Blurb: Everyone has secrets . . . but is hers the most shocking? Orphaned at birth, seventeen-year-old Sahil has always blamed himself for his parents’ death. He has little interest in life until he meets the enigmatic Anya in a chance encounter during the Shimla fest. Soon he falls head over heels in love with her, but Anya doesn’t reciprocate his feelings. An accident leaves him in a coma and when he wakes up he makes a startling discovery-he can read minds! Now he can find out what goes on in Anya’s mind and maybe, just maybe, make her fall in love with him. But is Anya all she seems? Or is she hiding something? Deliciously plotted, full of morbid secrets and startling revelations, Secretly Yours will make you question what you see and who you trust.
About the Author : Vikrant Khanna is a captain in the Merchant Navy. He is the bestselling author of When Life Tricked Me and Love Lasts Forever. Apart from writing, he is fond of composing songs and playing the guitar. He lives in New Delhi.
Review: Having read earlier books by Vikrant Khanna, I was not surprised how well he has written his new book. The story being erratic made it a well read for me. This is a love story of the protagonist Sahil, 17 years old who falls in love with Anya and the story is about Will Sahil able to succeed in his mission & able to get his love? I highly suggest this book to everyone. The story line was interesting and definitely one of those unput-downable types of the recent times. I really liked the part of the mysteries which discloses after every chapter and surprises the mind of the reader. Right from the title, to writing style and the characters, everything is very much ground-breaking, delectably exclusive and well written. This story narrates the individual stories of characters, alongside to the story and the plot adding more weight age. This is one reason enough where the reader can just fall into the story and read till the end. I finished reading the book in 2 hours straight away, it was very fast paced and overwhelming book. The story definitely would make us think on life and death, its cost and the viewpoints of those left behind to live. I am glad this story has a moral that how many regrets a person has, when he disgraces the luxuries of his life. The story has an ideal ending without even asking for.
I write a lot, which keeps me off the streets and out of trouble. There is always something to write about, always a new story to craft. Not writing, for me, is like trying to hold back a sneeze. Learning to write was the most powerful influence in my life. I can still remember the awe I felt when I realized I could put real words onto paper and tell out a story. From that first ‘a-ha’ moment I knew I wanted to write.
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