This book felt like soft music playing in my brain. At first, you try to get used to it, to its calmed sound, to its melody. But then, suddenly, you find yourself moving to the music. You find yourself appreciating every note, every detail about it.
This is a pretty slow down book, but very unique. Every now and then, there are powerful verses that hit you at a emotional level.
The author talks about life, about the road we have to walk, about death. He also talks about life as an artist, which I found very inspiring.
He puts into words thoughts that many of us have had, but we were never truly aware we’ve had them.
I was lend a review copy by NetGalley, thanks to Water Forest Press for letting me read it.