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To Make Monsters Out of Girls

"What happens when the man of your dreams turns out to be a nightmare with sharp teeth and claws?"Winner of the 2016 Goodreads Choice Award for Best Poetry, amanda lovelace presents her new illustrated duology, things that h(a)unt. In this first installment, to make monsters out of girls, lovelace explores the memory of being in an abusive relationship. She poses the eternal question: Can you heal once youve been marked by a monster, or will the sun always sting?...

Title : To Make Monsters Out of Girls
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ISBN : 9781449494261
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 168 pages
Status : Available For Download
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To Make Monsters Out of Girls Reviews

  • katyjanereads

    1. I think I'm just sick of the subject matter, but if I was going through a breakup, I would relate better. Also, I know what I'm getting into when I read Amanda Lovelace, so I guess it's my own fault.

    2. I think all the blame is always put on the other party instead of rising up and doing something about it.

    3. I did like the size of the book and the illustrations and color scheme.

    4. Poems I did like:

    I loved this poem because, yes, Tuck Everlasting sucked for this reason.

    "little lovesick

    me

    wa
    ...more

  • Liv (Stories For Coffee)

    ACTUAL RATING: 4.5 STARS

    If you’re going through a break up or have been through one, you must read this collection of poetry. This collection has the power to help people heal from the wounds others have caused, and it also can nudge others to stand up for themselves when they are treated wrongly.

    I’m so proud of Amanda for speaking out about her past and her relationships, and I know it will help people feel seen in ways they have never felt before.

  • Jelena Milenković

    sometimes

    no closure

    tells us

    more than

    the closure

    ever

    could.

    - some people were never worth your words.


    I can relate

  • Hizatul Akmah

    i.... failed to relate with this one. maybe it's just me though.

  • Stephanie Gillespie

    “Darling, you are worthy.”

    This is Amanda’s newest poetry collection, and I swear her writing just keeps getting better. This book is about moving on from unhealthy relationships and healing. Her words are beautiful and so powerful. I think this is my favourite if her books.

  • Mortisha Cassavetes

    This book reminded me of a person that I know and how she felt and dealt with a man she was in an unhealthy relationship with. There is no way to rate or judge someone's life and what they went through but I was glad I got to read the emotions that went into the words in this book. This book is a poetry book about growing past an unhealthy relationship and moving on, finding yourself again. I highly recommend this book to everyone. You may not be in this situation but you will know someone who e ...more

  • Vanessa

    Amanda’s work is an automatic buy for me! I read this in one sitting, It’s AMAZING! I cried with parts that are extremely relatable to my experiences, just like Ive done with her other books as well! It helped me think about the fact that I’m not the only one that has gone thru certain situations... the words of encouragement and the resilience is captivating.. I absolutely loved the artwork! thank you for this. I look forward to your next book!

  • Kyra