Review; Cult of Two by Michael Faudet

I recently read the poetry collection Cult of Two by Michael Faudet and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
Michael Faudet’s latest book delves deeper into the meaning of love, the intricacy of relationships, self-empowerment, seduction, and sex. Taking the reader on a whimsical and sometimes heartbreaking journey, where fantasy and reality collide. Cult of Two is much more than just a beautiful collection of poetry, prose, and short stories. It is a compelling invitation to confront and explore the conflicting emotions that live within all of us.

Cult of Two is the fifth book of internationally bestselling poet Michael Faudet, author of Winter of Summers, Smoke & Mirrors, Bitter Sweet Love, and Dirty Pretty Things—a finalist in the Goodreads Readers Choice awards. His intimate writing style and exquisite ability to paint pictures with words has captured the imagination and hearts of thousands of people from around the world.

My Thoughts on the Book
Cult of Two reminded me a bit of Dirty Pretty Things, but I don't complain, as they both are wonderful poetry collections. Michael Faudet's skills to envoke pictures and his writing style in general is just amazing. His works are worthy of reading out loud to loved ones and I feel I can't recommend him enough.


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