I've read this twice you guys and let me explain why.
I read it twice simply because I forgot what it was about, or better yet what the poems were about. This alone should tell you that it wasn't for me.
These are 100% my opinions and if you don't like it. I don't care. There are plenty of other people who loved this book. I am but just one reader.
If it weren't for the interesting pictures this would of sucked.
I know it's harsh, but I can't understand what everyone sees in this book.
The sad thing is I rarely read stories that I dislike.
Am I just WAYYYYYYY over thinking the poems?
I felt like they would hurt someone instead of having this powerful message that others said the poems seemed to have.
I don't see the powerful message in these poems. (I honestly wouldn't even call them poems.)
There's one poem called Red-handed that seems to me like it's negative.
I get that they're suppose to be these darker, grittier poems that are re-tellings, but REALLY?
The upside is that it was short, and I didn't waste to much time reading.