Book Review — Where Hope Comes From: Poems of Resilience, Healing, and Light by Nikita Gill

Rating: 5/5

Genre: Poetry

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, poet Nikita Gill captures, the heartache, loss, hope, and other hosts of emotions that people experienced.

In Gill’s classic ethereal style, she weaves together a powerful collection of poems and artwork to honor those we have lost due to this pandemic and to acknowledge the pain that isolation brought during lockdown brought. I think many people will empathize with and find comfort in her words.

  • Published by: Hachette Books
  • Publish date: June 1st 2021
  • Number of pages: 160 pages
  • Author’s twitter: @nktgill
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