The Longest Night | Review

Title: The Longest Night
Author: Ranata Suzuki
Pages: 184 pages
Version: Paperback (ARC)
Release date: 24 August 2018
Rating: ★


This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Ranata Suzuki!

The Longest Night is a poetry collection about heartbreak and grief. We all experience heartbreak and grief in our lives and that’s what this book is about. The Longest Night is divided into three chapters, and each chapter has a different theme of poems.

When Ranata Suzuki asked me if I was interested in reviewing her book, I was really thrilled. She was my first ever poetry author that reached out to me, so I was really excited to read her book. And to be honest, I just loved it. I couldn’t stop reading The Longest Night, I also finished it in one day. It’s just such a beautiful poetry collection!

My favourite poems:
  • A Parallel Universe
  • Fate
  • A Letter to the Sun From the Dark Side of the Moon
  • The Descent
  • Loves Reason
  • She Wears It Well
  • ‘Tu Me Manques’
  • Tainted Memories
  • The Depths
  • I Loved You
  • Hurt
  • I Wish We Could Pretend
  • Happy You’re Happy
  • Love of a Lifetime
  • Crossing Paths

A lot of these poems were so relatable or just so beautiful! I also really liked the drawings. I love it when it’s not just poetry but some drawings because it makes the book even more beautiful! 
I cannot wait to read more poetry written by Ranata Suzuki because I just know that I’ll love it too!