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She forces rhymes where the poem would be very lovely without rhyme. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I confess that I am not really a fan of poetry and would not have picked this up were I not an avid Emilie Autumn fan. Since emi,ie fully-illustrated first edition hardcover release inThe Asylum I am glad I did not order the audio book for her novel, which fans still await as she is only now recording and editing it, two years after people paid for the product that does not exist.
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I didn’t like it because I felt it was repetitive and cheesy and pretty sounds didn’t really change my opinion. Emilie Autumn reading her own poetry. Oct 28, Charlotte rated it did not like it. Plague Rats, and those who need some good poetry time. To ask other readers questions about Your Sugar Sits Untouchedplease sign up. I don’t like Autumn’s dishonesty which makes me find it difficult to take even something like her poetry seriously.
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After I read that one, I began to see all the others that had gone before in a completely different light, and the poems get darker as the book goes on. I think I will give it a few more listens and then Re-write my review. Poetry is the one type of writing where you’re supposed to be able to do what you wanna do. Oh chocolate, thy shalt save the world in times of need and desperation, when thy force thyself to spend the night listening to poetry that may be of use if thy h AUDIOBOOK Basically Emilie coughing asthmatically into a microphone about some long lost loves, people she hates, muses she met, accusations, mistakes, tears she never tasted, etc.
This audiobook never came about untiljust before her release of Opheliac, although I don’t recall seeing it available until Always, she has this ugly tendency to fake a more intellectual accent that is so irritating, I had to listen to this record in six parts to complete it.
I like my literature to have some feeling and truth to it. Her poems are wonderful, full of deep thoughts and emotions. This is understandable, as they were all written between the ages of 13 and 18, which is quite young. Nov 13, Raven rated it it was amazing. I would recommend her instrumental recordings but not her books sadly. Also I feel this record would of been better without the music it was too much of a distraction and just made it seem like the author was trying to be fancy and Shakespearean and when modern writers do this.
That’s English, possibly because it doesn’t sound as intellectual as Miss Autumn is trying to sound over compensation does not make a convincing performance, but then again this is someone who thinks Oxford Uni is in London and that Cockney is a nationality. Emilie is taking everyone for a mug I think. Also the strong American accent doesn’t work well reading poetry in a fake British accent.
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For a poetry book, it’s pretty good, albeit a bit repetitive. Still very poor literature accompanied by nice sounds.
I wanted to love it but hated it. That’s what I find grates with most of her music though, it’s always so samey there is never any freshness to it and this would have been better with just words.
I quite enjoyed the Rants — streams of consciousness and incensed anger — but it is the short, snappy, hard-hitting ‘modern’ poems like I Didn’t Mean You and Didn’t that are easily her best. Doing the math this was written in her twenties not her teenage years.
The recording is really well done and the accompanying music goes so well with it, contributing to the poetry but never overwhelming it.
I just like to discover works by people I know nothing of. None of them I thought were bad or unenjoyable. Jun 22, Phoebe Andamo rated it it was amazing Shelves: Written between the ages of 13 and 18, Emilie Autumn’s debut poetry book quickly sold out amongst her followers upon its release back inand the audio version has since become a sought after collector’s item.
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Contrary to what English classes will have you believe, most artists don’t intend their work to be hyper-analyzed, anyway. I like her music and her memoir about the time when she was in asylum was great.
Funny because I’m pretty sure she was in her twenties and said so at some point I just never got around to buying until now.
Aug 22, JackingOffJill rated it did not like it. I just don’t care for poetry, personally. I love her instrumental work and sung records but any untouchfd book type or literary publication, she has untoyched usually at a later date than claimed, bored the hell out of me.
But, you know, why not? She hopes that her future writings will not require sugarr dramatic circumstances in order to be published.