Love @ 7

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
The beauty of love is best untouched. You can fall in love even at the slightest provocation of your heart, the soul is intelligent but still the heart wins most of the times. More
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Words: 1,210
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301231867

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Review by: Adarsh on March 26, 2015 :
Love@7
The title let the readers to assume that it is a story which states the love happened at 7th grade or at the age of seven. But the reality is quite different.

When it comes to the story, the theme was good. But you should've concentrated on elaborating the conversation between Mayank and Ananya. If you had did so, it would penetrate more emotionally in the readers mind. And one thing, should not use & as a short form to the word 'and' while writing a story. Everything except these were good.
Best of Luck
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Review by: Amrit Sinha on Nov. 18, 2012 :
"Love @ 7" - The first thought that came to my mind as soon as I read the title was that, well, this is gonna be another one of those teen-struck love stories. Young love tales are beautiful, but then, they are all so predictable, with either a happy or a sad ending. Nevertheless, the layout and the cover appealed to my senses, and I started reading this story.

And oh my gosh, surprise surprise. This tale broke all my pre-conceived notions about love stories. I wouldn't play the spoiler story and disclose the plot, but let me tell you all straight, this one would surely make you sit up and notice. Love doesn't need to have an ending, leave alone whether it bring laughters or tears. Love is special, and it goes on and on. Such amazing concept, beautiful and heart-warming, really curled my lips in a positive way.

I would love to read more of this author's work. If this book is any indication, this author will surely rise to the top in a very short time. A perfect and different love story. Do read it guys. You wouldn't stop smiling as the last letters flow before your eyes.

And trust me, the smile will come straight from your hearts.
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