Voices – Love and Loss by Valerie O’Brien




The author sent me an advanced reader’s copy (pdf format) in exchange for an honest review.


My rating:  3.7  of  5  stars

(by Amazon)

A collection of poetry about love and loss.




Genre(s):  Poetry

Series:  n.a.

Length:  56 pages

Release Date:  2015-07-15



Cradle in your arms
True love is meant forever
No greater purpose


My Opinion

This book is a collection of poetry about love and loss.

With Voices – Love & Loss, Valerie O’Brien has created a thoughtful poetry collection. The book covers first love poems, then poems on loss. I had a good time reading Voices – Love & Loss. If you know Valerie’s blog, have read some of her poems, you know what you get: Valerie soberly voices her poems, thus intensifying their meaning.

This is for you if you like thoughtful poetry.

In brief:

Writing Good
Plot n.a.
Mood Thoughtful
Pace n.a.
Characters n.a.
Violence n.a.
Sexual content No sexual content
POV First person


About the author

Valerie O’Brien is a writer and indie author from Chicago. She loves to write poetry and short stories. Her work has been featured in print and online publications. Her first book “Numb” is available now on Amazon. To learn more about her, visit v-obrien.com.


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Amazon (US):  buy link


Please take a look at my statement on reading in My train of thoughts on …reading.  Now I am asking you.  🙂

My questions for you bibliophiles:
What about you?  What did you think about Voices – Love & Loss?  Or – if you did not yet read Voices – Love & Loss – are you now interested in reading it yourself?


I am looking forward to reading your comments.  🙂


My review: First Love (Short Story) by Valerie O’Brien



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