Review | Letters to Jupiter by Lotté Jean

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.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

This poetry collection is another example of the type of modern poetry that I do enjoy. The length of the poems vary depending on the subject matter and there is a definite progression of the poems throughout the collection. Many of them when you sit with them for a minute are poignant and touch on deep emotional experiences. Some of them weave together truly beautiful phrases and language, and even have a lyrical feel to them. All in all I really enjoyed this collection and the progression and growth that was represented within it.

Happy reading!

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