- Title: Heal.
- Author: Hana Kopernik
- Genre: Poetry
- Pages: 111 pages
- Publication date: December 8, 2021
Thank you, Hana Kopernik, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review!
Heal. brings together many poems on mending different aspects in life. It mostly motivates healing to become a stronger woman. Through her words, the author aims to help the readers rebuild themselves and gain hope as a collective.
Some poems are long, while others only take up a few lines to get their point across. A handful of them were also accompanied by artwork of a woman’s silhouette in different positions. Each silhouette matched the poem’s emotion well.
My favorite poems out of the batch are “wound healing,” “the midst of a metamorphosis,” “confession past midnight,” and “take up space.”
My main critique would be how some poems repeated others’ messages. It kind of felt like a cool song kept repeating, getting overplayed. After a bit, I wanted them to branch into something more.
Overall, I enjoyed this book, and I like the message behind it.
Average rating on Goodreads: 4.3/5