I am a home to butterflies by J. Alchem | Book Review
Summary:A captain sinks with his ship
then why cannot a lover?
This collection of poetry is all about you and me, but I am afraid it will no longer be about 'you and me' once a reader picks it up. It will then be about them only.
It will be all about the one they loved like thunder, about the one they struggled hard to keep, who had left them in the middle of their 'forever', about their world shattering into pieces, about them gluing together every piece, and about them falling in love one more time.
And if you still think it is about you and me, you haven't loved someone like thunder, yet.
Release date:December 16th 2018
No. of Pages:Kindle, 244 Pages
The cover of the book is beautiful and very eye catching.The book is a collection of poems, letters and quotes. It is divided into 9 sections: Life, You, Love, Obstacles, Break-up, Pain, Awakening, Wisdom & Love Again. And at last there are 7 letters.
The book is written in very simple language. Everyone will surely be able to connect themselves with the book. This book is a quick, easy read, but one that you'll find yourself thinking about long after you've finished. I can guarantee that you'll find at least a handful of poems/prose that will stick out to you and speak to you in some way.
I was able to finish this book in approximately in two hours. I enjoyed the comfort and forwardness of the book. I have got mixed feeling about the book. It was a good read, emotional, quick-phased, interesting concept. It ended abruptly.