An audiobook of poetry that often lingers in the darker corners of rhyme, this collection offers everything from the slightly twisted to the nonsensical, with a few "shady" stops in between. Fantasy, myth, and legend bring a touch of light to the morbid and the morose.
The Dark Ones revisits a selection of poems published in The Soul Bearer and The Moon Queen, edited and slotting in perfectly with many newly written and never seen before.
©2014 Bex Pavia (P)2014 Bex Pavia
I love them both, i like the audio version as it plays nicely on my phone and I can listen to it in the car. I like the print version as I can put my own inflections in the reading.
I have read Bex Pavia poetry and found this one much darker as the title implies. Its very good and the reader was easy to hear and read the poems well. I really suggest getting any of the authors books either paperback, e-book or audiobook. I highly recommend this author. My personal preference is E-book.
For me poetry is better in print.
There is no ending in poetry books.
Wonderful voice. Very easy and enjoyable to listen to.
I was gifted the audiobook in return for an honest review. I have never used audiobooks before but can tell that they are marvellous for people with sight issues or listening to without having to hold a book. Poetry is not my favourite genre but I don't dislike it. Having an entire book of poetry along the same subject was just too much.
"The Spoken Word — Tremendous!"
LOVE listening to poetry being read. Especially poetry by Bex Pavia. She is deep and intense in her writing. Skilled at her craft. Looking forward to MORE from Bex! (RKM)
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