to make monsters out of girls (things that haunt, #1) by Amanda Lovelace

to make monsters out of girls (things that haunt, #1)

"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 you’ve been marked by a monster, or ...


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Titleto make monsters out of girls (things that haunt, #1)
ISBN9781449494261
Author
Release DateSep 18th, 2018
PublisherAndrews McMeel Publishing
GenrePoetry, Nonfiction, Feminism
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Reviews to make monsters out of girls (things that haunt, #1)

  • Liv (Stories For Coffee)
    1970-01-01
    ACTUAL RATING: 4.5 STARSIf 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...
  • Julia Sapphire
    1970-01-01
    3.5
  • Cyrus Parker
    1970-01-01
    I first read this when Amanda published it on Wattpad a couple of years ago as a thank you to her readers for supporting her debut, the princess saves herself in this one, and even then, I knew this was something special. Now, it has been revised, expanded upon, and given a new life with accompanying artwork, and I'm so very excited to see it put back out in the world. This is definitely a contender for my personal favorite Amanda Lovelace book, ...
  • Brandon Forsyth
    1970-01-01
    This one didn't hit as hard for me as her previous two books, but it's a deeply personal book and therefore maybe a little less universal in that regard.
  • Summer (buttermybooks)
    1970-01-01
    “With this hauntingly poignant and provocative collection, amanda lovelace has once again cemented her place as one of the top poets of our time. Shaking off old memories of heartbreak and love gone wrong, lovelace is showing young women how to arm themselves against the pain of past relationships. Never have I felt a more unshakable sense of warmth and empowerment than while reading this book. monsters has burrowed under my skin and made its h...