TBNAT: Volume 2

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TBNAT: Volume 2

TBNAT Volume The second volume of poetry by Theodore Ficklestein

  • Title: TBNAT: Volume 2
  • Author: Theodore Ficklestein
  • ISBN: 9781514320624
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Paperback
  • The second volume of poetry by Theodore Ficklestein.

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    1. Jessica Albee on said:

      2.5 stars?This was probably about the most absurd thing I've ever read. This is not your English class poetry, and no matter how many times he mentions Shakespeare he certainly isn't him.This is a free-verse poetry collection about everything and nothing all at the same time. All poems are written with very simple vocabulary, and no poem is incredibly difficult. It honestly feels like the author just sat down and wrote stream of consciousness at that's it. It worked part of the time, but more of [...]

    2. AiraCabrera on said:

      I was sent this book in exchange for an honest review. If you're looking for deep and moving poetry, this is not for you. I used to love writing poems, so when this book was sent to me, I was really excited to start it. The poems in this book were either funny, entertaining, or both; but thought provoking. I really enjoyed going through poem after poem. It was so easy to read, and when guests come to my house, it's the first thing they pick up. It makes a lot of them laugh! When I have bad days, [...]

    3. Marilyn on said:

      I was a recipient of an Advance Readers Copy of this book. Poetry is an individual thing. To me, this book was more of an exercise in free verse than true rhymed, metered poetry. While some of the pages shared some honest open thoughts, and I found some of this work thought provoking, overall, I guess you could say I didn't "get it". My leanings are more to haiku or poetry with cadence and an occasional rhyme.

    4. Tena on said:

      I won this in a giveaway -- This Book Needs a Title: Volume 2 (Paperback) by Theodore Ficklestein -- Remember that journal you had to keep in your high school freshman English class? Someone published theirs! Bet you wished YOU had thought of it!

    5. Grady on said:

      Theatre of the AbsurdTheodore Ficklestein is playing his poetry that addresses everything and nothing for all its worth. This is the second volume of his work under the same title (except for Volume 1 vs. Volume 2) and it seems he is having more fun and guffaws at this experiment. He adds little notes to his book, such as `If you are looking for a summary here about what this book is about, then you have the wrong book' that make us feel as though we are being mocked, but the thing that is being [...]

    6. Dawn on said:

      I received a free copy of this book from the author.This is the second book of poetry I’ve read by Theodore Ficklestein. The first book was I Killed the Man Who Wrote This Book. I really enjoy his poetry. It’s different, witty, and funny. Sometimes it’s thought-provoking as in “Lesson from History.” It’s a great book to just open up and read a couple poems when you have a minute. This would be a good bathroom book!I have a friend who says he doesn’t like poetry because you can’t [...]

    7. Lovelaces on said:

      This was originally posted on my blog at lovelaces2/2015I had super high expectations for this book and I can happily say that my expectations were met if not exceeded. This is one of the best poetry books I have ever read.My favourite thing about this book is the variety of poems, that ranged from quite serious to laugh out loud hilarious. Some of my favourite poems were; Fake Lily, Buddha, My Problem and Forgetting Everything. If there is one thing that I didn't like about this book, it's that [...]

    8. Jim Gallen on said:

      I had read and reviewed the first volume of “This Book Needs A Title” so, when I was offered a free copy to review this one I took author Ted Finklestein up on it.The poems in this book are short and witty. Some are inspiring, like “A Climb To A Mountain”, others are funny, like “Reading Up” (it is best read from the bottom) and others are profound, like “Changing The World”. Pick it up, page through it and pick the ones that appeal to you.

    9. Jana Morgan on said:

      I won this book from -firstreads. This book was not what I expected at all. It seems to be a jump out of his head thought at any given time kinda book. I just didn't get it as a poetry book. I wonder if this book is just like the first and is the third gonna be the same. Best of luck in your writing but I have to say I will probably pass on any others, just not my style. Jana Morgan

    10. Mrs Mommy Booknerd http://mrsmommybooknerd.blogspot.com on said:

      I find this collection of poetry to be very enjoyable. The ramblings of life within poetry form. There is something for everyone in this collection. You will laugh, feel something and have a fun time reading. 4 stars

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