Spaceship: A Collection of Words for the Misunderstood

Spaceship A Collection of Words for the Misunderstood Robert M Drake brings you a collection of quotes inspired by the conventional teenager in a modern catastrophic society

  • Title: Spaceship: A Collection of Words for the Misunderstood
  • Author: Robert M. Drake
  • ISBN: 9781304856555
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Paperback
  • Robert M Drake brings you a collection of quotes inspired by the conventional teenager in a modern catastrophic society.

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    1. i think there were two lines that i thought were clever. the rest was junk. o, and the word count was probably 2-3k? took me maybe 10 mins to read. very large print. words on just every other page. art and design on the other pages.

    2. Loved the writing but I found the seemingly random pop art to be distracting and quite honestly it took away from the importance of the words. Personally I feel like the writing can stand alone successfully. If there needs to be illustrations please make them relevant to the words or concept in some way. Other then subpar artwork, the book was fantastic. Cheers CJ

    3. The words inside this book were inspiring as always, but the art did not match the tone of the book and was quite off-putting at times.

    4. As much as I love R.M. Drake's words, I was aching for more. Words were too short. The book itself was too short. As a writer and an artist myself, the art was debatable in my optical visual. The words can speak for themselves. More addition to the collection can strengthen the book itself. I'd still recommend it for a short read.

    5. I really like Drakes other work, which is why I bought this sight unseen. It was such a let down. It feels like he just took some decent-ish bits of junk from a notebook or a collection of napkins/post-its he filled up and thought "ugh, I need a book. I'll just use this stuff" and nobody thought to read it before slapping it together with a really bland pop/clip art that added absolutely squat, with not much relation to the "poem"? "Thoughts"? Verbal roadkill more like. And the title Really? "Sp [...]

    6. I purchased this "Collection of Words for the Misunderstood" after falling in love with the many excerpts of R.M. Drake's writing that would come across my social media. I was NOT disappointed by this truly devastating, beautiful publication. Yes, it can be read quickly; yes, half of the book consists of really neat graphic art. However, I personally found that this Collection was compiled incredibly and I loved every second I spent experiencing it, stopping to recuperate from the explosions in [...]

    7. September 29-30Robert M. Drake brings you a collection of quotes inspired by the conventional teenager in a modern catastrophic society.Review - The writing is gorgeous and I related to allot of these poems and quotes I have a few favorites I will read anything he writes I recommend reading any of his books .

    8. Liked it more than "Science".I also liked that in each page, a few words would have a different format and jump out of the lines, sort of like a hidden story within the story. Illustrations are nice too.

    9. my favorite so far from his writings. i can relate to most of the poetry within this book.I only give it 4/5 because of the presentation/illustration, it felt childish to me

    10. Read in less then an hour and it was all so beautiful and emotional I can't wait to read it again in pieces.

    11. Another great collection of poems by RM Drake. Short and sweet and to the point. I enjoy his work everytime and I envy how easy it seems for him to produce so much quality work so quickly. I love it!

    12. One of the worst books I read. If it is considered a book.The text was super large to fill the pages. The content was words that could be on Twitter, not a book!

    13. This was not quite what I expected it to be, I thought it would have a similar poetry format as A Brilliant Madness which I had previosly read but it did not. This book was more like a series of thoughts and thoughts within thoughts. I did enjoy it, there was some nice writing but overall it fell a little short for me.

    14. I could not finish reading this book, the graphics and their layout are hideously annoying and distracting from the text itself:

    15. It's an entire book of cheesy Facebook and Instagram memes that the people from high school you never unfriended keep sharing about their on again off again relationships. No thanks.

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