For me this seems to be a better book by Chetan Bhagat in terms of language, narration and research however essence of story remains to be pretty Chetan Bhagatian.
Deb, a Chandni Chowk bomb blast survivor, finds a diary at the blast spot. From the condition of the diary which was burnt badly it appeared that the diary-holder wasn’t fortunate enough to survive the wrath of that fateful day.
Depressed and traumatized, Deb decides to read the last words of a dead man, who happens to be a love-ridden, amazing human being whose only desire was, “I wish I could see her tomorrow”.
Though Amish, in his latest book, the oath of the vayuputras, shatters his own previous theories; Shiva, the Mahadev, continues to grow in stature and respect as a living God who can go to any extent to eliminate evil from the face of earth without bothering about the price he may have to pay for it.