September Love by Lang Leav, #91 review

A book that will change the way you think about love, relationships, heartbreak, and self-empowerment. Breaking the rules, challenging perceptions, and exploring the secret desires we keep hidden from the world. 

Beautifully composed and written by international bestselling author Lang Leav, this new collection of poetry and prose will positively influence your life.
September Love captures the magic of each passing season, a pearl of wisdom waiting to be discovered with every page turned. A book that will inspire you to reach for the stars.

I must say that “September Love” is the most mature of the poetry books Lang Leav has published, which is quite fitting since it was over a year since her last poetry collection, “Love looks Pretty on You” was in 2019. In 2020, we all grown to adjust and adapt to the new norm.

Her other poetry books were centred around a theme based on the book title. For “September Love”, we dive in September with November prose. Lang focuses on relationships in the past and the present where blame games were played directed to her poetry writing. She writes about being a writer and the vulnerability of sprawling your emotions on pages for the world to see. For them to see and feel the emotions without knowing the true person behind the author with a pen.

It is the collection with most authenticity, I feel that we finally can get a glimpse of the mysterious soul inside the writer. She writes about growth and how we’re all still growing into the soul we are when we were born into our bodies.

My favourite out of all the favourites is “The Chase”, page 151. I particularly enjoyed the line – “I loved our love more than I loved you”

Thank you @times.reads for sending me a review copy.

If you purchase this book at Times Bookstore, Popular Bookstore, MPH or Kino, you can get an enamel pin inspired by the book.

By elysianbooksish

The Bookish Faerie who loves to read and write, and bake too

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