Summary: A collection of poetry written by a 16-year-old teenager throughout his younger years as well as his unfiltered thoughts on everything from love, heartbreak, and fear of what may come in one’s future.
Page Length: 101 (ebook/Kindle) 188 (paperback)
Publish Date: April 7th, 2017
My Thoughts: Poetry is one of my favorite genres to sit down and read, so I’m always up for reading it. It had been a few days after initially reading the synopsis of the book so when I actually did end up starting it, I completely forgot that this was written by a 16-year-old. Not to say that just because you’re young you cannot write remarkable, meaningful things (because you can), though Time Capsule just reads as though it is a life story being told by someone way on in their years. I won’t count it as one of my all-time favorite works of poetry (the poems and stories were beautiful, though I just couldn’t connect with a majority of them), though I did enjoy the author’s vulnerable perspectives on the pains and highs life brings. A good collection to check out if you enjoy poetry and aren’t necessarily looking for light-hearted poetry.
Final Verdict: 3/5
*A copy of this book was given to me by James D. at Free And Fast Reviews in exchange for an honest review*
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