Book Review: The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur | Stephen Diagram

Rupi Kaur’s most famous book and the first installment in the series “Milk and Honey” was wildly popular; generating an unprecedented amount of attention for a poetry book. This review of “The Sun and Her Flowers” will be told from the perspective that you’ve had some experience with Milk and Honey.

First off there’s nothing new here; that can be a blessing and a curse.


If you loved “Milk and Honey”

than you will absolutely love “The Sun and Her Flowers”. I’d suggest that group of people to buy it immediately if you’ve got the money on hand. You’ll be happy to see a clear continuation of Rupi’s writing style. The artwork is all there, and you’ll be beyond happy with your purchase.

Many of the emotions you got reading her first book will flood back to you; reminding you to may reread it.

Buy “The Sun and Her Flowers” Here | Amazon Prime and/or Amazon Kindle eBook |The Sun and Her Flowers


For the group of people who didn’t like the first book

but are looking to give Rupi Kaur a second chance, I’d suggest you save your money and try a new author. It’s the same style of poetry writing, and the same artwork; you won’t be impressed if Milk and Honey didn’t do it for you.

If you email me, Stephen Stilwell of Stephen Diagram at stephenestilwell@gmail.com | Then I will happily give you a free digital copy of my book. That’s it; no signing up for anything. I’ll personally send you the eBook and you can be on your way.


If you’ve never read or even heard of Rupi Kaur’s “Milk and Honey” or “The Sun and Her Flowers” then

I recommend you start with the first book. The second book wouldn’t be a bad choice at all, but you’d rather see her evolution as a writer. Both books are very similar; you can’t really go wrong here. The poetry isn’t rhyming, and it’s mostly prose. I’d say most of the poems are very short, so its a great book to pick up and put down multiple times. There’s not too much of a story in the traditional sense, but there is a theme or moral to it all.

Buy “Milk and Honey” Here | Amazon Prime and/or Amazon Kindle eBook | Milk and Honey

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