"The Last Time I'll Write About You" Book Review

June 21, 2018

It's been so long since I wrote my last book review, and today, I had the guts to write a new one for the latest book that was recommended by my niece, and, in fact, it only took me almost 30 minutes to finish the whole book. Here's my review for this awesome piece of art:


Should I be 



That my only idea 
Of love 


Honestly, I'm not a fan of poetry books and I'm the kind of person that would rather read novels during my free time. But today, I was able to read a poetry book that made me change my perspective on this kind of literature. 

For the book cover, it actually caught my interest as it is very minimalist and the title of the book is really attention catcher, thus made the audience excited to know how the book will express the emotion about writing for the one you love for the last time. 

For the content, I am in awe with the writer, Dawn Lanuza, on how she put every emotion on every word and phrase used in each poem in the book. You can vividly feel every words bleeding as they were arranged to express the feeling of agony, hatred, hurt, brokenness, and the will to stay strong and positive in life. 

I highly suggest this book to people who are interested in literature with intense emotional aspects. It is also suited from teen to young-adult as the words used in the book are words that can be easily understood by anyone. And if you are a fan of Lang Leav, you might as well enjoy this book as they are actually alike in certain factors. 

As I've mentioned, this book changed my interest in literature because after reading this one, I want to read more poetry books and don't just settle on novels. 

All in all, I really loved this book and I give 5/5 rating for it! ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆

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