The Invisible Guardian

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The Invisible Guardian


Aishwarya lost her parents at a very young age in a terrible accident. After everything she’s been through, she still tries to find her dreams and destinations with the help of her invisible guardian. Well, she is a girl who believes that life has and needs a little magic to it; And that’s exactly what she’s going to see.

She thinks when she’s crying all alone – Someone’s watching over her from behind.

When she makes a big mistake – What she doesn’t know is that someone made
sure she learns her lessons in life.

After years of struggle, she finds out she’s been taken care of all along by someone
mysterious, and maybe even magical. Whom she calls her “Dreamcatcher”.

Author: Nikhila Chalamalasetty


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2 reviews for The Invisible Guardian

  1. Priya

    The story starts with an old woman comforting a young girl who is upset with her life and telling her how an angel, God or an invisible guardian is always watching over us and taking care of us. When the girl disapproves this theory the lady tells her a story to prove her point.

    The story is about Aishwarya, a girl in her mid twenties living with her younger brother and sister and how she overcomes her struggles and barriers and succeeds in her life all throughout being watched over by a guardian unknown to her.

    Is the guardian watching her actually helping Aishwarya or will it cause more troubles in her life?

    This is a story of hardships, belief, love and hard work. And it shows believing in little miracles doesn’t hurt. The narration was very decent and the language used is simple and lucid. I loved it when the real identity of old lady is revealed at the end. Its a unique kind of story and I liked it.

  2. Devanshi Mahajan

    Firstly the title of the book intrigued me to read this book and finally I read it.
    The Invisible Guardian revolves around a girl named Aishwarya, who lost her parents in a car accident. Being an elder sibling she had to take care of her other two siblings and had a lot of pressure on her. But her friend Janu never left her side, was always there for her.

    Aishwarya goes through a lot of difficult circumstances but she never left her hope and felt that someone (invisible guardian) was guiding her in each step. She felt that some magic was revolving around her and everything was happening rightly.

    So now the question arises, Are these Invisible Guardians real? Do they really exist?

    Talking about the storyline, it was good, I could connect to Aishwarya. The narration is perfect and the language is lucid. The title justifies the whole story. After reading this book I could feel positivity around myself and I enjoyed reading it. And look at the cover, it’s so soothing. I loved it.♥️☺️
    I do recommend this book to everyone.

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