The Anatomy of Being by Shinji Moon

This will be the first time that I take on a poetry review versus any other book that I've read. Up to this point in my life I've only had to analyze poetry time and time again for class or assignments and never necessarily took pleasure in actually reading it; but the time has come … Continue reading The Anatomy of Being by Shinji Moon

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milk & honey by Rupi Kaur

milk & honey by Rupi Kaur (@rupikaur_) seemed to hit the world by storm when it hit the shelves, but here I was sitting in my comfy room not caring or showing remotely any interest until I saw my friend do a blog post about it before summer of 2017 and I thought maybe it is worth … Continue reading milk & honey by Rupi Kaur

The Catcher in the Rye – J.D. Salinger

I believe that this book was written by someone who is undergoing a kind of therapy. The book follows a 17 year old protagonist named Holden on his three day journey home from school. It’s reasonably obvious that he’s in fact damaged for whatever reason as his actions are very bizarre and his thoughts are … Continue reading The Catcher in the Rye – J.D. Salinger