Book Review: Star Watchers

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Star Watchers: Inspirational, Romantic and Dark Poems that Merge to Tell a Single Story is a book by Kelly Vang.  This book is interesting because on the surface it contains over 50 different poems.  Several of the poems have characters that overlap and tell another story, so you have to pay attention.  The poems are written in an Edgar Allan Poe inspired way and if you enjoy his work (like I do) I think you will enjoy these poems.

The challenge is to figure out which poems piece together the larger story, called Star Watchers. The key is to pay close attention to the reappearance of characters and phrases; particularly, the series of poems also entitled, Star Watchers.

My favorite of the poems was called “The Fall”, I seemed to relate to that one the most.

This is definitely an interesting approach to a book – with only some of the poems interlinking to create a completely different story.  It definitely made you pay extra attention and think while you were reading each of the individual poems.

About the Book

Star Watchers uses fantasy, horror, and inspirational elements to provoke new ways of seeing the human condition. The poetry depicts unhappy, nervous, bitter and clever individuals; they found themselves in both triumphs and defeats. Unfortunately, these characters often met with the fate of tragedy and unexpected twist. Their misfortunes serve not only to entertain but also to inform its readership. Each poem and each character draws out a meaningful message for readers to take away with them. Yet, after piecing the poems together, there is an even bigger story–left for readers to determine for themselves.

Contact the author at: starwatchersbook@live.com

Visit the author: www.kellyvang.comwww.facebook.com/officialkellyvang

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