Love, Ghosts, & Facial Hair Paperback – 1 Mar 2004
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About the Author
Steven Herrick is one of Australia's most popular poets. His books for teens include Love, Ghosts, & Facial Hair; A Place Like This; and The Simple Gift.
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Amazon.com: 2 reviews
I am a book thief
29 November 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
Great book! I actually had to buy a second one to replace the one that was so good I never returned it to the library. Dark and sweet!
I Enjoyed It
3 January 2009 - Published on Amazon.com
I enjoyed this book very much. I am a fan of Steven Herrick's books in general, but I have to say this one is not my favorite of his works. If you are new to Steven Herrick I would recommend "The Simple Gift" which is my favorite. What I enjoy so much about all of his works is that while he writes in verse, the story unfolds quite clearly and naturally. The plot line isn't told directly, rather the story unfolds slowly through small scenes and images and thoughts from the characters. One snippet might be about one of the characters looking at herself in the mirror, but so much is said about the characters, their history and their emotions. The issues in all of his works, including this one, are very real to life, and in some ways very heavy, but they are not really depressing because the story is told in such a light simple way. This is such a different and refreshing way to read a book, please read this and other Steven Herrick stories because they are always beautiful.