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Atlantis is a three-part poetic tale of a young woman's quest to build paradise out of her flat-packed suburban life. Heartbreaking and humorous, Atlantis is a journey about picking up the pieces from the ruins of a life they said would be good for you....

Title : Atlantis
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ISBN : 9781976253836
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 158 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Atlantis Reviews

  • Alicia Cook
    2019-03-29 10:05

    It has been a very long time (in my eyes) since Eden has released a book. It was entirely worth the wait. No one does micro-poetry like her. NO ONE. Her layers are deep - otherworldly.She is powerful. She is sexy. She is witty. She is heartbreaking. She is woman. I loved every page of this three part book.I was also happy to see Eden expand her style into longer poetry in some pieces. I do not know how she does it. But she had me with chills on one page, laughing on the next, crying after that, smiling after that.A roller coaster. An exquisitely written roller coaster at that. Buy this book. Keep it on your nightstand. Return to it often.

  • Brianna
    2019-04-17 09:08

    Really quick, light read. I could not put it down. Absolutely loved it. Also the simplistic cover is gorgeous.

  • Jovana Đermanović
    2019-04-22 11:07

    "He hugs the back of me like he has caught me running and is not letting go and that is how we sleep. That is how live." Wow. Atlantis is by far the best poetry book I have ever read. Lauren has set the standards for poetry very high, piecing words together beautifully, painfully, perfectly... I absolutely adore her poetry. I could not put this book down. I have never connected so well with someone else's words as much as I connect with Lauren's. It is very rare to come across a poetry book like this, where every single poem is an unforgettable gem. Lauren is a clever poetry goddess, and I already can't wait to see what she will release next.

  • Frostie Whinery
    2019-04-08 14:20

    I’ve never connected more with a collection of poetry. Nearly every piece in this book felt like an entry in my own journal. I’m mad at myself for waiting so long to purchase it. I recommend Atlantis to everyone struggling with or curious about self-worth, marriage, and self-identity. It’s a beautiful collection of art.

  • James Parker
    2019-04-01 10:14

    Incredible outpouring of honest words that reads like a complete story yet captures the essence of what poetry is and should be. Flows like the sea (in all its states) and really resonates with those who have been through love, rejection, loneliness and self discovery...outstanding!!!!

  • Natasha Varnham
    2019-04-15 06:16

    Read this book in one sitting, it was absolutely wow amazing

  • Joanne
    2019-04-08 13:16

    I didn’t think I could love a poetry book more than I loved Of Yesteryear. Atlantis proved me wrong.