“My Struggle: Book Two: A Man in Love” By Karl Ove Knausgård Review

Having left his first wife, Karl Ove Knausgaard moves to Stockholm, Sweden, where he leads a solitary existence. He strikes up a deep friendship with another exiled Norwegian, a Nietzschean intellectual and boxing fanatic named Geir. He also tracks down Linda, whom he met at a writers’ workshop a few years earlier and who fascinated him deeply.

So this book was my first book by this author and probably the last because I truly hated this book because it was nothing for me. If this book did anything for me it was just to make me want to never get married. Because the way how the author describes his life and how he left his first wife and how he treated his second wife gave me an idea of how much of assholes some people can be. 

The writing style was the worst I’ve seen for very long which oh boy really speaks for itself. It might have something to do with me being very picky since last December.

The plot itself really sucked, Because I personally don’t care of the life of someone I never heard before. And during reading this book this plot made me dislike the author more and more.

To be honest here, I gotta admit that this book is probably the most boring book I’ve read since 2020. I really didn’t care for it and I’ve tortured myself with reading this book. And this book is a sign that I’ve should DNF books which I don’t like rather than suffer and torture myself with them.

This book really takes the price for the worst autobiography so far, which is truly a price now on days because there are dozens and dozens of autobiographies. 

This book was really a waste of time and money. And I truly wished that I’ve never read this book because I wouldn’t lose anything and I would have time to read something different instead.

I give this book 1 / 5 

“Duma Key” By Stephen King Review

A terrible construction site accident takes Edgar Freemantle’s right arm and scrambles his memory and his mind, leaving him with little but rage as he begins the ordeal of rehabilitation. A marriage that produced two lovely daughters suddenly ends, and Edgar begins to wish he hadn’t survived the injuries that could have killed him. He wants out. His psychologist, Dr. Kamen, suggests a “geographic cure,” a new life distant from the Twin Cities and the building business Edgar grew from scratch. And Kamen suggests something else.

So I’ve heard a lots of good things about this book. And since it was written by Stephen King I’ve had high exactions for this book, But this book didn’t live up to my expectations. 

The writing style was pretty okay, it wasn’t really on the level with Stephen King but it was good enough for me. 

The plot itself didn’t really feel like Stephen King, it rather felt like Joe Hill (Stephen King’s son) pretending to be Stephen King. I personally didn’t get the point of this book nor the story in it. Which really disappointed me.

The book in my opinion was also very boring and uninteresting. And I’ve should probably DNF it and not torture myself with this book as I normally do with books I don’t like. 

From the begin this book dragged me in the wrong direction than most people after going through reviews on Goodreads for this book. Which is sort of a relevant thing lately. The bigger rating a book has on Goodreads the higher chance is that I will hate the book. 

I know that this review will be very unpopular but that’s just my opinion and I won’t lie about anything on this website. Because we keep it really here.

I give this book 1 / 5

“The Owl and the Pussycat” By Edward Lear Review

This poem tells the story of the love between the title characters who marry in the land “where the Bong-tree grows”.

This poem takes the cake of being the worst poem about animals I’ve read so far in life. It was super boring, super uninteresting and it didn’t make sense. 

The plot here in this one was like what I’ve said above so it isn’t much to add here. 

The writing style here was so bad that it felt like it was written by a drunk and druged up monk with mental disabilities.

I give this poem 1 / 5

“A Psalm Of Life” By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Review

This poem describes the purpose of life, and how one should handle the sorrow and struggles along the way.

And here we go again talking about another bad poem.

This poem felt kind of weird but it also was super boring and super uninteresting. I had hard time on getting through this poem even thou it was very short. 

My attention was constantly running away from this poem because my attention wasn’t having it and it almost didn’t exist for this poem.

The writing style in this one was also pretty bad. I gotta say that the worst thing about this poem was the writing style. 

I give this poem 1 / 5

“Fear No More the Heat o’ the Sun” By William Shakespeare Review

This poem is a fairly simple song about death taken from the tragedy Cymbeline.

I’m a little bit ashamed of sarong this but this poem was my first read of something written by William Shakespeare. And I gotta be honest here, I wasn’t a fan of this poem. 

This poem feels like something written by a drunk and druged up monk with mental disabilities. And not by the man himself. 

The plot itself was the generic theme for poems which of course is a tragedy of something or someone. 

The writing style here wasn’t the best neither. Which really disappointed me here because it was written by William Shakespeare.

I give this poem 1 / 5

“Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night” By Dylan Thomas Review

The narrator in this poem offers advice to his or her father about how to face death with dignity, bravery, and defiance.

So yet again another bad poem but this time this poem is more recent then some of the poems with talk about lately. 

I gotta say this poem has the generic plot in it which of course is death and it honestly I think that, that the topic of death is way too overused now in poems which is way they don’t go well with me.

The writing style here was not the best neither. It had some okay moments here and there but nothing to really rise the rating on this one. 

I give this poem 1 / 5

“There Was a Child Went Forth” By Walt Whitman Review

This little poem expresses the author’s identification of his consciousness with all objects and forms, and the list of things which he himself identifies with is large and comprehensive and is a good example of Whitman’s catalogs.

And yet again we are talking about another bad poem. 

However I need to give this poem points for making a good point regarding children. And that point which this poe us making is that children imitate what they see and because of this they become those things which they imitate.

But the rest of this poem is just bad and could have been better if it had focused only on the aspect which I mentioned above. But of course it did do that and here we are with a low rating.

The writing style here in this one was also pretty bad however it had 2 or 3 good moments where the writing style was truly shining but that’s not enough to qualify the writing as good as a whole.

I give this poem 1 / 5

“The Red Wheelbarrow” By William Carlos Williams Review

By declaring that “so much depends upon” the wheelbarrow, then, the poem implies the importance of agriculture and farm laborers. 

If you think that every poem has major meaning behind every line then grab this poem and read it because then you will connived that you were wrong in these believes. What I’m trying to say is that this poem has nothing interesting, exciting, enjoyable or meaningful in it. This poem is a huge killjoy. 

The writing style is very, very poor in this one. And it seems like it was written by a drunk and druged up monk with mental disabilities. 

The plot in this poem isn’t better from the writing style because the plot as well feels like it was thought of by the same monk. Which really speaks for itself here don’t it? 

I give this poem 1 / 5

“The Genius Of The Crowd” By Charles Bukowski Review

So finally we are talking about a poem which I truly enjoyed and liked. 

I gotta say that this one was my first poem by this author and so far I’ve enjoyed his work. 

The writing was good but it had the potential to become better than it actually was.

The story itself was amazing, it totally sucked me into it and I just couldn’t put this poem down. 

It was a super enjoyable read and this poem is awesome. I really wish that all poems could be like this one. I really had a fun time reading this one.

This poem creates some very good points like “those who preach peace do not have peace” and like “those who preach peace do not have love”.

I give this poem 5 / 5

“The Stones” By Sylvia Plath Review

Here we are again taking about one of Sylvia Plath’s poems and this time it is “The stones”.

The story in this poem was super bad and I didn’t even bother to try to connect with it because it was so bad and bizarre. 

The writing style here was okay, but I really didn’t pay attention to it because the story distracted me because it was so bad.

I give this poem 1 / 5