Milk and Honey
– Rupi Kaur
Milk and honey is a book of poems. However, it’s best qualities are not it’s poetic techniques. In fact, there aren’t many within this book at all and if they are present they are cliche.
It’s split into three parts and each are incredibly personal and passionate.
Despite many negative reviews, Milk and Honey is inspiring.
Or maybe I’m just an overly sensitive soul and everything I read I feel too deeply.
Either way, perfect book to dive in and out of for Autumn reads.
– J.K. Rowling
I spent a lot of my summer reading through the Harry Potter books. Something I had never done but always wanted to do. So I decided to add it to my Autumn reads as I’ve just managed to get through the second book.
I’d also like to thank J.K. Rowling for finally putting the series on Kindle Unlimited because without which I’m not sure how long it would have taken me to read them otherwise.
If you are a fan of the movies like I am, you will definitely enjoy the books even if you’re not much of a reader.
The Keeper of Lost Things
– Ruth Hogan
A ray of Sunshine in a book.
If you are someone who loves summer and is starting to miss it in the gloomy Autumn nights, this book will lighten your spirits with it’s engaging, quirky parallel.
One Of Us Is Lying
– Karen M. McManus
I’ve wanted to read this book for the longest of times. It definitely had to go on my Autumn reads list.
It turns out it’s basically a murder mystery version of The Breakfast Club… It’s awesome.
The writing is so good you will definitely accidentally let your tea go cold reading it.
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