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To Travel Without a Map
Greetings everyone! The Review Board here to share our thoughts on To Travel Without a Map by K.A. Brace. Without further delay, the Unleashed One:
Although I read all types of genres, poetry is my favorite one to read. It was one of the first ones I was exposed to when I was young, and as an author, I’ve written poetry since I was eleven years old. Therefore, when I talk about To Travel Without a Map, it comes from the perspective not only as a person who writes in this genre but a reader who adores this genre.
To Travel without a Map represents a throwback to style and structure in the way of stanza formation, rhythm, and cadence. Each poem in this collection has a consistent thrum designed to generate enlightenment and understanding involving elements of the human condition. The author has quite the vocabulary that is welcoming without being show-offish.
If I were to pick out a favorite poem, I would not be able to answer. The majority of them have a beauty that lingers long after I’ve moved on to the next page. At times, I felt as if this author talked about bits and pieces in my life in a technique nothing short of gripping eloquence.
Visual presentation had nary a flaw, if one at all. The ambiance of this work echoed having intimate conversations about life, love, and everything in between—humanity overall.
No, the cover doesn’t have a lot of pop, yet it is in symmetry with the tone of the collection as a whole.
Unleashed (and TRB Verdict)
With many eclectic forms that poetry has taken, it is nice to have a work which still adopts the mannerisms of old. Although I was given this in exchange for an honest review, this will be added as a permanent staple to my library.
For those who are fans of the traditional mechanisms of poetry with a conversational like component, To Travel Without a Map is for you.
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