4 Dec 2018

I Wrote This for You and Only You | Review

Title: I Wrote This for You and Only You
Series: I Wrote This for You #3
Author: Iain S. Thomas
Pages: 214 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Rating: ★★★

Synopsis

"I need you to understand something. I wrote this for you. I wrote this for you and only you." The follow-up to the international #1 bestselling collection of prose and photography, this is the third book in the I Wrote This For You series and gathers together the very best entries in the project from 2011 to 2015. Started in 2007, I Wrote This For You is an internationally acclaimed exploration of hauntingly beautiful words, photography and emotion that's unique to each person that reads it.


Review

This book was provided by the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing and Netgalley!


I chased my dreams until I caught them.
I chased my thoughts until I stopped thinking.
And I chased my heart until I found you.

I Wrote This for You and Only You is the third book in the I Wrote This for You series and is yet another poetry collection with prose, poetry and photography.

Even if you write down everything that’s ever crossed your heart, there will still come a day when none of your words can explain how you feel.

I really liked reading I Wrote This for You so I was really excited to start I Wrote This for You and Only You, but I wasn’t that blown away by this collection. I think that I Wrote This for You was better than this one because there weren’t that many poems that I could relate to or I thought were beautiful.

Favourite poems:
  • The Stars Look Like Drops of White Paint
  • The Dreams on the Line
  • The Soft Crackle
  • The Fellow Passenger on a Crashing Train
  • The Complications Start with You 
  • The Protective Nature of Glass
  • The Briefest Respite
  • The Love Like Sunlight
  • The City that Sleeps Where They Feel
  • The Walls Are Made of Lists
  • The Removal of Me
  • The Desperate and Confused
  • The Stones Make Sand Slowly
  • The Language Breaks
  • The Bombs Destroy More than just Cities
  • The Shadows on the Curtain
  • The Things I Would’ve Said
  • The Bandages Are Made of Shadows
  • The Dark Words You Walk Down at Night
  • The Remaining Me
  • The Age at Which It Happens
  • The Things I Meant
  • The Infinite Distance

1 comment:

  1. This sounds like a gorgeous collection, especially as the poetry is alongside photography and prose. Excellent review!
    Cora | http://www.teapartyprincess.co.uk/

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