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  • Writer's pictureMandy McHugh

The Words Left Unspoken, Allie Michelle: A Review

When I saw this collection available, I was thrilled to be approved. The cover is beautiful, and I was intrigued by the established focus of the book.

I enjoyed this collection.

The Words Left Unspoken is a quick read full of several moments of insight about love, relationships, and individuality. The accompanying illustrations are delightful, and I loved how they matched the tone of many of the poems. While some were more successful than others, this is a solid collection for anyone looking for accessible micro poetry covering larger themes.

3.5 rounded up.

Big thanks to Andrews McMeel for providing an eARC in exchange for honest review consideration.


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