You are Still the One

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Himanshu Rai is a bestselling author with a passion for storytelling. His previous novels, My Mute Girlfriend, I Am Always Here with You, Recollecting the End, Rhythm Roger: The Secrets of Electon and She Erased Her were highly appreciated and featured on the Amazon Bestseller charts. Himanshu has loved writing since he was a child. He wrote Chariots of Mahabharata when he was just fourteen years old. His way of writing is often termed visual writing, as readers can imagine themselves in the story. Himanshu also wrote poetry which was published in local newspapers during the early years of his life. Himanshu has received several accolades from various intuitions in India for his work. He has received awards from Jashn Management & Literature and Shamlam Literature Society, Madhya Pradesh, and also been honoured at Gorakhpur Literature Festival. He is one of the prime speakers in many colleges and schools and was a speaker at the World Bookfair in 2017 and 2020. Himanshu lives in Noida with his wife and son.


  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Prakash Books
  • Genre: Fiction
  • ISBN: 9789354402982
  • Pages: 216
SKU: 9789354402982 Category:

A heart-warming story about love, faith, smiles, and friendship. You Are Still the One traces the lives of Trisha, Aditya, Varun, Meetu, and Dakshit. Trisha, a lively and talented young seventeen-year-old, has been diagnosed with Hodgkin Lymphoma. Her father brings her to Delhi for treatment where she meets her doctor’s son, Aditya, a smart, cheerful army officer. Their friendship and love blossom during Trisha’s treatment. Even as Trisha is doubtful about her recovery, Aditya, along with Trisha’s cousin Varun and his girlfriend Meetu, keeps her spirits up, encouraging her. Then the day arrives when Aditya has to return to duty. After news of an accident in Siachen, they don’t hear from him again. What happens next? Does Trisha recover? Does she meet someone new? Does she ever see Aditya again? Some love stories can make you cry, and yet make you believe that miracles do happen.

Additional information

Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 20 × 12 × 5 cm

Natham publication