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Words You Will Never Read ❰Reading❯ ➿ Words You Will Never Read Author Jessica Katoff – Thomashillier.co.uk Words You Will Never Read is Jessica Katoff s fourth poetry release and her most personal to date Written as a catharsis in the months following the loss of her father in late , Jessica has taken pen Will Never ePUB ↠ Words You Will Never Read is Jessica Katoff s fourth poetry release and her most personal to date Written as a catharsis in the months following the loss of her father in late , Jessica has taken pen to page to say things he and others will never read, either because they can t, or just won t Containing entirely new works, this is a Words You PDF/EPUB ² can t miss release.


10 thoughts on “Words You Will Never Read

  1. Alicia Cook Alicia Cook says:

    I was lucky enough to be provided an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Katoff s fourth collection of poetry is her most honest yet book description , but it is undoubtedly her BEST collection yet, too The title is poignant and pulled me right in The reader quickly learns that the book is dedicated to her father, who passed away These are words he will never read, quite literally, which makes it all theheartbreaking.It is important to note that this book is n I was lucky enough to be provided an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Katoff s fourth collection of poetry is her most honest yet book description , but it is undoubtedly her BEST collection yet, too The title is poignant and pulled me right in The reader quickly learns that the book is dedicated to her father, who passed away These are words he will never read, quite literally, which makes it all theheartbreaking.It is important to note that this book is not ABOUT losing her father, specifically There are a myriad of poems that relate to giref, yes, but also romance and the heartbreak that goes along with that, too.I commend Katoff for putting this collection together Her signature short poetry carries a punch in some, a heart flutter in others, and tears in the rest It is a great balance of human emotions, organized in three sections, which makes it easier to follow.In a world where everyone under the sun is self publishing, if you are to buy just ONE MORE BOOK in 2017, please make it this one, you won t be sorry


  2. Jeanette Jeanette says:

    Jessica s writing is so relatable and resonates with my personal experiences deeply In just a few short lines, she is able to convey so much that transcends the page Her words paint a picture of heartbreak and a rollercoaster of emotions It is authentic, real, raw and human Another fabulous collection of her work that I would highly recommend to anyone


  3. Tiffany Zujkowski Tiffany Zujkowski says:

    Such a refreshing voice This author knows how to bottle up emotions I have never been able to express in such a simple, but profound way I don t know how she does it, but I gobble it up every time I will certainly recommend this book to my friends and family Can t wait for the next one


  4. Cheryl Imbrogno Cheryl Imbrogno says:

    Words You Will Never Read is beautifully written Poignant moving A must read Words You Will Never Read is beautifully written Poignant moving A must read


  5. J.R. Rogue J.R. Rogue says:

    I ve been a fan of Jessica Katoff s work for 3 years now I ll buy anything she puts out I was lucky enough to get an advanced e copy of her upcoming release and I have a signed paperback on pre order In Words You Will Never Read Katoff speaks of longing, regret, loss, and other intense emotions Many poems, to me, read like those 3am texts you know you shouldn t send, so you hastily delete them before you can regret saying all that you ve kept inside We ve all felt these emotions and Katoff h I ve been a fan of Jessica Katoff s work for 3 years now I ll buy anything she puts out I was lucky enough to get an advanced e copy of her upcoming release and I have a signed paperback on pre order In Words You Will Never Read Katoff speaks of longing, regret, loss, and other intense emotions Many poems, to me, read like those 3am texts you know you shouldn t send, so you hastily delete them before you can regret saying all that you ve kept inside We ve all felt these emotions and Katoff has a unique way of saying things so many cannot I highly recommend this collection to anyone who reads poetry, and anyone who has thought about giving poetry a chance


  6. Krystal Krystal says:

    In allof her phases, the moon is still whole behind her darkness I am the same.I received an advanced copy of Jessica s fourth poetry collection, Words You Will Never Read, and I m so glad that I did I ve read just about everything she s ever released and what struck me most about this offering is that while it s thematically similar to her other work, there s a strong sense of acceptance in her words that refines it The focus on the body, the link between physicality and emotion, is sharp an In allof her phases, the moon is still whole behind her darkness I am the same.I received an advanced copy of Jessica s fourth poetry collection, Words You Will Never Read, and I m so glad that I did I ve read just about everything she s ever released and what struck me most about this offering is that while it s thematically similar to her other work, there s a strong sense of acceptance in her words that refines it The focus on the body, the link between physicality and emotion, is sharp and studied Approach it like a journey from love, wanting, regret, grief, forgiveness and a reminder to always keep your heart open.Read this book It sthan worth having on your shelf


  7. April April says:

    I was provided with an advance copy in exchange for an honest review I feel very lucky that I was This is a well written book of poetry This book, though inspired by the death of the author s father, covers loss as well as love and friendship As I read the poems, I continued to find myself relating to the words and feeling amazed that someone else has felt the same as I have on so many occasions I think that everyone could find a poem here that they relate to This is the first book of Kato I was provided with an advance copy in exchange for an honest review I feel very lucky that I was This is a well written book of poetry This book, though inspired by the death of the author s father, covers loss as well as love and friendship As I read the poems, I continued to find myself relating to the words and feeling amazed that someone else has felt the same as I have on so many occasions I think that everyone could find a poem here that they relate to This is the first book of Katoff s that I have read but I will read others Nicely done


  8. Kristopher James Kristopher James says:

    It s uncanny to find a writer, who in a few words, is able to capture a wide bouquet of emotions From angst, longing, want to acceptance, anger and forgiveness Jessica s writings apprehend her readers with plaintive and passionate poetry.For anyone moved by words, who appreciates poetry and longs to find a kindred soul who can relate, Jessica Katoff s Words You Will Never Read is sublimely perfect.


  9. Harlee Allison Harlee Allison says:

    Knowing some of the background for how this collection came about, it took me a little while to get through it out of fear of how much I would relate to the contents This set of work reaches to a deep place that the reader can easily get lost in It reads as though somebody can see inside your head and at the same time doesn t sound like the carbon copy poetry posted online It is beautiful, heartbreaking, and uplifting all at the same time.


  10. Trina Click Trina Click says:

    Jessica has mastered the art of reaching into her soul and pulling out the words that leave you wondering that not only is she baring her soul in her writings, but possibly the soul of the reader as well This book is ultra personal, yet somehow universal all at once I can t get enough


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