|This story is way outside the box. I have never read any supernatural story as new and different as this. It is a love story told on both spheres, i.e. this world and "the life after death".
Dreams play a major role in this story. The intensity of attachment shows up in it. We dream of things which we cannot reach out to in normal life. The case of Harry and his girl friend seem more realistic in the dream she had.
The content apart, this story, told in first person point of view is narrated in a convincing manner. By the end of the story you come to believe in the events. It leaves you thinking of reasons why such things happen.
"I was totally confused; my senses abandoned me, I did not know what to do."
It is quite brilliant, I mean the technique the writer used in penning the story.
On the one hand, we see the reality, how the girl checks the room suspecting someone's presence, and on the other, unseen she feels the intimate touch and presence of that someone right in her bed. Naturally, she was confused.
Of course, the psychologists would come up with a well proved theory of the behavior of the mind in its subconscious state.
Yet, certain things cannot be explained or their existence shown.
Too good not to be true.
Prose style flows like a poem and the sentence structure, the smooth transformations win my praise.