Book Review: Love Will Find a Way by Anurag Garg

Love Will Find a Way

Author: Anurag Garg
Publisher: Penguin Publishers
Rating: 3.5/5

‘Love Will Find a Way’ is the third book with the same title that I got my hands on- the first two penned down by Mr Ashish Ranjan and Ms Parul Tyagi respectively, the latter having a more intriguing plot. However, the book by Penguin falls in average category owing to the clichéd plot.

Love is an uncanny emotion as it is ever evolving. But this story is not only about love. It is a complete pot-boiler with appropriate amounts of mystery, thrill, love, romance and regret. The story revolves around Madhav, a creative thinker who likes to pour his thoughts using a pen. The commendable character sketch of this ‘round’ character is worth praising. With an objective atmosphere, the story describes the plethora of pathos in Madhav’s life. But this sadness is not because of his present; his past is what becomes the bane of his life. He can neither focus nor live in peace and thus, he decides to visit Radhika, a psychiatrist. Just like it happened in Dear Zindagi, the therapist falls in love with the client, being well aware of the laws in her profession. Trying to keep an arm’s length and fighting the Cupid, Radhika strives to help Madhav overcome his haunting past. But what happens next is not only predictable but also very simple.

‘Love… will find its way’ is a simple read. The plot of the story is predictable and is not new to the readers. The narration is lucid and easy to comprehend. The dialog delivery is fine. The cover of the book is apt but the title is too common.

The ‘sexual’ element has been stretched way too much in the book. And this is the reason I did not find it interesting. The proofreading has been done minutely and that is one department where Penguin aces the test.

Overall, a good yet simple plot that is enjoyable and interesting.

Best wishes to the author!

 

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