The amazing Lotté Jean from Lotte Lauv recently approached me with the question whether I wanted to review her debut poetry novel. Reading the synopsis and seeing the beautiful cover, I just couldn’t say no!
What is Letters to Jupiter about?
Letters to Jupiter is a poetry collection that explores a tale of the fragility of the mind. With each poetic letter, written by an unknown narrator seeking to let go of the past, we see life at its darkest time, brightest, and examine how much a person can grow after a life-changing event.
What did I think of Letters to Jupiter?
The style in which the poems in this collection were written were not the style I’m used to. Nevertheless, I did enjoy reading them! The poems really showed a certain growth in the narrator’s life and I loved exploring that along the pages. The poems deal with different subjects, but are all written down so poetically and beautiful. This certainly is a beautiful debut poetry book!
Here’s one of my favorite poems out of the collection:
Thank you to the author Lotté Jean for providing me an e-arc in exchange for an honest review. This in no way affected my opinion.