Synopsis: Faudet discusses his previous relationships and lovers with tantalizing prose and poetry. He allows the readers an insight to his life, and to the various situations he and his lovers have been in–whether it’s watching hentai, having sex out in the open, or watching his lover deteriorate from a harrowing drug addiction.
Review: I bought this book at Barnes and Noble simply because it looked pretty, and because the few poems I flipped to were so well written. When I entered it on my Goodreads, I was pleased to find out that this was a book on my To-Read list! So, over the course of the next two nights, I curled up in bed and let myself be taken in by such beautiful poetry.
After reading this in its entirety, I realized two things: his short poems and longer poems are spaced out in a way that ensures you don’t read it too quickly or too slow, and that this was one of the most erotic things I’ve read in a long while. His writing is beautiful and sensual–a type of writing that immerses you in it, that you need to bask in. In all honesty, I don’t read a whole lot of poetry, but let me tell y’all that this book will easily find its way to my ‘favorites’ bookshelf.