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REVIEW: Flowers That Die

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Flowers That Die confused me, being a work consisting of 80-something poems that feel like baby’s-first-poetry, at once overly simple yet trying to be complex. While they are certainly quick reads, none of them really had a lasting impression on me.

Would recommend for young readers.
G. Lowie
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Goran Lowie is an avid reader of all kinds of speculative fiction and poetry. For years, he's been rotting away in some rural hellhole in Belgium, but luckily he has literature to keep him going!

His real obsession with the genre sparked with the incomporable works of Ursula K. Le Guin, and his heart stayed there forever. Other favourite authors include Patricia A. McKillip, Mary Soon Lee, John Wiswell, Robert Silverberg and Italo Calvino.

When Goran isn't reading books, he's either editing this very magazine or creating lesson plans for his day-job as a high school teacher! You can find him on Twitter: @GoranLowie

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