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The Unwords By Non Nomen,

  • Title: The Unwords
  • Author: Non Nomen
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Paperback
  • There is nothing dangerousan a character with no author This is the first edtition of The Unwords and it is now out of print It was only available for a limited number of copies exclusively through the author s official website in 2012 The second edition was published in 2013 by Fearache Publishings and it s available worldwide through all major book retaile There is nothing dangerousan a character with no author This is the first edtition of The Unwords and it is now out of print It was only available for a limited number of copies exclusively through the author s official website in 2012 The second edition was published in 2013 by Fearache Publishings and it s available worldwide through all major book retailers in paperback, hardcover, and available exclusively from in eBook format A nameless character A faceless figure A disturbing, thought provoking journey through the facts of the world we live in that we often refuse to acknowledge The Unwords take full advantage of their author s lack of identity and extreme levels of introspection as they unleash a full scale attack on all fronts of cultural and social decay Education, religion, politics, language, relationships and common every day social activities are stripped down to their bare foundations and deconstructed through the eyes of a man who considers every act of deceit as an act of war against the people he loves Poetic verse blends seamlessly with the arts in the form of full page illustrations to create a new, refreshing form of writing the author describes as Graphic verse Words are meant to be spoken In a dishonest world, what remains unspoken can only be the truth In a dishonest worlde pen is never mightier than the sword.
    The Unwords There is nothing dangerousan a character with no author This is the first edtition of The Unwords and it is now out of print It was only available for a limited number of copies exclusively through th

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    1. This review was first posted on Northern Plunder, if you want to see reviews please click here.I justn t dealwith such a largeount of ellipses I think I adorede compositionsof the pagesch than the poems themselves However I did particularly enjoye first part of the bookd the thirde second part was a little less enjoyable for myself.

    2. Mr John Doe, you are not an unknown person You are the voice that many should listen to Imagine you were born couple of centuries ago Do you think you would live despite the words you re promoting I was shocked, don t think I wasn t The shock came when I realized that you are not a romantic poet, but a rough truth teller You haven t given the reflected picture of today s world, but the true picture of our lives We build our world on the bloodshed of our ancestors and celebrate it What s to be ce [...]

    3. This only silence knowsHow paradoxical we arewee hollow I lay on my bedxt to on onewhile others around the worldy next to someoneBut that s not what differentiates us.e right now, me and themwe are all alone they turn their backs to their womenInstead of holding them tightwe are one and the samewee vacantNoe difference is when you are herext to meYeswhen you are hereI sleep next to everything RainThe rain is what gave me lifeevery drop is a cell that completes mea drop was my first, my only, my [...]

    4. The author The pseudonymous unauthor gave me a copy of the first chapter of his book Titled Aesthetics I am a huge fan of both pseudonymous people Gee, wonder why that is and free stuff, so despite the fact that I am a poetry plebeian High poetry for me usually consist of limericks who s first line ends in Nantucket I gave it a go.At first I thought it was good Not spectacular, not great but solid poetry that didn t quite catch me Combining that with the art, which is also good but seemed at fir [...]

    5. An exquisite and thought provoking read As George Orwell said, In a time of deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act This is precisely what the author of The Unwords is trying to achieve A revolution in our perception of the world By using honesty as his most powerful weapon, he pushes us out of our comfort zone and attempts to change our way of thinking ones and for all.Nowadays the society is structured in such a way that ethics and humanity are becoming slowly extinct The author of Th [...]

    6. SELF RIGHTEOUS ANGER AS MELANCHOLY ANGST BUT SO COMPELLING Make no mistake.Fear will destroy you.Fear will devour all that you areand everything that you adore around you.Fear is what drives you to do nothing,when you know damn wellyou need to do something Loc 45 127Wow What a rewarding reading experience.I ve just finished reading THE UNWORDS Exposing the Dishonest Language of a Culture in Decline and the only urge I feel stronger than that to quote copious passages herein, is to start reading [...]

    7. Wow0000000000000000000000000000000001 stars.This book aimed for profundity and landed on na vet The writing reads like the vague ramblings of an 18 year old who believes his mind has been opened, all of the posers have been exposed, and that this 18 year old alone has all of the answers to the world s problems.Yeah No.I downloaded this book because I am interested in exploring the way ebook forms can combine many mediums In this way, Unwords is interesting, but still not a success The use of con [...]

    8. A graphic novel in verse two literary forms for which I don t care much, but decided to give a try The writing is not bad, particularly as verse goes, but the content Ugh UGH Arrogant, angry, pessimistic and dark Get the writer some drugs and remove all sharp objects from his sight Nothing good ever existed in the world and everyone sucks, especially you, you selfish corporate drone completely controlled by big business and big government note this means YOU, unless you are the writer It is exac [...]

    9. I absolutely loved this, verse was never this good when I did English lit many many moons ago or would be a big fan of poetry now This will challenge your conceptions on certain topics and the religious iconography may not be to everyone s taste but you can t please everyone.Overall the book is split into 3 themed sections and it flows so well, you can feel the different emotions that are being evoked and I felt connected to the unwords The ending is a surprise, albeit a pleasant one, I hope peo [...]

    10. Shocking I was lucky to get a free copy from the author, but I actually felt guilty because of that after I finished reading it This book attacks your senses with every single sentence and by the time you reach its conclusion you will never be the same person again.If there was ever an example of a book that was than just words.is is it If you are an idealist, an activist, or have any concern about the state of the society we live in today, The Unwords should be your bible 5 5 hands down.

    11. The Unwords brings a philosophically provocative point of view The definition of the title seems to be the unspoken Thoughts that have become taboo only through the social assimilation that every person wishes not to recognize in themselves From the trauma of psychological isolation to the social acceptance of blame, every word echoes the nearly six years the author has taken to compile this book Contemplating themself, and everyone else coexisting or lack thereof on this planet we call earth, a [...]

    12. A raw, captivating book of poetry that touches the soul and inspires the mind I absolutely love the unapologetic, tender yet harsh words the author chooses to describe life Many of the lines are so breathtaking and innate, they will haunt me for a long time Such as What have I done so farat hasn t led to nothing Haven t we all felt this way at one time or another Also, The Unwords is beautifully designed with stunning images throughout the text.

    13. There is nothing dangerous than a character with no author Non Nomen no name is the moniker assigned by the author to provide his anonymity, but that at first seemingly gimmick to sell a book should in no way deter readers from delving into this collection of thoughts and images and poetry that has the courage to unleash a full scale attack on all fronts of cultural and social decay What we learn from his introduction is that he grew up in a very violent, ultra nationalistic, drug filled social [...]

    14. I received the book for free through First Reads and at first I wasn t sure about this book I thought there are so many people out there who love reading poetry and philosophy books, but it isn t my cup of tea Really Boy, I was totally wrong At the moment I got the book, I read the book in one day It left my mind blown and I couldn t sort out my thoughts, so the next day I read it again, that time slowly, carefully thinking over each verse.Some people find this book revolutionary I feel The Unw [...]

    15. I got The Unwords because it was free on From the title I expected it was a discourse on the use and misuse of language in our culture That s not what it is.One thing that is unusual about this book is that almost every page is written on a graphic, and image of some sort This is the first time I ve seen this on my Kindle That s the best part of this book.The author is unknown, anonymous, Non Nomen The author has a damaged, dismal outlook She resents her parents.The text is written in the format [...]

    16. If I had one complaint to express to the author, it would be there should be a blog or somewhere people who have already read The Unwords can interact and discuss about this magnificent book with no worry about revealing anything I believe the book is impossible to discuss or review without revealing its secrets Other readers already know what I mean Anw, this book really caught me off guard The author takes a punch at the system and takes no prisoners I have to admit, I read a lot of booksbut t [...]

    17. I absolutely loved reading The Unwords I loved reading it for the same reason I love reading Orwell, because brutal honesty shines throughout the whole book Nothing is left unsaid, all things to do with the way our system works are criticised and talked about in a very open and honest way, from politics, to relationships, the individual After finishing reading, you won t forget what you have just read for sure.I don t want to give anything away, but I recommend this book to everyone I think anyo [...]

    18. If you have not read this, then you should If for no other reason than it is so unusual and it s free It will open your mind up to things than none of us have ever really given any thought to at all I m not saying that I personally agree with all that is in the book but I do say that it does leave a lot of room for consideration and research For obvious reasons I can say that I have never read anything like this before At this moment I m not even sure that I liked it but I will say that it defin [...]

    19. The Unwords brings a philosophically provocative point of view The definition of the title seems to be the unspoken Thoughts that have become taboo only through the social assimilation that every person wishes not to recognize in themselves From the trauma of psychological isolation to the social acceptance of blame, every word echoes the nearly six years the author has taken to compile this book Contemplating themself, and everyone else coexisting or lack thereof on this planet we call earth, a [...]

    20. This is a truly interesting book with an entirely different way of thinking With a balance between the verses and the authors art really makes every page fulfilled and maxed out with things that really makes you think.Gladly recommend this book to anyone to wants to read something different and thought invoking

    21. I received The Unwords in the mail today I started reading it just to see what it was really about and I didn t put it down until I finished it The Unwords is an exquisitely poetic tale which takes the reader on an unusual journey through the facts of the world we live in that we often don t acknowledge I m sure I ll read this multiple times.

    22. I m really not certain what to make of this book self righteous and arrogant, angsty and personal It doesn t really seem like poetry it is far too straightforward but it is written in poetic form, with art that I also don t know what to make of I will give it a second read to see if I can make up my mind.

    23. Too dark, after a decent start with the first story, it falls into a pattern of the world is a horrible place and I hate it, change the world and it will be better Note to author First you must change yourself.

    24. Really beautiful and thought provoking If you like art and poetry, this is for you, though I thought the art could be I don t know, It was very minimal It s also dark and anarchistic, which I like.

    25. We who hold the pen and like bricks we use our words how stupid of us how naive to even think for a second that the pen is mightier than the sword Fantastic.

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