Tosha wanted a nice day off with her cousin, but a homicidal bug wave forces her to expose her talent to the others on her tour. Before her government can lock her up, she is swept off by a tornado and whisked into the stars.

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Shaken and Stirred

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Tosha wanted a nice day off with her cousin, but a homicidal bug wave forces her to expose her talent to the others on her tour. Before her government can lock her up, she is swept off by a tornado and whisked into the stars.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781554878581
  • Publisher: eXtasy eBooks
  • Publication date: 4/15/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 631,199
  • File size: 181 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2002

    Review by Nicholas Cobic, The Wolf Poetry Magazine, UK

    To verse (lat. Poesis), to let out the voice from the inner being, is the ultimate expression of passion, feeling, love, anger. When that inner feeling is transformed into words and language, it becomes poetry, an art form. We live in a time where boundaries between people and cultures have never been fainter, yet it is also one where people have never felt more distant from each other. We live in a time where emotion is expressed by the manufactured greeting card, the email or text message. It should be easier to communicate, but it isn¿t. We grow apart. People no longer talk face to face. People live to work instead of working to live. Emotions become fake, manufactured, digital. What have we left? Poetry. And poetry is the one thing that truly makes people communicate, that causes the emotions to flow and become real, almost tangible. By assembling worldwide feelings expressed in the beauty of language and words into one book, as is done here with Shaken and Stirred, one can truly begin to feel just how much the human race has developed and changed. To say that Shaken and Stirred is loaded with poetical genius and huge undiscovered talents would be pretentious and a lie. Poets, just like people, differ, and thank God for that. What Shaken and Stirred does provide is a healthy variety of poetry and a choice of poetical work that reflects modern life. Poetry as used here becomes a universal means of understanding the world around us with no geographical barriers. The might of Shaken and Stirred is in its variety and the wide spectrum of poetry that it feeds to the reader. In poetry, there are no rules. The only rule of poetry is language and it surpasses all barriers and limitations. One can decide which of the Shaken and Stirred poets one prefers, but quality is in the mind of the reader. A wide choice of narrative, descriptive, metaphoric or emotional poetry here waits to be digested and absorbed into the soul. Poetry does not belong in the mind. It belongs in the soul and in the bloodstream. Shaken and Stirred proves that brilliantly. This is a collection with great potential and one to which a reader of modern poetry will want to come back for inspiration, again and again.

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