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  • By Lenore Pearson
    Dec 22, 2010
    Trapped in a World of Words is a gritty look at real life. The writer is honest and shares very personal parts of himself through his poetry. Every bit of this book paints a clear visual image as if you're watching a mini movie. It's not often that you find a writer that can create a story from so many different urban perspectives; and yet the reader can relate and see themselves in the many different landscapes that are portrayed. This book was a good read that flows quickly. I am anxiously waiting for more from Merci Merc!
  • By Shanekqua Warner
    Sep 15, 2010
    I absolutely enjoyed this book! It's so refreshing to have an author that can captivate an audience, bring words to life, and speak on real live events that we as a whole either experience or see for ourselves through every day life. Mr. Merc speaks on topics that are really going on out here in the world (streets) and I love the fact that he is not afraid to speak his mind. Mr. Merci Merc definitely writes from his heart and I cannot wait to read more books written by him.
  • By Swiss Cocca
    Aug 4, 2010
    Stories within stories… Each one completely unique, routing you to witness various worlds within a world. From a world of depression, regret, & despair to a world of emotional passion, lust, desire, and memorable conquests, to a horizon of self-consciousness, awareness, responsibility and accountability. I was definitely entertained while reading this, it appealed to my love hip-hop and my adoration of words and story telling. Merci Merc created an excellent genre of literature; it is a poetic read with rhythm & rhyme. I give it a “M”, for Marvelous.
  • By bawelch
    Jul 12, 2010
    This book was fantastic from beginning to end. I read it twice. I'll definitely check out this author's next book.
  • By idratherbewriting
    Jul 4, 2010
    Trapped In A World of Words is emphatically that and then some. The author, Merci Merc makes a successful attempt at ensnaring the reader in his world of rough, rugged and raw, stimulating and thought provoking urban poetry. Induced with hip-hop flavor, his knack for word play is executed with precision in Young Brenda, in which the reader is catapulted into the world of an [over] protective father and his young, promiscuous daughter. There is no escaping the lyrical postulating in My Poetry, and Merci Merc leaves you yearning for more when he drenches your senses with beautifully composed, seductive innuendoes in Blame It On The Boogie and First Date. And just when you thought his world stopped spinning, the author invites you on an intellectual tour through self realization. In short, what this book may lack in pages, Merci Merc makes up for in depth. His freshman effort is a refreshing look into a "...World of Words."
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Merci Merc for Daddy Dude Media
November 17, 2010
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.44 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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