"More Than You Know" is a decent enough book. When I read that the author, Beth Gutcheon, also has written screenplays, I thought that this is a book that could very easily be adapted into a movie screenplay and perhaps that's what the author had in mind when she wrote it. I don't know. But honestly, this work comes across more as a "based on the hit film!" type of book rather than some great work of fiction.
"More Than You Know" is part love story, part ghost story, and the two are cleverly interwoven. When Hannah is 17 she spends the summer in a coastal Maine village and falls in love for the first time with the town's bad boy. She, her brother and her… Read more