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Only Time Will Tell

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The book Only Time Will Tell is written by Jeffrey Archer (Translated By Leena Sohoni) and is published by Mehta Publishing House 

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The heartbreaking story of Harry Klifton starts in 1920. Harry then said, “I was told, my father died in a battle.” But it took 20 years for him to know the truth about his father’s death, on what circumstances, in what condition his death arrived, and this gave birth to a new question,“ What my father actually was?“ Is Harry a child of common labourer who worked in Bristol’s island, or a child of West Country’s well known, rich man? Is he really a child of the owner of Barrington shipping lines? The time span of 1920 to 1940 is narrated in the book ‘Only time will tell’. The characters in this book are unforgettable. This first part of the book consists of the time period from World War I to the beginning of World War II. During this time, Harry was left with only 2 options – to go to Oxford for higher education , or, to join the war against Hitler’s Germany. This book takes us to a long mesmerising journey. We wish for this mind-blowing journey doesn’t comes to an end, at all. With the end of this unforgettable journey, we get stuck with a huge question in front of the hero of this story, Harry, and in front of us, as well. This question mark makes us think wisely.

  • Author Jeffrey Archer (Translated By Leena Sohoni)
  • Language Marathi
  • Year of Publication 2015
  • Edition First
  • Number of pages 440

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