The Hole Between Mine and Yours: Liquid Logic from a Dirty Tumbler [NOOK Book]

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Waves of words about science and sin

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The Hole Between Mine and Yours: Liquid Logic from a Dirty Tumbler

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Waves of words about science and sin

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Editorial Reviews

Simon John Cox
'The tones range from rude to thoughtful to playful, and the often breathtaking turns of phrase are carried forward by a skilful urgency of rhythm. Even when Grey is being a little bit dirty, her voice is clear and precise, and the lines slide smoothly down the page. ... the great joy of this book, I think, is in the unexpected phrase, couplet or verse that stops you in your tracks and forces you to smile, raise your eyebrows or laugh out loud. The poems are arresting, funny and witty.'
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011537493
  • Publisher: Christina M. Grey
  • Publication date: 8/14/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 482,167
  • File size: 302 KB

Meet the Author

Christina Grey enjoys drinking carrot juice and dancing by herself. She dreams of building the perfect swing set for adults. She is working on her second novel, since first novels are notoriously wretched. If you follow her on twitter, you may be randomly selected for effusive thanks in her next acceptance speech.

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  • Posted August 2, 2011

    Thought-Provoking, Exciting, Powerful

    First, the bad: the sample was disappointing because after the Table of Contents it only included one poem. But, the good: it was intriguing enough to make me cough up $.99. I was pleasantly surprised by the rest of the book. I kept thinking, at some point this is going to lose its steam because the author cant keep up this density. But she did. It was full steam ahead for the entire book. Some of the poems are written in a very strong and feminine voice. "Feminine Mistake," "Fourth Degree," and "Empire Waste of Mind" each had powerful effects on me. Others come from a softer, more vulnerable place ("Quiet Conversations Escalate" and "Definitions," for example). These verses felt classical in their form, contemporary in content. She discusses romance in an erotic way, society in a rebellious way, psychology in an honest way, and philosophy in a bubbly way. Even when the poems were very dark, the conclusions left me feeling refreshed, and with resolve. I would most highly recommend this book to women, although men could benefit a great deal from reading it. I would not recommend this book for people averse to new ideas.

    10 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 2, 2011

    These poems are flowing and straightforward

    Honest emotions of a self-aware woman. Excellent control of language and rhythm. The subjects might get a little too real for some tastes, but it's never over-the-top or TMI (too much information) like a lot of modern poetry/spoken word can be. Interesting and entertaining.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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