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  • By steve phillips
    May 2, 2013
    Ok not sure what miss Amber Perry is/was thinking but I read some not all but some of the other reviews and they are on point! Moving forward change something in your life that is creating all these neg vibs and returns you are living. Give back to this universe and your journey will change! Please no one person should live such darkness and you really must be doing something wrong!!!! Look within and what you have lived to creat this darkness, we are what we live, eat , etc.... There is time for change, things will get better if you change, wish you the best of luck . This book was #$@%&*!?
  • By Amber Perry
    Nov 17, 2011
    I am truly sorry you did not approve of this book "Bill, Paul and Debbie", however, had you read the description, I clearly state that my writing is my way of releasing the negativity inside of myself. You are right, there is too much negativity in the world today, which is why I have an outlet for my own. I chose to share it with people who have - in their lives - felt the same at one time or another. Again, I am sorry you were not pleased with the contents but I embrace your "negative" review as constructive criticism. Thank you for your opinion.
  • By Adam Perry
    Nov 14, 2011
    Robert Frost, Eavan Boland, William Henry Davies and Emily Dickinson are all examples of poets who all have had their share of "dark poetry/stories". While all these authors "artist" are well know and wildly celebrated and read throughout the country in our high schools and colleges you allow yourselves to "bash" this author at a personal level without regard. I understand that not all writings are for all people but a reviews section should be for reviews. Not personal assumptions of what the writers "medical conditions" are. All great poets have their own style of writing. Some dark, some enlightening. From what I read in the reviews here most of you are talking about your dislike for the poetry style. Not the quality. If you didn't like the book then say so. There is no need to rant on about how you think the author is "mental" has "S.A.D. Disorder" "needs counseling" "complaining about life" or how she... More > has "issues and problems". Be upset with yourself for buying the book if you didn't like it but don't be mad at the author for doing what she is most passionate about. Signed: Adam Perry (her brother and only family member who has posted in this review section)< Less
  • By sassymomma1975
    Nov 14, 2011
    Very deep, the further you read, the better it gets. She is a very talented poet, and I look forward to more from her. She definitively opened up her soul, and bared it for all to see. And to you nay sayers, the description does say that she cleansed negativity through writing, so of course it was not all rainbows and sunshine. She shows the pain she has lived, and shares it with the rest of us in a very emotional talented telling.
  • By carol hurst
    Nov 14, 2011
    This was a great book. While these other reviews are completely off base and don't know what they are talking about, even if it were this way, many readers enjoy reading books by people with mental disorders.. case in point, Sylvia Plath. She is prize winning, best selling author, who admittedly suffered from mental disorders. I, for one, greatly enjoyed reading this book and getting another point of view of everyday things that can happen to someone as a teen and young adult. Very well-written book with meaningful poems for everyone
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Amber S. Perry
October 29, 2010
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.26 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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