A Night without Armor

A Night without Armor

by Jewel
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Night Without Armor: Poems 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 47 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an amazing book of verse that flows very smoothly. Jewel's talent for wordage is complemented nicely by her Christian and humanitarian point of view.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am thirteen years old (2002)and have enjoyed Jewel Kilcher's songs since I was seven or eight.She has a wonderful voice and writes songs that are honest and have to do with real life.I recently bought this book and really enjoyed it.The poems touched me and inspired me to write my own poetry.I have nothing against people who don't like Jewel.I must say I like her WAY more than Britney Spears.Britney Spears is a sex object and really doesnt put her heart or soul into her music as Jewel does.Jewel purpousely put a selection of good and bad poems together to show people that poetry is honest and not always perfect.I strongely recommend this poetry book to anyone who enjoys Jewel's songs.Thank you Jewel, you are my idol forever.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Jewel's personal poems of her most gribing moments of her life. From falling in love to the hard and harsh realities of heart break.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read it in high school and loved it. Many of the works are simplistic, but honest; a great start off point for someone wanting to get into poetry to read.
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A great book of poetry by an amazing singer/songwriter. If you love Jewel's music than you will love her poetry.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Raw emotion written across these pages is so amazing. I can't believe that someone would be so bold and daring to let everyone know about their lives. Jewel can't take an emotional experience and write about it, and everyone can relate to it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Someone gave me this book as a gift and I was skeptical at first because I've never been a big fan of her music. However, her poems exceeded my expectations and I was very pleased to be able to add this book to my ever-growing poetry collection. The poems put you in her shoes and really make you feel....that's what great poetry is all about! Well done, Jewell!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Jewel's 'A Night Without Armour' reads like a dictonary of the cliche. Her failed attempts at grasping the poetic voice make it impenetrable, and its embrace of pop culture banality makes it unbearable.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Stunning, with the power, simplicity, and twists of Pablo Neruda. Truely assessible with overflowing word value. I hope there will be another book soon. Read and re-read, enjoy and re-joy this collection till then!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Jewel is a woman after my own heart.her mind speaks freely in poetry
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this book of poems... I love Jewel as a singer/songwriter, but also as a poet. Even the simplest works carry about of meaning, and I feel that most critics don't understand that it is a universal thing.... it's a work that seems to me to be aimed at everyone, not just the literature and poetry elite. But those of us that are 'common' everyday people. So maybe next time the critics need to ask the people who are reading her work and hearing her songs, and not just they're high and mighty selves.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved Jewel as a songwriter but when I picked up her book in B&N and read one of her poems, I was mesmerized. Every poem is exquiste and thought-provoking. No need for rhymes or even standard poetic rhythms. This is one book of modern poetry that should defintely be read and reread.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Jewel is an amazing poet! Like someone said earlier, It's unfortunate that her singing career has overshadowed her talent as a poet. This book is wonderful. My favorite's are I Look At Young Girls Now, We Have Been Called, and Slow Disease. i'd reccommend this book to everyone.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Miss Jewel's heart landscape, provides a radiant source of insight and a lively understanding about ourselves ---through the mirrors of our world: Her poetic works are indeed, a rare gem.
Guest More than 1 year ago
the average person can bond with her works...truly a brilliant poet & lyric writer, for a poetry book of similiar quality, try a rather new author redman-waldeyer
Guest More than 1 year ago
It was unfortunate that Jewel's considerable talent as a song writer of the pop scene overshadowed her achievment as a poet. This book gave me much pleasure and I look forward to her next.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this book!It was honest, beautiful and very deep.I don't think people should tell Jewel that she should stick to songwriting.She writes poetry because she enjoys it.I dont think you should tell her what to do.You should try writing your own poems then you can talk.Hah the only people who don't like Jewel's poems are shallow,immature,hipocrites and/or little kids.Grow up Jewel is awesome!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an awesome book. I love poetry and this book gave me a new outlook on it. You can really tell that Jewel put a lot of heart into her poetry and I GUARENTEE that this book will not bore you. My favorite- 'I'm writing to tell you'- it's great.