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Book Review! Everyone Has a Right To Love by Gagan Madan


Life is too busy but it’s also too easy, if you look closer.

Love is too complicated but it’s also too clear, if you feel deeper.

Sometimes laughter is too difficult but a small smile can give us a lot of happiness.

Today we all are too busy to prove ourselves and to excel. We have no time for love and we hide our emotions and affection.

We always choose our priorities and we will always find time for things that we feel are important and those things which give us happiness. When we love someone, we start to care because love is a priority and not an option in life. 
You also have a right to love, so keep loving, stay happy  


**Thanks to the author for a physical review copy in exchange of an honest review**

Okay!! So let's start with my chitter and chatter regarding this book!

'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!!

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