Self-Destructive Love Poems for the Sanely Challenged

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
An anthology of poems mostly about love, and all the happiness, heartbreak and insanity that goes along with it, heading to a climax that is as uncertain, unpredictable, and whimsical as love itself. More

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Words: 3,510
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301320240
About Cory Eadson

Cory Eadson is a writer, part-time radio presenter, tea addict, Doctor Who obsessive, metal head and die-hard horror fan, with a penchant for all the weird and wonderful things in life. He spends his days hiding in the shadows, and his nights wandering graveyards in ghostly torment (usually when he’s run out of tea). His favourite authors are Douglas Adams, Edgar Allan Poe and Stephen King. His favourite Doctor Who actor is all of them.

Cory’s blog can be found here: http://morgue-of-intrigue.blogspot.co.uk/

Join Cory on Twitter under his other name, @Evermore_Evil

Reviews

Review by: Alphya Cing on Sep. 10, 2012 :
Outstanding use of the English language. Emotionally charged.

Mr. Eadson shows an amazing ability to create evocative poetry. Unlike many other free verse poets, Eadson draws you into his world and makes it inevitable that you will feel precisely the way he wants you to feel.

Creepy, romantic, heart-rending: A must read for anyone who has loved and lost and loved again.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Vanessa Finaughty on Sep. 09, 2012 :
Well-written and intense, Self-Destructive Love Poems for the Sanely Challenged will move you, rock your world and perhaps even change the way you view certain things. In this debut book, Eadson proves he’s a true master of the romantically macabre – oh yes, there is, indeed, such a thing, as you will discover when you read.

I assure you, if you want gushing soppiness and candlelight dinners, forget about it – this poetry anthology will give you far better. Some have described its poems as ‘disturbingly romantic’, and I can’t disagree. Eadson delves into the soul itself, the driving force behind the heart – from which all love and hatred stem.

Self-Destructive Love Poems for the Sanely Challenged will take you on a whirlwind tour of your soul with vivid visuals and insane romance. I enjoyed these poems so much that I had to hold back in my review, lest readers mistakenly think I’ve become infatuated with the author’s soul – although I do have to admit to more than a fair amount of intrigue. My only disappointment was that the book ended. Do yourself a favour and read this anthology.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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