Falling Toward the Moon

Falling Toward the Moon

by

, Poetry

From the authors of The New York Times bestseller Empty Bottles Full of Stories comes a brand-new collection of compelling poetry and prose.

The heart will ache, the soul will feel weary, and the mind will be weighed down by the things you wish to forget. There will be nights when all you have is yourself and the moon. There will be nights when silence will exist in abundance. And even though you may feel lonely at first. You must understand that the solitude is a gift; you must understand that even when alone, you are more than enough.

Title:Falling Toward the Moon
ISBN:9781524853839
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    Falling Toward the Moon Reviews

  • Kenya Wright

    I know a lot of people didn't like the parts of RH Sin. I am a RM Drake fan also, but I loved it all. Everything was thoughtful and touching. Def worth a read....

  • Jessica Snyder

    It was a quick read. Not bad....

  • Robin

    Mediocre read. The poems in the second half I connected to more than the ones in the beginning....

  • Amanda ?

    the landing which is the second half of the collection is my favorite and had a lot more of my favorite poems...

  • Mariah Nelson

    purchased this book off the strength of RM drake, i admire his work, even though his writing gets a little draggy. He saved the book. as far for sin's work, its still the same. his writing hasnt grown...

  • Ella Pittsford

    Thoroughly underwhelming and unimpressive. I like to think I have a varied enough palette when it comes to prose but when two separate authors write ceaselessly on basically the same topic (it’s nig...

  • CarolynMarieReads

    *2.5-3 stars* I truly enjoyed the Robert M. Drake poems, but unfortunately didn't connect with r.h. Sin's poems. At times they felt a little repetitive and slightly overdone. Although I do appreciate ...

  • Sam

    "Poems to teach you how to keep fighting and to never let sadness defeat you and never let misery keep you." Pg. 214....

  • Ronja

    I don’t really get why they call this poetry it’s just chopped up sentences. It’s a story that has no real meaning to it....

  • Lena Schreyer

    2.5...