Girls like us is a poetic book written about the female identity and embodying how a woman feels, expects and is. The work represents a roller-coaster of ups and downs, triumphs, fears, wholeness, self-doubt, self-destructions and many other things girls, and women face.
The book is in two sections and contains several unique and easy flowing poems that one could just relax and read anytime during the day. It is apparent that the author is a poet and finds it easy to put emotions into words. The literature is substantial, and the content stays true to the title, which I admired.
I personally enjoyed the rhythmic notion and the narrative being so delightfully portrayed. I believe the author knew exactly what she is doing and swayed away from being marketable and just writing things people want to hear. The authenticity is what made this book special.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes reading poems, is in the arts and enjoys knowing more about females.Tweet
Written by Jeyran Main