- Paperback: 140 pages
- Publisher: Notion Press; First edition (22 June 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1947429264
- ISBN-13: 978-1947429260
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 0.9 x 20.3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 18 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,23,363 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Everyone Has a Right to Love Paperback – 22 Jun 2017
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'Everyone Has a Right to Love' is my first book by author 'Gagan Madan'. The thing that compelled me to choose this book was it's title. I mean just take a look at the title, it makes you curious about the what lies inside.
I am not going to reveal the story because it will be an ultimate spoiler for this particular book so this review will just be an opinion based review.
The storyline was quite simple and easy to understand. This book is actually based on author's imaginations of love. I mean this books takes you for a ride into the author's mind.
Now talking about the storyline, it was quite cute and easily understandable. 'Everyone has a right to love' deals with the sensitive topics of friendship, love and most importantly happiness and satisfaction. The story didn't lack the creativity but the writing did.
The writing style could have been more creative and entertaining. The language used was really simple and there were many grammatical errors which served as a hurdle in my reading process. But all in all it was a good read with a good plot by a young author.
At last I'd like to say that everyone has a right to love so keep loving!!
It is a story of love, life, friendship, and hope. Akhil has got a job in a 3-star hotel post his hotel management. There he meets Bhavin, Atul, Jivika, Hardeep, and Khushi. They share their personal journeys with each other and bond over coffee breaks. They plan to get their seniors, Tushar and Juhi, closer to each other as they both had feelings for one another.
In the process, Akhil falls for Khushi, and Jivika falls for Akhil. Will Khush reciprocate Akhil's love or will Akhil accept Jivika's love?
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What I loved about the story was the hope that Akhil had for life and love, and the same he tried to spread across everyone he met. The plot was sweet and brings a smile to your face, but the writing brought it down many levels and doesn't let you bond with the characters.
Where the plot left me with a positive thought, the writing really pulled me off. It has various issues with editing and definitely needs another proofreading.
It is well a conceived idea but, a poorly executed one.
The book ends with beautiful words that go like -
"Life is not meant to be easy, its meant to be alive. Sometimes good, sometimes bad.
Love is not meant to be formality, its meant to be relation. Sometimes soft, sometimes rough.
But with every up and down, we learn lesson that make us strong."
Another thing that I liked is that the author has tried to incorporate variety in the personality of characters. And that's where the liking ends and dislikes pop up.
When I read the blurb, I thought the book was promising. But a few pages in and I was already put off - one thing, that I absolutely cannot stand in a book is bad language - a book not well written, or well edited is a big turn off for me. I'm sorry to say, but it's a badly written book.
I kept hoping that it would get better, but the character building wasn't strong. The writing was a drag. And then it turned into a really bad Bolly-wood movie - a love triangle, a villain and all the drama that comes with it, including the festival of Holi. And then it was all goody-good. The bad guy turns out to be good, the father suddenly starts loving the son, the rich mom is okay with her daughter choosing a poor guy - just too goody-good for real life.
Life in reality has tons of grays, yes it isn't all black and white and more white at that. Add some cheesy quotes and messages doing rounds on WhatsApp and Facebook since ages and bang you have your book laid out for you. There was no punch to the story, the plot was bad and it took a lot of effort on my part to finish that book. This one, just wasn't for me.
It sure had good parts (that I already mentioned), but it had more bad than good for me. I just cannot stand a badly written novel. But if you are a sucker for bolly-wood romances and you like happy-goody things, and are not too stuck-up on the writing - just go ahead and grab your copy, while I will go and pick-up something else to read and detox myself.
Having said that, I wish the author success in his future endeavors. I appreciate that more and more people are writing these days, while I just go away and hide in the closet (read : behind my books) and shove my writing skills under the carpet.
Well, what I am trying to say is - Happy Reading!