[Book Review] Enter by Mahesh Mali and Anshika Sharma

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Name: Enter: Into Poetry
Author(s): Mahesh Mali and Anshika Sharma
Genre: Micro-Poetry
Published on: 11th June 2020
Page Count: 102 in print.
Formats: Available on Kindle, Paperback. Free on Kindle Unlimited

The book is absolutely free on Amazon from 25th to 29th of December. So, it is a perfect time to check out if you like it or not without spending any penny!

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So well, there is not about the book in this one as it is a book for micro poetry. Yes, I enjoyed this book. It has good words present in it.

If you are not someone who enjoys short works like quotes will enjoy this one. It focuses on daily life emotions and feelings one would feel on regular basis. There were a few lines which I felt like, “oh this is something I have heard or read somewhere before”. What I mean by that is, it has some lines which feel too universal, but nonetheless, it did not bore me out.

The illustrations are good and it does not really bother me, I am not a huge fan of illustrations which are present inside the book. But some people do like reading micro poetries with illustrations and for some people it really holds out deep meanings.

Okay so it went down for me as it focused on a lot of poetry which had feelings of love. Well, I do not have any problem with that but you see there are other feelings other than romance and heartbreak. I appreciate the words and the work put up by the authors to present this book.

If you are looking around for a quick read or just want to try out a new genre, give this one a try. As it is a book of micro poetry, it is easy to read through and can be finished off even in just a sitting. I do recommend this strongly to anyone who enjoys poetry and quotes about love and heartbreak.

“it hurts
but it’s okay
atleast we don’t
have to rip apart”

~Mahesh Mali and Anshika Sharma

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Counting from the cover to the aesthetic, to the illustrations and lastly focusing on the words. I will give this one 3.75 stars out of 5! And rounding it off to 4 pink stars (just pointing to the aesthetic of the cover)! 🙂

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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I do not have much information about the authors and thus I am linking their websites or their social media handles right here!

Anshika Sharma:

Instagram handle

Mahesh Mali:



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