Winter of Summers is the fourth book of internationally bestselling poet Michael Faudet, author of Smoke & Mirrors, Bitter Sweet Love, and Dirty Pretty Thingsa finalist in the Goodreads Readers Choice awards. His whimsical and sometimes erotic writing has captured the hearts and minds of thousands of people from around the world.Michael Faudets latest book explores the fine ...
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Winter of Summers Reviews
faudet never really fails me
It was okay. Not as good as Smoke & Mirrors.
I’ve read all of Michael Faudet’s poetry books and he continues to be one of my favorite poets.
This is his fourth book of poetry and I love seeing how he has grown and developed as a poet. His first book, Dirty Pretty Things, was strictly romantic. This book, on the other hand, was still focused on romance and love, but he would drop in a poem every now and then that focused on social issues. For example, “Respect” was all about treating women with respect and “Trigger Warning” was about how we ...more
"It is rare to find an unhappy fool but all too easy to spot a miserable genius."
I was at Barnes and Noble last week and happily discovered Faudet had released a new collection I didn’t know about! I immediately took it home and though I promised myself I’m going to pace my reading, like always with his work, I devoured it rather quickly. Faudet’s first collection Dirty Pretty Things is one of my all time favorite poetry and prose works. His writing is always very intimate, very raw, and it leaves me wanting more and wondering if his short stories are actually true or the mu ...more
I really love the short stories and the metaphors. It's so short yet the message that comes across is so powerful and so strong. The short stories were my favourite and it was so full of impact that it made me want to read it over and over again. It was just that good that even thought it was short, I could feel the pain and hurt come across the pages.
The poems were great too and I can really feel the emotions coming from the writer but yet it still cannot be compared to the short stories becau ...more