Reading this book is like eavesdropping on an excellent conversation at the next table. And you can read the entire poem here. Elyria impulsively leaves her husband, her job, and her entire life in New York behind to hitchhike through New Zealand.
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This is not an Eat, Pray, Love kind of traveling book about spiritual renewal. He writes obsessive love like no one else:. The modern day equivalent might be your friend telling you, Please, you really have to stop talking about that artist who's not even that talented and he's weird about making eye contact, anyway.
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Enough already. And you agree, but you're just not there yet. This book is an undiscovered gem. It could be classified as YA because of the narrator's age, but don't put it in a box — this book is too deep and affecting for that, especially if you are or ever were a bookish year-old, or loved someone a little too old for you.
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Eveline's voice is haunting and lyrical. This is a break up without recriminations; it just hurts. Read this if you're sad but not angry with your ex. Or if you feel like your identity is still being formed and you have to keep a few secrets to yourself.
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It's accessible to readers who don't typically seek out poetry, because the narrative is clear and the emotions are heart-shattering. Namely a love affair with the color blue.
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When someone asks her why blue she wants to say:. She loses the lover but gets an incredible book out of it, so I actually think Nelson comes out ahead here.
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