Algedonic Read Online Free - Bestselling poet r.h. Sin, author of the Whiskey, Words, & a Shovel series, presents a poetry collection that illuminates the transformative power of emotional pain.
Algedonic is an aesthetic outlook on pain and pleasure. Complex emotions simplified into poetic interludes as only r.h. Sin can express. With his trademark of giving simplicity to some of the hardest of emotions, Sin reminds us all that there are often two sides to an emotional story and sometimes the pain transforms into something beautiful, something less problematic and maybe something that reignites a feeling of pleasure.
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January 20, 2018
"she found life in the night
like a rose blooming
without the sun"
As usual, his words reach me <3 it my not be the best collection,but I like it !
January 02, 2018
I truly love R.H. Sin's work. I think its beautiful and important- it always feels so personal as well.
I was a bit disappointed in this collection though, in comparison to his other works that is.
This one deals more with heartbreak and relationships not working out.
The last poem and...
December 29, 2017
Brilliant. You’ll get nothing less than perfection from r.h. Sin, every time.
Read this in less than an hour and already want to read it again.
November 05, 2017
I received this as an ARC on NetGalley in exchange for a review.
I don't know why I keep doing this to myself...
Every time a new r.h. Sin book drops, I always read it, expecting it to be better. I mean, you'd think an author would grow with each new work, right? But it's really just the same thin...
January 24, 2018
I have so much to say about this, so bear with me. I don't know how this person keeps churning out these "poetry" books one after the other, like some kind of bad poetry factory. It just doesn't work that way! Or at least, it shouldn't. There is a reason why writing good poetry takes time, it can...
November 28, 2017
"she found heaven
in a bookstore
she got lost
in the pages"
I received this eArc from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
When I saw R H Sin listed as a book to review my heart basically melted. I recently stumbled upon him and fell in love with the simplicity of his words. These aren't li...
November 06, 2017
This short collection of poetry resonated with me as r.h. Sin continues to publish strikingly emotive writing!
January 06, 2018
I wish I could give this zero stars. Vapid, repetitive, boring ‘poetry.’ The author needs a basic lesson in figurative language. And in avoiding manic pixie dream girl tropes.
December 06, 2017
This book is just everything.
December 31, 2017
Besides the repetitive, superficial poems about desperation for women, there is now an added bonus of “girls with daddy issues”. Great!