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.