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lethanibooks
03 mayo 2018
4/5

And finally I've read something written by Rupi Kaur. It seems like everyone's reading her poems now and they start loving poetry thanks to her.

This is one of the first collection of modern poetry I've read so I'm not used to this genre. But I had to give it a try because all the hype.

And...I don't know what to think or say about it. Some poems were awesome, perfect, heart-breaking. But some other were just ok. I couldn't relate with most of them, you know what I mean? I think poetry is all about connecting with it and when that doesn't happen it's like ok. Give me something more.

Another thing that annoyed me while I was reading were the random distribution of the verses. It seems like Rupi Kaur hit the intro button randomly and that makes the reading more difficult.

So the 4 stars are because of those incredible poems and because the complete collection has a very powerful message that I want everyone to read.

I'll definetely read The sun and her flowers at some points but let me know, do you think it's better than Milk and honey or not?
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