Charcoal Thunderstorms by Cheyenne Raine Review



Title: Charcoal Thunderstorms
Author: Cheyenne Raine
Genre: Poetry
Pages: 140
Publication Date: November 2017

Rating: 4.5


Charcoal thunderstorms is a collection that dances with a more youthful and adventurous escape of poetry. the book has eighty poems divided into five chapters and six short stories and tales. the paperback version allows for the reader to create art within the pages where the poems dwell. there is an art to loving a storm, here is where it begins.


I was given a free PDF copy of charcoal thunderstorms by the author in exchange for a review.

This poetry collection is divided into 6 sections, 5 of the 6 sections are poetry and the last is a group of stories. My favorite section was Monsters and Magic, I also really enjoyed some of the stories. My favorite story was Dreams of Dragons. Cheyenne’s writing style is beautiful and magical it leaves you with in a state of awe. This collection is meant to remind you of your childhood, poems full of fantasy imagery including dragons and elves,moons and oceans. Cheyenne is very talented poet,this is actually the second poetry collection of her’s I’ve read (Maroon Daydreams also really liked it.) I love this collection,it felt like reading a fairy tale.

I think that everyone will be able to find something in this collection that they will love. I highly recommend picking up this book. One of my favorite poetry collections of this year!

Goodreads: Stephanie Gillespie

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