Book: I Kiss You Blue
Author: Kiana Kleemm
Genre: Poetry, Verse
Published by: StoryMirror
Number of pages: 50 pages
My Rating: 4/5
MY REVIEW: The author/poet Kiana Kleemm kindly sent me a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
The book is a collection of poems based on various topics. The cover is black, giving the book an extremely elegant appearance.
I was apprehensive about reviewing this book as everyone has their own distinctive taste in poetry and I wasn’t sure what to expect. However the book is extremely entertaining. The verses are not based on any particular theme but cover several topics like death, chocolate, the little joys of life and of course love. The poems are all thoroughly enjoyable.
I particularly enjoyed the dedications at the beginning of the book as they were certainly quirky!
If you are looking for a breezy read, and if you enjoy reading verse, I will certainly recommend this book to you.
Book: Trapped Between Love and Traveling
Author: Ranjeet Solanki
Genre: Fiction, Poetry
Published by: EduCreation Publishing
Number of pages: 157 pages
My Rating: 4/5
MY REVIEW: The author/poet Ranjeet Solanki kindly provided me with a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
The book is a collection of poems and abstracts. I loved the cover of the book as it depicts a traveller embarking on a journey.
I always find it difficult to review poetry as poetry is always a matter of perception. However the language used is simple and clear. Along with verse, there are various observations and musings of the author/poet in the book. The observations in the book mainly pertain to lost love and of course to travel.
If you are looking for a light read, and if you enjoy reading verse, I will certainly recommend this book to you. People of all ages can understand and enjoy the book. This book is ideal to be carried along on a journey to help understand the author/poet’s point of view in a better way.
Just for the reader’s information, in this book, the author/poet has voiced his thoughts which have occurred in the course of his travels across 12 states of India!