Some of the most amazing secrets lie in the pages of books and scripts, and we rounded up our favorites for you!
1. Seraphina’s music: Seraphina is a gifted musician who joins the court as someone in the royal family is murdered by what appears to be a dragon. She becomes involved in the investigation, only to discover that there was a sinister plot to destroy peace in the Kingdom of Goredd. She struggles to protect the kingdom and the secret behind her musical gift, which could end her life.
2. The Picture Of Dorian Gray: the young and beautiful Dorian Gray is the muse of an artist named Basil Hallward. Dorian realizes one day that his beauty will fade so he sells his soul and starts becoming more and more cruel, which is depicted in the ever-changing portrait.
3. Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets: The whole HP series is full of secrets, but The Chamber Of Secrets is the best one! Hogwarts is warned that the Chamber of Secrets will be opened and the true heir of Slytherin would kill any student who doesn’t come from an all-magical family. Students start being petrified by an unknown creature until Harry, Ron and Hermione investigate. With Hermione petrified, Harry and Ron find the Chamber and discover that it was opened by Tom Riddle who is revealed to be Lord Voldemort!
4. Pretty Little Liars: the books and the show are filled with infinite secrets and lies. Alison DiLaurentis is killed and her four best friends are haunted by a mysterious “A”. Aria, Spencer, Hanna and Emily are stalked by A who wants to get revenge on them for what Ali did. But we don’t know what that is! A does terrible things to the girls and threatens to expose their secrets.
5. The Da Vinci Code: Symbologist Robert Langdon and Sophie Neveu investigate a murder at the Louvre Museum, which takes them on a quest for the Holy Grail. But along the way they find out that the Holy Grail is not actually a grail, but a descendant of Jesus and proof of his relationship with Mary Magdalene.
What’s your favorite secret from a book, TV show or movie? Tell us in the comments!
This post is written in partnership with Random House and Seraphina.