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Reviewed by Renee Guill for Readers' Favorite
Born With The Right To Happiness by Pride U Confident is a fictional story about a real-life shaman(someone who travels through different dimensions). Tony, the main character, was wrongly accused and sent to prison. He befriends Ricky who was also wrongly accused. Ricky has the knowledge of the universe and shares it with Tony. When Tony finally gets out, he uses that knowledge to help others. His two best friends, Tom and Peter, and his soulmate Cindy help him on that quest. Tom is working for someone who also has that knowledge, but uses it for evil. Tom does not know that but Tony does.
I thought that Born With The Right To Happiness by Pride U Confident was extremely fascinating. I admit, I forgot it was a novel sometimes. I thought it was such a unique way to explain what laws of the universe are. I loved the fact that even though I did not always agree with Tony, I still wanted to ponder on his point of view because it was so fascinating. Thanks to Pride U Confident, I had an a-ha moment of clarity. I liked that you have to have an open mind and it gives you a lot to think about. I do wonder what happened to one of the characters but that is a good thing because I am hoping this means there is a sequel. It was such a bittersweet ending, you wanted to cry, but then you realize it was a good thing that happened. If you are soul searching or fascinated by the laws of the universe, then I would definitely recommend this book. Even though it is in a novel form, it is a unique way of explaining how things work.