Review of the princess saves herself in this one by Amanda Lovelace
Another quick poetry read. The poems aren't densely packed and many of the sentiments expressed within are fairly emo-teen-poetry. They're a step-up from that, but let's just say not a huge step. Still, for the most part, I enjoyed reading this. It wasn't too taxing. I could see giving it to a tween/teenage girl, and said tween/teenage girl swooning at some of the lines (but you left giant / blackberry bruises / all over /
my soul.). As a non-teenager, I occasionally rolled my eyes at a few lines, but then there'd be a clever line or an interesting title (italicized at the end, so the opposite of title I guess, end-tle) and I'd be able to ignore the overwroughtness and keep on going.
I can hope for the growth of Lovelace's talent. The seeds are there.
the princess saves herself in this one by Amanda Lovelace went on sale February 14, 2017.
I received a copy free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.