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Lovely book......finished reading it in a day......was too curious to know how it ends....kept me glued ......enjoyed every bit of it.....good job Vikrant......I have read your earlier books too and I feel this is maybe the best so far....a must read --By Amazon Customer on 18 April 2017

I felt emotional after reading this masterpiece, Vikrant Khanna has come back with most powerful romance again. Good luck Sir! --By Ajay on 19 April 2017

I loved the story and the way it's narrated. Thank you for this beautiful piece. Appreciate it. --By Book worm on 19 April 2017

About the Author

Vikrant Khanna is a captain in the Merchant Navy. He is the bestselling author of Secretly Yours, 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.

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  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House India (14 April 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0143439944
  • ISBN-13: 978-0143439943
  • Product Dimensions: 21.2 x 1.7 x 13.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #459 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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“The Girl Who Knew Too Much” by Vikrant Khanna is a book that will more be loved by people who are believer than cynic. I enjoyed reading the whole book because I am a believer. I completed the book in one go. I always have a habit of imagining things before hand and like always even this time the book held a different story from that which I had in my mind. The title of the book was very apt but the cover could have been a bit different too. Although, this cover was also well designed. The whole book revolve around the girl Sahiba whose story Harry narrates to Akshara who is sad by her mother’s death. But by the ending of the story Akshara doubts herself and even Harry too. “Thousands Good Deeds Can Make A Miracle” was strongly believed and implemented by both Sahiba and Akshara. This book in one word ‘Fantasy‘. I have read first time something of this genre and so I was all excited to reach the end. With the turning pages you will have many questions in mind whose answers you will find in next few pages. The writing style of the author and the narrative technique of the author is quite good. Inspite being a believer,I was convinced with the fact of book being a fiction. Still love for some characters will arouse in one’s heart. It is a good one time read.
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The Girl Who Knew Too Much: What if the Loved One You Lost Were to Come Back?
by Vikrant Khanna

Book Cover:

The cover is showing a girl walking on some kind of bridge to a jungle. Time is probably evening either snow is falling or divine light is shining. This is mysterious and religious. It matches the tone of book.

Blurb:

Can true love bring someone back from the dead?
Akshara is left devastated by her mother’s death and spends most of her time in solitude at the local park. One day, as she is sobbing uncontrollably, a young man named Harry approaches her. They become friends and Harry recounts to her a story about the miraculous reunion of a young woman and her dead boyfriend to help ease some of her pain. The story makes Akshara hopeful that she can perhaps see her dead mother again.
But she soon realizes that Harry isn’t what he seems to be. Even the characters in his story seem dubious, almost unreal. So what is he hiding? And why? Is there any truth to his story at all?
In this darkly suspenseful romance mystery, Akshara is left facing a truth that will make her doubt not just Harry but herself as well . . .

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Before you start reading the book, take a moment to decide:

Are you a believer or cynic?

This is given before the first page. So this gives an idea about the story.

This is a story of Akshara, a 13 year old girl whose mother died in an accident. She is in mourning and wish to bring her back from dead. She is visited by a mysterious stranger Harry aka Harvinder Sigh in a park. He develops a rapport with Akshara and tries to lessen her grief. Harry starts telling her story of his one sided love, Sahiba. Sahiba was his neighbour whom he liked immensely.
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Power is all that is needed to conquer our deepest fears. And from where does that power come, you may ask? It comes from within, from our subconscious mind. Akshara, the young twelve-year-old, develops the power to fight her demons after her mother’s death. But the power ruins her, for it transports her to an unreal world, a world where she connects with those who do not belong to her.

“The Girl Who Knew Too Much’ is a fiction novella published by Penguin with a page count of 213. The book is a breezy read and the fast-paced narration in simple language caters to the interest of all ages. For a young girl to move on after losing her mother is really difficult. The plot of the story revolves around how Akshara meets a stranger, Harry, and connects with him instantly. His story not only makes her happy but also leaves her with a very strong realization.

The first few pages of the book are written in a very simple language and that becomes the part where the readers bond with the characters. Akshara is one character whose essence is felt throughout the story. But Harry is another character who seems distant. His emotions are not palpable. The title of the book is catchy. The glossy cover with a perfect blend of dreamy colours seems perfect. The blurb reveals too much information and the reader can just not ignore but predict the ending. The editing of the book is finely tuned. And the presentation of content in form of different chapters is good. I would like to compliment the author’s ability to present this piece of fiction in a language that can be understood by everyone.

The story is new. Unlike the usual mushy love tales, this story explores the dark side of the human mind and explains how uncontrollable it can become once it gains the power.

Overall, this book is a good read with a gripping plot and might be liked by all ages.
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Being an ardent lover of Love genre books I feel great pleasure reading love stories. Though I have read more than fifty love genre novels, I still get attracted to the word, ‘Love’. Every book has its own taste. This book, ‘The Girl Who Knew Too Much’ is not just any love story but it also has a lot of suspense, twists and turns. This story speaks of Love, Loss, Grief, Guilt, Emotions.

If you have read the Book Blurb you might be having a good idea about the story. When Harry found a thirteen year old girl, Akshara mourning over her mother’s death, he thought of narrating his story to Akshara. It is then, Sahiba and Siddharth takes over the story; A Triangular Love Story.

Harry loves Sahiba. Sahiba loves Siddharth. But God has something else to offer. Siddharth dies. Oh well, I can’t narrate the entire story here, it would be unfair to the author. To get your answers you need to read the book. To be honest, you won’t regret spending your bucks on this book.

There is a lot of drama in the story and kudos to the Author for narrating everything slowly and keeping the readers gripped to the story. First few pages might make you a little bit bore but pages later you will be hooked to the book.

Likings: Suspense till the end, Page turner, Narration style, Emotions, Easy but Intense read.
Disliking: The Paranormal thing might not go well with some readers.
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