'The Smallest of Bones', by Holly Lyn Walrath [BOOK REVIEW]

'The Smallest of Bones', by Holly Lyn Walrath

Title: The Smallest of Bones

Author: Holly Lyn Walrath 

Genre (s): Poetry

Publisher: CLASH Books

Language: English

Publication Date: 26th September 2021

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Thank you to the author, the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review.

A beautiful, different kind of poetry that has lovely and dark poems within itself.

The book talks about love, death, bones and skeletons, gender, ghosts, relationships, women, pain,... It talks about many things. The author writes it in a way, in general, so beautiful and dark— the author does it so well! (In general, in my opinion) I loved it!

It's a different kind of poetry I am used to read. Despite this is not the kind of book I am used to read, I loved it anyway.

The author takes the dark sides of life and transforms it into art. And it's beautiful.

There are also references to mythology, which I absolutely adored!

This book comes out on 26th September 2021, so stay tuned! ♡

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