Thursday, January 5, 2017

Book Review: Maiden by Karina Bush (48th Street Press)

have you ever picked up a book, read a few pages, and then suddenly realized you can't put it down until you are finished? it's those rare moments, at least for me, that keep me from killing myself. so, in a way, if any of you are disappointed, send your complaints to Karina Bush.

Maiden is an incredible quick read that will make your panties wet as quickly as you will blush. the poems flow of sex and love and desire and romance. at first glance, you may simply think they are crude. but do yourself a favor and dig into the language and see the beauty of the mix of lust and love.

the poems that really stuck out to me were:
The Wettest Love
Into Your Air
War (which honestly is one of the best poems i have ever read)
Tender Night

43 pages of poems that will saunter into your dreams and... well, use your imagination.

i urge all of you to find this book and devour it. and remember the name Karina Bush, a raw talent that is unstoppable.

some links:

another review of Maiden by Matthew J. Hall

the publisher:

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