March Monthly Review Read

March is almost over. Already! Here is this month’s book review summary: (you can read the full reviews here: 2019 Reviews)

****  “Jonestown: The Power and Myth of Alan Jones” by Chris Masters

***** “Doggienauts” by Addie Broussard

**** “No More Dead Kids” by Thomas Marshall

**** “Mary-Alice Moves In” by Frankie Bow

***** “Preservation Pantry: Modern Canning from root to Top & Stem to Core” by Sarah Marshall

***** “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Richard Bell

 

 

 

 

 

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Wonderful Poetry – “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Richard Bell

“Such Sweet Sorrow” by Richard Bell

Rating:  *****

Genre: Non-Fiction: Poetry

Read:  March 2019

When Richard Bell’s wife was diagnosed with terminal cancer, he set about documenting his emotional journey through his free-form poetry. “Such Sweet Sorrow” takes the reader with him, through his wife’s devastating diagnosis, subsequent death, and beyond. Anyone who has lost a loved one – to cancer or otherwise – will relate to this touching and deeply moving work. “Such Sweet Sorrow” is well presented in a fifty page, chapbook format. Definitely worth the read. Available at bookstores near you and Amazon