Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully Right
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Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully Right Audible Audiobook – Unabridged

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Listening Length 7 hours and 22 minutes
Author Varsha Dixit
Narrator Supriya Jambunathan
Audible.in Release Date 21 July 2017
Publisher Audible Studios
Program Type Audiobook
Version Unabridged
Language English
Best Sellers Rank #18,606 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
#59 in Urban Fiction
#88 in Contemporary Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
#394 in Women's Fiction

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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliantly written... Definitely worth your Money!
By Santosh Panda on 24 September 2016
Where to begin with? Now if you are new to the world of books or if you are someone who is looking for a book to fall in love with, then you are at the right place. The characters, the plot, the storyline, the drama, the love, the twist, you will fall in love with everything of this book. I don’t remember the last time I have read such a beautiful book.

The book has two important characters, Viraj (a mad scientist) and Gayatri Dutta (a rich, spoiled diva). The story revolves around these two central characters with a help from other characters: Nikhil, Sneha, Nandini, Aditya and others.
Is Viraj really mad? Or is he showing a different side of his to world? Does Viraj has an unforgettable incidents of past? Who is Sana? Is there a twist in the tale? Will Gayatri ever fall in love with Viraj or will it happen the other way? Well you will get all your answers after you finish reading the book. Trust me, this book is a complete package of Love, Trust, Drama, Suspense and Friendship.

Kudos to the Author for the way she has written the story. The plot moves slowly narrating the mindset of every character. I am amazed at how the Author has built the story. Not at a single point you will feel bore and you will crave to reach the end. I started this book at midnight and thought of keeping it down after reading an hour or so but I failed. It took my around 5 hours to read the book and I slept in the morning 5 with a smile on my face. Having said that, at the ending pages, somewhat I got emotional too.
Let me stop now or else the review will get quite long.

Likings: Plot, Strong Characters, Twist, Way of writing, EVERYTHING.
Disliking: Not a single thing.
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4.0 out of 5 stars I usually don't prefer "rom-coms", but Varsha keeps me hooked to her books!
By Arun Kumar Raturi on 24 December 2016
Before writing this review I must admit that I'm a fan of Varsha Dixit's writing. I accidently came across the book "Right fit Wrong shoe" and loved it thoroughly. Then came the second book "Wrong means Right end" which was much better than the first one and is still my favourite. I truely admit that I fell in love with Nikhil Chandel's character and the chemistry of Nikhil and Sneha, sprinkled with the cuteness of baby Advey.

In this third book of the 'Right-Wrong' series, there is a change in Gayatri's avatar from a classy rich-bitch to a simple and sensible girl who loves to bake cupcakes and goes to economical restaurants with plastic chairs to eat 'vada pav' and rants saucy bollywood dialogues and amusing 'desi' words in every sentence of her talks.
Viraj's character on the other hand had a swift transformation from a quirky and annoying Scientist who was teaching 'Quatum physics' to Advey and arguing with Gayatri over a chair on Nik and Sneh's wedding to a tempting and austere man, with a stern look on his face, who avoids talking most of the time.

Many incidents in the book could be related to the previous one with Guy sitting behind Viraj on his bike with knee-length skirt (just like Sneh and Nik in the previous book) and Guy's eyes described as hazel-coloured (just like that of Sneh).
There were a few typos in the book (actually a bit more than few), but that's okay ;)

Overall, the book was witty, humorous and sassy. It kept me glued to it and I completed it in one go. It can be preferred for a quick and easy read.
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Reviewed in Australia on 31 July 2018
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