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Reading Challenge 2018. Om at give feedback. Om at planlægge sin historie. Inspiration og boganmeldelser.

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45. Marts wrap up

A book I gave up reading, a list of my current reads, a poetry collection I've wanted to read for ages, and a poem of my own creation.

WALKER AND DAUGHTER - THOUGHTS ON YOUR LATEST READ

It’s not every book I read that I like. And I have a policy saying: Life is too short to read bad books.

Therefore, I actually didn’t finish this book but gave up halfway there.

There were too many problems, too many explorations of how everyone came to be in this exact situation. I found, I had too many yarn related disagreements with the book, and a tone of voice I frankly didn’t find very appealing. I’m a little disappointed - I was so looking forward to reading this book.

 

CURRENTLY READING

- Top: a novel about a woman who finds a stamp in her father’s belongings in 1989, and a Austrian stamp maker during the second world war
- A book about the brain
- An essay collection on the topic of Berlin
- Another historical novel, this time about the history of Denmark (in wich Tiberius made such an evil emperor because he met an really annoying guy called Dan when he tried to invade what would become Denmark)
- Cress - a sci fi novel in ebook format and therefor not in the pile

 

IN ABSENCE OF THE SUN - A BOOK OF POETRY

I like reading poetry. I like how classical poetry rhymes. I like the rhythm of words stretched and bend beyond imagination. And I like the deep felt honesty most often found in the modern poetry.

Emily Curtis falls into the last category of poets showing me their heart. She tells a story of a society in which women have to fight and fear, and she tells the relatable tale of heartbreak.

Some of the poems from her 2017 collection, In the absence of the sun, made me stop and think. I had to put the book down for a moment, savouring the words. While other poems neither moved a cord in my heart nor a thought in my mind.

I don’t regret reading this poetry collection, and I think you ought to give it a try, but I probably wouldn’t read it again.

 

THE LOST LETTER - A FEMALE AUTHOR

 

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