Dirty Pretty Things

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Dirty Pretty Things

Dirty Pretty Things Dirty Pretty Things is the much anticipated book by Michael Faudet His whimsical and often erotic writing has already captured the hearts and minds of literally thousands of readers from around the wo

  • Title: Dirty Pretty Things
  • Author: Michael Faudet
  • ISBN: 9780473299507
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dirty Pretty Things is the much anticipated book by Michael Faudet His whimsical and often erotic writing has already captured the hearts and minds of literally thousands of readers from around the world He paints vivid pictures with intricate words and explores the compelling themes of love, loss, relationships and sex All beautifully captured in poetry, prose, quotesDirty Pretty Things is the much anticipated book by Michael Faudet His whimsical and often erotic writing has already captured the hearts and minds of literally thousands of readers from around the world He paints vivid pictures with intricate words and explores the compelling themes of love, loss, relationships and sex All beautifully captured in poetry, prose, quotes and little short stories.

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    1. Lil on said:

      This book is so poorly written. I understand these are supposed to be erotic poems but the words "panties", "fuck", and "skirt" can only get you so far. Some poems are just plain ridiculous and sound like they were written by a teenage boy. I maybe found 1 or 2 poems in the whole book that were worth taking a second look at."Naked guilt,a punishment dealt;over a wooden table where a jam donutis noticeably absent."Um what???

    2. Kristie Bringhurst on said:

      Okay, I really wanted to love this book. The idea intrigued me and in flipping through, there were some interesting poems I read in passing. When you sit down to read this book, however, what was so exciting at the beginning quickly becomes boring and full of cliches. I swear if I had to read the phrase "dusty pink nipples" one more time I would have lit the book on fire. I also couldn't handle the way women in the book are portrayed. Talk about the manic pixie dream girl. She's all about sex al [...]

    3. Olga therebelreader on said:

      An amazing erotic read! Mr. Faudet writes beautifully. I look forward to more!TWISTED TREESA fearsome wind cannot compel the weakest branch to gladly yield.Yet,the faintest breath upon your lips - and I have fallen against my willE KISSCrashing waves on an empty beach, the rhythm of our hearts, two drowning lovers lost at sea, my lips adrift in yours.

    4. Taylor on said:

      This guy really has a thing for white cotton panties and kneesocks. Poetry for the tumblr crowd. In a word, sophomoric.

    5. Cat Aquino on said:

      this is what michael faudet calls "poetry":LustLust is a lovely word and makes loveso much more interesting.a thousand dead trees are crying out for justice.

    6. Joseph on said:

      Dirty Pretty Things by Michael Faudet is a best-selling collection of poetry. To be honest, the title pulled me in. I am not much for romantic poetry and I don't read erotica, but something in this book seemed to hold promise. The range of poetry is wide, to say the least, from cutesy to something the other side of candied vulgarity. From serious to sophomoric. Somewhere in that mix, I found what I liked. At times there was the thrill of being outside my comfort zone yet still other times it was [...]

    7. Whitney Atkinson on said:

      I think because of milk & honey i'm preconditioned to assume that all poetry will be free verse and simplistic (a style I don't like), so I ended up being pleased with this! It's actually a collection of short quotes, poems, & super short stories. the theme revolves around love and relationships and--inevitably, because the title has the word "dirty" in it--some pretty raunchy sex. I #cantrelate to any of that good stuff, but I did think that a lot of these passages were clever and thoug [...]

    8. Amun (Mohamed Elbadwihi) on said:

      I don't want to be mean, but this was really bad. I don't know why it's so highly rated. It's not good poetry. It's full of cliches and summer sunsand words;like this.There may be oneor twogood poemsbut the rest are wonderfully dull;like this.The kind of poetry books I write are the ones you read in agony, stretched out over the sheets with one hand on your forehead;in face-palm.- Michael Faudet (Note: Not really M.F.)Okay, jokes aside—I know there's an audience for this book, made clear by th [...]

    9. Nicole ☼ on said:

      A collection of prose, poetry, quotes, and short stories. ►“Dark Doo Wop” by MS MRThis is one of my favorite books of all time. It is poesy at its uncomplicated pretty best. Faudet both conjures jealousy from my soul and seduces it with the way he turns the simplest of words into verse and prose so lustfully tender. His beautifully constructed devotions will make your eyes cry and panties weep. Apparent is his love and muse throughout this collection. Faudet and Lang Leav, the poet power c [...]

    10. Jojo (The Reading Bee) on said:

      DNF at page 173/290Only if you pressEnter enoughyour wordswill look like poetry.This is where literature came to die, this wasn't fun to read, I think there are only two poems that I liked, and the prose is just A W F U L Don't waste your time, and I quote"Please don't, seriously, I beg"

    11. Beatrice Masaluñga on said:

      Awfully written. Most of the poems generic rundown sentences. I don't mind reading erotic poems but the eroticism in this collection was forced and unromantic. I can't help cringing to some of it. Sadly, I didn't enjoy this collection and I don't recommend it.

    12. Caitie on said:

      I was so excited about this book based on the reviews and description and I was incredibly disappointed by the reality.So sophomoric.Bad poetry is an abomination and the rhymes in this are uninventive to say the least. No wonder no bookstores stock it on their shelves. And the one-liners? The prose? Don't waste your time.

    13. Suraya (thesuraya) on said:

      maybe because ive read much more obscene things than this, so i dont feel this book to be erotic at all. It's mediocre, at best. and faudet's poems mirror lang leav's a lot, to one point I thought this is written by leav herself.

    14. Cress ☾ on said:

      I have seen Dirty Pretty Things floating around Tumblr for quite some time, and Faudet's work intrigued me. Lang Leav wrote the introduction for this, and ironically (because I'm not a huge fan of Leav's work either,) it was the only thing I liked. I don't really know how I feel about these Contemporary hipster(?) poets. I definitely have a love/hate relationship going on with them, that's for sure. On one hand, some of them write pieces of poetry that haunt/resonate with me. That put to words e [...]

    15. Ju$tin on said:

      some good writing but not enough. more avg content and more bad. very quick read. took me maybe 30 minutes. left side pages were blank unless the piece was longer than a page. lot of 1-2 liners which were the only words on the page. poor trees. content is something like 96.7% love and sex, which is fine, just making that clear. don't expect much else.

    16. Ruchika on said:

      I haven't read a lot of erotica so perhaps avid readers of the genre might find this review too generous. But this man has the ability to make me blush and yet, proudly read his work in public – in a society that shuns such public explorations. If I write more, I'm afraid I'll simply gush. :)

    17. Jessica on said:

      This is a beautiful book of poetry. I discovered this author on Tumblr and I fell in love with his poems.

    18. vicky ✨ on said:

      favourites include Lost Words, Lips, Airplanes, Twisted Trees, Roses, Echo, Teach Me, The Mermaid, Forbidden Love, Strawberries, and Stars ♡A fearsome windcannot compelthe weakest branchto gladly yield.Yet,the faintest breathupon your lips –and I have fallenagainst my will.*Let's make a bedin autumn leavesand leaveno leaf unturned.*A midnight scribble,a morning sigh,you watch the words,curl up and die.Madness livesinside your head,of poems lost,and pages dead.A mind possessed,by unmade books [...]

    19. Edwina on said:

      The writings are just so brutally honest. About love, passion, lust, sex and pleasure, Lang leav and michael faudet are both amazing writers can't wait for their babies lolFavourites:Your smileYour smile is a beautifully written lineI hope to write it somedayTrue loveWhen you're in love, truly in love, you never have to question it(Honestly, i suspect michael faudet is just lang leav pen name that she can freely express her erotic writing skills)

    20. Drew Farinas on said:

      Shallow but still, I liked it. Overrated, but still liked it. Too many repetitive words, but still liked it.

    21. Addie on said:

      Nope. Can't finish this. DNF at 17%. I'm all for literary smut, but I want my poetry to be teasing and my erotica to be sultry, not in-your-face crass. I don't want to feel like a voyeur or 3rd wheel into Leav and Faudet's relationship (or whatever is going on there). Reading this was like sitting on a couch while your friends have sex next to you and occasionally you get a foot to the head. I just don't need the mental images.

    22. India on said:

      I'm not a huge fan of poetry that rhymes, but I really enjoyed what Michael Faudet included in this first poetry collection. Very heartfelt. Very love, sex, and emotion-driven. I'd say my one complaint is that some of it came across as repetitive. I also think there are lots of ways to describe panties without using "white" and "cotton" over and over again. The prose was absolutely beautiful, which is why I'm going to go with 4 stars vs 3.

    23. Kate ♡ on said:

      Definitely one of my least favourite poetry books, but still had some great poems.

    24. Jessica on said:

      So, this was my first real venture into reading poetry. Obviously there was the compulsory poetry we had to read during English classes at school, but as a reader with a genuine interest this was my first stab at it!I’m not going to pretend I know much at all about poetry, or that my opinion holds any real weight. My 4 star rating is purely based on my personal level of enjoyment whilst reading this collection.Dirty Pretty Things couldn’t have been a more apt title for this little book of na [...]

    25. Dana Al-Basha دانة الباشا on said:

      I'm half way through the book, and as good as it is, I don't think Michael Faudet is real. No two people can write like each other exactly. Writing is like fingerprint, no two talents are alike.I seriously never gave much thought to Lang Leav's personal life; through Twitter I learned that she is in a relationship with another author. When I bought "his" books I thought their style was so similar, but now that I'm almost done with the book, there just can't be a Michael. Lang's book are romantic [...]

    26. Tsaki on said:

      Awalnya tertarik karena Mbak Siska aka @editor_in_chic nge-retweet statusnya Michael Faudet. Buat gue pribadi, puisinya seksi. Terus, gue follow deh. Eh, nggak berapa lama dia promoin buku puisinya. Dan kepo.Akhirnya beli di Google PlayBook karena harga bukunya di Bookdepo aja 270 ribuan. Resensi menyusul, segera!

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