Book Review: Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

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Dear Bookworms,

I picked this one up on a whim (as I do with most of the really amazing books I discover) while trying to find one for my 2018 Goodreads challenge prompt of “ A book by a writer of a different ethnicity from you”.

Milk and Honey

By Rupi Kaur

A short book of poetry and prose covering a wide array of topics personal to the author including abuse, love, heartbreak, and feminism. Her debut novel, I found it absolutely riveting. The subject matter is pretty mature so I would say adults or older teens only for this one. I actually listened to the audiobook version of this one and it was read by the author, Rupi Kaur, who was absolutely hypnotizing. It was short, just over an hour, but it was powerful and packed with big ideas. It was a read that left me thinking long after it had ended.

I would like to share with you guys a couple of my favorite entries:

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Until next week friends!




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Real-life bookworm with a taste for adventure. Coco enjoys reading as much as she enjoys good coffee. Coco is an experienced book reader, and expert book reviewer. If you need a book reviewed, you are in good hands.

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