December 20, 2016

The Princess Saves Herself In This One By: Amanda Lovelace Mini Review

Thank you to NetGalley for providing a free ebook copy of The Princess Saves Herself in this One By: Amanda Lovelace in exchange for an honest review. 

Short Review Summary: 
A fantastic book of raw, emotional poetry.

After I read Milk & Honey by Rupi Kaur earlier this year I was craving something similar to read and  found it with The Princess Saves Herself in this One. The covers are similar, the writing style is similar, and the themes in the books are similar. This book is filled poems about love, feminism, healing, and more.

As a woman I can identify with a lot of the poetry in this book. I am amazed by how much honest emotion is packed into such short poems. The poems in this book are beautiful, tragic, raw, and inspirational. 

Overall I loved The Princess Saves Herself in this One quite a bit. I have found another new favorite book of poetry! I can't wait to read more by this author. 

I recommend The Princess Saves Herself in this One to fans of Milk & Honey and to anyone who loves poetry that is easy to read and connect with.

*Also, does anyone know of any other poetry books similar in style and content to this one and Milk & Honey?* 

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