After The Snap

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Have you ever failed at love? Have you ever had to start over? Have you had to learn to forgive yourself? Need to hit the restart button on your life? In 2012 that’s where the Author Kian Furnace found himself: Looking up from rock bottom with the shards of his broken heart laying before him. He had two options: Let it destroy him, or take those jigsawed shapes and multi-textured pieces and create a mosaic. He chose to create the mosaic as you will discover within the pages of After the Snap: Book One in the Anthology of Poems, Written After, During, and Before. This collection of poetry is real and raw, and writing it offered the author the much-needed therapy to move past low self-esteem, grief, and pain to gain the courage to start anew. It is a montage of optimism, hope, and longing. This cathartic process helped Kian channel his pain to prose. Raw, and unfiltered and still bitter in spots, but by the end, “After the Snap”, will have a profound effect on all who read it. The author’s God-given gift of poetry will continue to make room for him as an artist as he has more books on the horizon.

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Sarah Luongo: I'm a big fan of the format of the book- the concept of incorporating poems and within the story and sectioning off periods of the story with each poem. It made it easier to read, and made the unimaginable easier to comprehend. What some people may skip over may be the most important part in this...

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ishmaelmumba31: I like the attributes of shawn. I'd recommend it to anyone who wants to get lost in their imagination of romance and poetry I guess. It was a little bit off on some spellings, just a few.

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AsHlYnBoReD: I loved this book, it was sad, emotional, and relatable. I really liked the poem 'friends'. I think that one was my favorite! I hope you write more poems! Thank you for writing this book!

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David: Just gave you 4 stars for the Grammar since you only have C2, weak.Other than that, loved the "Wanna be a psychopath" approach and writing.Keep up the good work and keep stealing Infreno's ideas :)

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