Rupi Kaur’s New Book: Home Body

Rupi Kaur, the author of Milk and Honey and The Sun and her Flowers, is undeniably one of the greatest young poets of our time. The vulnerability and the raw emotions displayed in her writing are courageous and relatable to many readers.

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The Collected Poems of Sylvia Plath

As was mentioned in a previous article by Helen Trieu on Sylvia Plath’s book, The Bell Jar, Plath is an incredible writer. It is amazing that her heartbreaking yet beautiful poetry is still around to captivate readers across the world today.

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Yellow Star: A Book of Heartbreak and Bravery

Yellow Star by Jennifer Roy tells the inspiring story of her aunt, Syvia Perlmutter. This beautifully crafted book is written in free verse and depicts the horrors of the Holocaust through the eyes of a young girl. The child-like diction shows Syvia’s innocence and adds to the tragedy of the story.

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If I Stay by Gayle Forman

If I Stay, written by Gayle Forman, is a tear-jerking novel that has captured the hearts of thousands of readers. With a mix of tragedy, romance, and humor, this book will keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. This book is part of a two-part series where readers follow the many twists and turns of this tragic romance.

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Organizing your Life with the Monk Manual

The Monk Manual is so much more than just a planner. It is supposed to be a way for you to “live a more full life.” It focuses on the most important aspects of your life, whether that means prioritizing certain tasks or recognizing what you are most thankful for.

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The Sun and Her Flowers

The raw emotion in all Rupi Kaur’s poetry is not only beautiful, but incredibly personal and authentic. In her collection …

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Normal People by Sally Rooney

This novel by Sally Rooney, received widespread praise as it became a best seller in the US.  It’s coming of …

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Where the Crawdads Sing

A novel by Delia Owens has recently been in the spotlight for its recognition on the New York Times bestsellers …

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My Sister’s Keeper

In the novel, My Sister’s Keeper, Jodi Picoult writes about the struggle of a thirteen-year-old girl named Anna forced to …

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The Alchemist: What’s Your Personal Legend?

The Alchemist follows Santiago, an Andalusian shepherd boy. For countless nights Santiago has been having a recurring dream that he believes to …

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Not So Different After All

The Milk Lady of Bangalore is a cultural, information filled novel about a woman from India who returns home after …

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For Healing & Hopeless Romantics

Love is something people go on a hunt for, and desire for.  Love is always a popular topic of conversation, …

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