Welcome to the August edition of the Kennysbookclub! For people reading my blog for the first time, Kennysbookclub is a monthly post on kennysdiary where I review a book we read together for that month.
This month’s choice of books are “THE PRINCESS SAVES HERSELF IN THIS ONE” and “THIS MODERN LOVE”
The princess saves herself in this one is the first poetry book I will be reading. The book is a story of a princess turned damsel turned queen.
I will rate this book a 7 out of 10 and this is because all the writer has done is scatter words accords different lines then call it poetry.
Nonetheless, The words used in the book are emotional and powerful. The book is divided into 4 different parts. Which are; the princess, the damsel, the queen and you. One of the section of the book that really hit home is “YOU” Amanda Lovelace has used this part to promote self love and leaving behind people who are always going to doubt you.
Kenny’s takeaway quote
“your failure are just what happened, they don’t have to be who you are.”
The second book I will be reviewing is “this Morden love”
This modern love is a book written by Will Darbyshire for people who are in love, out of love and everything in between.
I will also rate this book a 7 out of 10 simply because it was not totally a love story book but more like a love letter but in form of a book.
Similarly, this book was also divided into 3 different parts. The beginning, the middle and the end.
Will has used this book to give his fans the opportunity to share their thoughts and opinions on love with the use of letters, poetry and pictures.
Some of the letters was bitter, raw and heartbreaking. But overall it was worth the read.
The beginning part of the book, focused on the foundation of a relationship and the whole process that goes into liking someone. For example, having a crush on them first.
Will has used the middle part of this book to persuade people to celebrate their loved ones and relationships. Will asked all entries to send a letter of appreciation thanking their significant other for anything.
My favourite part of this book, is the end section. This section was used to pay tribute to the end of a relationship. Will has also used this part to make readers understand that there’s two outcomes to a relationship. “It either works out,or it doesn’t”