Friday, September 27, 2013

Glazed City Eyes by Preston M. Smith {Book Review}

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Glazed City Eyes

Jackson is a dark poet who thinks such disturbing but yet amusing ideas. It was an adventure just to see all that was going on in Jackson's head.

Jackson, who is into drugs and alcohol meets and feels nothing but despair, meets a man that he shares a deepkson is a dark poet who thinks such disturbing but yet amusing ideas. It was an adventure just to see all that was going on in Jackson's head.

Read about how Jackson is able to work his way back up into a normal life. It's a very serious book, with many strong emotions being portrayed. I wouldn't recommend for anyone in a depressive state.

I felt like I couldn't fully get into this book and wasn't sure the book was going in any sort of direction. There was a lot of rambling that seemed to just get in the way and distract me from the main plot. None the less, I'd rate this book as a 4/5.


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