best..!!

Aug 08 '14
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Neha Sharma

In case u dont know one of the best evocative novels in history is a journalanne frank's diary. and there are other writer's like sue townsend who wrote adrian mole's diary.that is a popular fiction too

Aug 16 '14
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Aug 06 '14
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Damini Majumdar

Honest review? This is your everyday teenage drama! Sorry to sound harsh but that's exactly what I felt. I've had enough of CBag and Durjoy Dutta kind of love stories, simply enough. Some people sure find this type of stories worth liking but this is simply not my cup of tea. I wouldn't have finished reading the book but since reviewing without reading the complete manuscript would be somewhat unfair, I did read the whole of it.

But Aneisha, one thing I'd like to tell you that you're a gifted writer. Even though the story failed to catch my attention, I really appreciate your style of writing. Moreover, the idea of representing a story through Facebook messages, G-talk chats, text messages, journals and blogging..even passing notes in the class, is quite innovative. I'm sure there are people who'd relate to your story and like to read it. So I'd like this book to get published and wish you all the best for that.

Aug 04 '14
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Aug 01 '14
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payaswini

its jusT AWESOME . when will i get to read the full book ? can't wait :) ur one of my fav author now :)

Aug 01 '14
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Ishita Ray

feels like the butterflies fluttering for the first time again.

Aug 01 '14
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Niyati Shinde

Loved the witty way in which you have written! And abso freakin lutely loved the 'Chemistry Lab' table!! was literally ROFLing! Would love to read further... :-) this Rhea's sense of humour kinda reminds me of Bella from Twilight... :-)

Jul 31 '14
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Aniesha Brahma

Hi Niyati,
Thank you for reading and reviewing my book. It means a lot to me... Rhea is a sixteen year old schoolgirl with a hopeless crush....a little Bella-ish yes :)
Glad you enjoyed you read.
Thanks again for reviewing!!

Jul 31 '14
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Diptee Raut

I loved the way this story is written. I look forward to read the rest of it. Aniesha has the flair to keep her readers hooked on to what she writes

Jul 31 '14
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Aniesha Brahma

Hello....thank you for your review ^_^

Jul 31 '14
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Hetika Sanghani

A new way of writing a book...feel good..loveddd the way social media is used for writing the entire story...really liked reading whatever is put up...would definitely want to read more....Aniesha-very good job!!

Jul 31 '14
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Hetika Sanghani

They will...I am sure :):)

Aug 05 '14
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Aniesha Brahma

Hi Hetika,
Thank you for reading and reviewing my book. I hope others love the story as much as you did. *fingers crossed*
Thanks again!!

Jul 31 '14
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Chiquita

Loved it!

Jul 31 '14
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Aniesha Brahma

Thank you :)

Jul 31 '14
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Jul 31 '14
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Aniesha Brahma

Hey, thanks for rating :)

Jul 31 '14
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Sapna Bhattacharya

Aniesha has anyone ever told you that you are a born writer? Well I am...
Today morning while lazily browsing through BGB I noticed this new book uploaded. I clicked on Read Book, very sure that this subject will not interest me but wanted to browse through. Then I found myself falling for J, texting him as Rhea, as anxious as Rhea and hated to put the book down. Didn't want it all to end. Had never thought that texting, journal entries, emails could hold a reader's attention so well. This bloodygoodbook sure needs to be published. Till then waiting to read the rest......

Jul 31 '14
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Aniesha Brahma

Hi Sapna,
Thank you for loving the book so much :) I hope other readers love it just as much as you did :D *fingers crossed*
I had loved every minute of creating this story :)

Jul 31 '14
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Sapna Bhattacharya

And yes your off beat story has certainly found a place in my shelf. Sorry forgot to put this in the review :)

Jul 31 '14
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About the author

Aniesha Brahma Follow

I am a daughter, sister, friend, writer, blogger....I love writing. This is all the therapy I need in the world. And I love reading... :-) I am here with the hope even offbeat stories will find a place in the reader's shelf....