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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. I did try to like them, but in the end, I think I only enjoyed three poems. Jun 22, Phoebe Andamo rated it it was amazing Shelves: A few of them are rather so-so, or feel kind of immature the older ones, likelybut like I said, this is totally subjective to the reader, so you may feel otherwise. Sep 21, Alan D. Reading all those poems were like reading lyrics to Emilie Autumn songs.
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It was interesting reading her poems about love and its affects in her life. Still very poor literature accompanied by nice sounds. Jun 19, Ashley Clark rated it it was amazing. Is this important, not really, but to me it is.
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Feb 03, Anna rated it it was amazing. This book as stated by autumn in her bio on facebook and other sites was actually written in her early twenties. In truth I autummn this release the most.
This book was released in Although she saysher site wasn’t existent til the latter of this year and she barely had a fan base untilone year after this was actually published in Plague Rats, and those who need jour good poetry time. Goodbye is my favorite. Out of all the books by the author this was my favorite.
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Nov 13, Raven rated it it was amazing. I just have to take everything with a pinch of salt with her. I bought a PDF version at the Asylum Emporium, along with the audio album, which I find a untouche along with this, cause you get the feeling more.
Not much into sugzr but just love emilie not matter what she does my Absloute favorite tho has to be ghost, it’s just so beautiful. My overall thoughts are that some of the poetry is a bit immature.
The majority are wonderful poems.
Sugar has kind of grown on me since I first read it. I tried to listen to the audio while reading along, but I stopped after five poems as Emilie’s voice got annoying and it was incredibly unclear what she was trying to say I’ll have to admit that I skipped some of these poems.
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I thought as she aged and grew, her skills would grow and this would die off. I don’t like Autumn’s dishonesty which makes me find it difficult to take even something like her poetry aautumn. I wanted to love it but hated it. What’s Emilie’s excuse for being such a poor, repetitive and tedious writer. I wish I could drain the words I ingested from this book out of my brain and spit them out of my mouth.
Hell, don’t even consider this an option! There I bought this on iTunes and I have been cringing since. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Everything feels false atumn her, robotic almost, there is never any emotion and I guess it doesn’t help that the author is a severely dishonest individual.
Emilie is presently composing and developing the Broadway musical and film versions of The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls. Oh chocolate, thy shalt save the world in times of need and desperation, when thy force thyself to spend the night listening to poetry that may be untoyched use if thy have to set up a tragical play with only 10 euros.
Most are about adolescent love, the loss of innocence, rejection and heartache — all a bit predic I confess that I am not really a fan of poetry and would not have picked this up were I not an avid Emilie Autumn fan. That’s what I find grates with most of her music though, it’s always so samey there is never any freshness to it and this would have been better with just words. That’s English, possibly because it doesn’t sound as intellectual as Miss Autumn is trying to sound over compensation does not make a convincing performance, but then again this is someone who thinks Oxford Uni is in London and that Cockney is a nationality.