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Book Review: Lord of Butterflies by Andrea Gibson

Title: Lord of Butterflies
Author: Andrea Gibson
Publication Date: November 27, 2018
Page count: 96

All the Good in You

When all the good in you
starts arguing with all the bad in you
about who you really are,
never let the bad in you
make the better case.

*Thank you Netgalley and publisher for providing me an ARC in exchange for an honest review*

I finished this book some time last week and I honestly don’t remember what I thought of this book anymore. So let me browse my copy for a minute or two. … Okay, so, so, this book has got some powerful messages, pages that made my heart ache and a theme I don’t always read but is close to my heart. There are also many subjects in this collection and I think that’s why it didn’t feel repetitive for me.

Overall, I liked this book. There are important messages inside this book that are thought-provoking and timely. Though, I have to say that the writing style is not for me and I have my favorites, yes, but I didn’t connect with this collection as much as I hoped I would.

When she’s down I want to give her my best
pick-up lines.
What’s your sign?
My sign has historically been STOP
but since meeting you I’ve changed it


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