Feb 18, 2010
28 Blackbirds review
Charles Gramlich has posted a review of 28 Blackbirds at the End of the World at Goodreads.com. It's reposted below...
I originally read this collection in manuscript form and enjoyed it very much. I gave the author a blurb, which appears on the back cover. Here's what the blurb says:
"J. Bruce Fuller's "28 Blackbirds" is to haiku what Cormac McCarthy's "The Road" is to apocalyptic novels. A masterpiece."
I stand by that.
The printed version has a great cover, as seen above, and contains a short introduction by the author. If you like haiku, especially connected haiku on the same theme, you will surely enjoy this book. All the haiku revolve around the theme of blackbirds surviving, and sometimes dying, at world's end.
Here's one of my favorites:
world burned black
the hearts of men are black
blackbird's eye is black
Posted by J. Bruce Fuller at 11:16 AM