She is not aware that she is different. Priyakshee, an IT Professional, could just see flashes of the future in her dreams. Still, she couldn’t save her mother; her father was far dead.
The cover-faced, self-healer fighter with the Aegishjalmur tattoo on his calf, AV, appears in her dreams and soon in real life. He protects her from attacks no one else knows about; tells her about her dead mother residing in his world: Midlife-The ghost-world; falls for her against the ‘Ghost law of protectors’.
Together they discover that Priyakshee, like her mother, is a member of JIVA, a hidden society with the power of Ghost-immortality. To keep her safe from himself, AV pursues her to marry her boss Amit who has developed an interest in her because she could prevision like Amit’s grandmother.
On the seventh day of their engagement, Priyakshee is found missing, Amit is convinced of her murder and after reading about AV in her diary, which says that Priyakshee is captured in the Ghost World, currently in eternal sleep waiting for Amit and AV to come and rescue her, Amit decides to prove her Schizophrenic.
Is AV really an imagination of Priyakshee or she holds a key to power everyone in Midlife would like to have? Why does Priyakshee go missing? Does Amit get rid of her after knowing about her schizophrenia? Or does he just want exemption from accusation to go and find Priyakshee?
‘Amitav Ghost’ breaks the stereotype, rediscovers the concept of Ghost, swings between psychological realism and fantasy, and keeps the reader guessing whether everything about AV is true or it’s Priyakshee’s imagination.