Marta Moran Bishop continues her journey in Sunlight and Shadows. This book of poetry, unlike A Poet's Journey: Emotions, is a more thought-provoking book. In its pages, her verses deal with everything from God, to life after death, war, and the shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. Still she is able to bring to life the beauty and grandeur of her surroundings and make us laugh, cry, think, and feel. Sunlight and Shadows will once again take you on an emotional journey through life.
If you could sum up A Poet's Journey in three words, what would they be?
Introspective, enlightening, brave
What did you like best about this story?
It is truthful, daring, unique
What three words best describe Alan Caudle’s performance?
Calming, comfortable, soothing
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I felt empathetic towards the character, saddened, wishing I could help her.
Any additional comments?
With a fervent imagination adeptly
used, it brings this author's world courageously to the reader.
Marta Moran Bishop is someone you want to know.
She conveys the soul of her character and makes you want to know more about the genesis of the shadow self she lets out; I would suspect, only by her writing and now, by audiobook. I would have preferred a woman's voice for the narration.
I would not want to visit her dreams; too disturbing I would guess, but her poetry is a relatable adventure into the mind of the writer. Thoroughly enlightening.