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What place does reality have in the digital age? Reality is more than a copy and paste type of 140-character limiting world. When we connect reality to dreams, diseases, death, conflicts, romance, and the people in between, our intimate thoughts and feelings drive us on a spiritual journey through uncertain times. At the very start of this quest, we are

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Paperback, 172 pages
Published December 17th 2013 by Dead Poets Dream Publishing
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Katie Harder-schauer
This is the longest book of poetry I've read recently. Normally I can read through a book of poetry in about an hour, maybe an hour and a half if it's really thought provoking. This one took me six. I also believe that it might just be an English teachers dream because it is full of poems for which you can ask, "What is the author trying to say here?" For my experience, that's not necessarily a good thing though.

There were times while reading this that I felt the author was trying to be too
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I received this book for free through the Goodreads First Reads and I really appreciate it. Thank you.

This isn't a book that I can read from cover to cover in one sitting. Each poem deserves full attention. The author is clearly not afraid to bare his soul, through his beautiful and heartfelt poetry.
Recommended reading.
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Mario Gabriel Adame, born in San Antonio, Texas, is the youngest son of Rafael and Theresa Adame. Rafael served in the U.S. Army for eleven years before receiving a medical discharge as a Staff Sergeant. Rafael moved on to work as a teacher, coach, and a Texas regional manager in sales and marketing. Theresa had been employed in the psychiatry department at The University of Texas Health Science ...more