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Where the Secret Lies: A Paranormal Romance by [Gandhi, Malika]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 841 KB
  • Print Length: 197 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BUOWFBC
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews
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I bought this because I really enjoyed Ms Gandhi's debut novel, Freedom of the Monsoon, and I certainly wasn't disappointed.
This book takes place in two time periods; the post-partition India of the late 1940s and the modern day.

In the 1940s Anjali is rescued from a riot by the mysterious Mohan. Then his previous pre partition existence intrudes on their married life, making Anjali feel cast out and rejected. Things escalate into tragedy.

In 2012 Arianna and her family journey to India for a relative's wedding. But the past intrudes and throws Arianna into a mystery. As she learns more about the mysterious Anjali; Ari realises she had a role in her story and she fights unsuitable romance, curiosity and tradition in order to find her role in both past and present.

A beautifully written story; with well drawn believable characters, evocatively described and with engaging dialogue, Malika Gandhi draws us into the world of both modern day India and the turbulence of its history. A must read for anyone who has even the slightest interest in India's history. I really hope to see more from this author in future.
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I was hooked to this book from page one. The story of Anjali set in 1947 and Arianna in 2012. A story of intrigue from the begining. Ver well written and wil certainly read more from this author. Loved it. x
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Where The Secret Lies is a well-written and carefully constructed story that delves into the turbulent history of India as well as settings in the present day. The tale is told through two character view points, those of Anjala and Arriana. With skillfully woven threads of fantasy, mystery and family, the story will leave you feeling emotional but entertained and craving more from this author.
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Maliki Gandhi has a real talent for weaving a good story. I enjoyed reading it. The description of India and the families and their way of life was very interesting. The storyline was thought provoking .
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Words draw you in, whirlpools you to a different time and place. You become part of a girl's fear for her life during the Partition in India. Then you are swept to busy, technology driven London as we know it today. Two stories, woven together to have the end result of this beautiful story filled with unexpected twists and turns. It is really well written and as the plot unfolds, it gets more difficult to put it down. A must read.
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Hi all,

I highly recommend this book. I loved it from the beggining to end. There are two beautiful stories in two different times which meet in an amazing moment. It's lovely written and you can reach the gorgeous misteries of the wonderful India, imaginative, spiritual...wow...Malika you are my number one.

Please don't let pass the opportunity to enjoy this jewel!!!
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It is intriguing and Gandi pulls the reader into the story right from the beginning. The story brings the reader on an adventurous and captivating journey. The characters are remarkable and believable, as two characters are from two different time periods. It is an interesting look into Indian culture and history. It is a very interesting story and though there are some differences between cultures (me, being American) it is an easy to follow story and makes the subject of reincarnation seem possible and believable. A fully inspirational story. I did like how she put the English version of an Indian word or phrase in parenthesis, so the reader knew what she meant. She caters to both Indian and English Speaking readers. I can't wait to read more of her work.
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This book is extremely well thought out. Ms Gandhi cleverly crosses time periods with her lead characters, something which is not easy to do, and it does not interrupt the flow of the story one bit. I found myself loving and hating, and then loving again, one character in particular, but I won't say which one (I don't want to spoil it for you), but the writer manages to write in such a way that your emotions do change as the characters develop and there are some tremendous twists along the way. I have read Ms Gandhi's Freedom Of The Monsoon also, and I thoroughly enjoyed it, but dare I say that I think I liked this novel even more - if that's possible! I know (or should I now say knew) very little about Indian culture before reading Ms Gandhi's work, but I found myself engrossed in the history and wanting to know more about what exactly happened and why; she really does have a magical way of transporting the reader to where the story is. This book is perfect for the YA market, but I would highly recommend it to anyone.
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