20 April, 2015

#Spotlight :: Lost Soul by Malika Gandhi


About the Book
When a Soul begins to ask questions, she expects answers. 

Aanchal wanders the lonely haveli (Indian mansion) at night, navigating her way to each room and turning the lights on. The villagers become aware of a presence and fear a girl never seen in their midst. 
Who is she and where did she come from? Who turns the lights on in the old ruin every night? 

Aanchal is not afraid of the villagers who want her banished, but she is afraid of her mother's yearly visit from the Other Side. Aanchal wants to be forgiven for something that happened by accident a hundred years ago, and she is willing to make things right. 

When Kunaal arrives with Jennifer, Aanchal sees the chance to right what went wrong, but she will need help. Will her friends help her? Will her mother's spirit forgive her? Will she finally be ready to cross over? 

Lost Soul - a harrowing tale of expectations and long-awaited hope. 

About the Author
Malika Gandhi lives with her husband and two sons in the East Midlands, UK. She is a homemaker and in between caring for her family, she writes her books. Malika is also an illustrator, and dabbles in a little painting too. She loves to experiment with different mediums, such as oils, acrylic, and watercolour.

She was born in India but moved to London when she was two, where her father was already settled. She traveled with her mother and brother. She has lived in London, studied in Southampton, and moved to Leicester after her marriage.

A lover of movies, Malika also likes to visit art and history museums and is curious about the universe.

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