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The Late, Late Hour

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by: Victoria Blanco
Books with a 5 star rating  (29)
Publication Date: December 13, 2019
Book Size: 5.83" x 8.26"
Pages: 136
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
One of my favorite things to do is fall asleep late with the television on, it was more enjoyable when my parents only had a TV antenna, so I was forced to watch a shopping channel that played elevator music loudly or South Park. On rare occasions, an eclectic pilot would pop up only to never be seen again. Now, I search for these pilots that never saw the light of day online as I sit at my office desk and look out the window.
Customer Comments

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Rosa Montecillo
Posted: May 23, 2020
Customer comment 0 star rating
Captivating and at times surreal.

“The late hour” is a collection of contemporary poetry, it is divided into four categories that define and give us a hint of the text’s character; it is very easy to read and it is written in a quite enjoyable pace and manner. I applaud the way the texts are organized, presented and complemented with photos, some of which make the experience even richer.

Since the very first text I was hooked, I could clearly see the spirit of each poem, every word and description made a very special atmosphere, at times sweet, at times violent, and sometimes even nostalgic. Each poem is surrounded by its own identity, a special aura that made me feel like I was entering into another world, forgetting everything else happening outside the book.
It was very refreshing to witness such bluntness and raw emotions gathered in few paragraphs and stanzas. I also appreciate how relatable the atmospheres were, due not only to the fact that the context is contemporary to mine but also because she has the sensibility to put into words, experiences and feelings I have had before.

They all feel very personal and sensory; the author is able to navigate through very different topics encompassing: joy, unrequited love, existence, social issues, attachment, time and love, each of them reflecting a lot of passion, the author’s sensibility is palpable in every text. She is able to turn everyday things into sweet and sour memories that keep us company and form part of our living experience while presenting her identity as another character in the texts.

So, if you are looking for a book to take you hand in hand through the ups and downs of life while reminiscing about your very own life story, this might be it.
I will definitely read it again.
Rosa Montecillo
Posted: May 23, 2020
Customer comment 0 star rating
Captivating and at times surreal.

“The late hour” is a collection of contemporary poetry, it is divided into four categories that define and give us a hint of the text’s character; it is very easy to read and it is written in a quite enjoyable pace and manner. I applaud the way the texts are organized, presented and complemented with photos, some of which make the experience even richer.

Since the very first text I was hooked, I could clearly see the spirit of each poem, every word and description made a very special atmosphere, at times sweet, at times violent, and sometimes even nostalgic. Each poem is surrounded by its own identity, a special aura that made me feel like I was entering into another world, forgetting everything else happening outside the book.

It was very refreshing to witness such bluntness and raw emotions gathered in few paragraphs and stanzas. I also appreciate how relatable the atmospheres were, due not only to the fact that the context is contemporary to mine but also because she has the sensibility to put into words, experiences and feelings I have had before.

They all feel very personal and sensory; the author is able to navigate through very different topics encompassing: joy, unrequited love, existence, social issues, attachment, time and love, each of them reflecting a lot of passion, the author’s sensibility is palpable in every text. She is able to turn everyday things into sweet and sour memories that keep us company and form part of our living experience while presenting her identity as another character in the texts.

So, if you are looking for a book to take you hand in hand through the ups and downs of life while reminiscing about your very own life story, this might be it.
I will definitely read it again.
Rosa Montecillo
Posted: May 23, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
Captivating and at times surreal.

“The late hour” is a collection of contemporary poetry, it is divided into four categories that define and give us a hint of the text’s character; it is very easy to read and it is written in a quite enjoyable pace and manner. I applaud the way the texts are organized, presented and complemented with photos, some of which make the experience even richer.

Since the very first text I was hooked, I could clearly see the spirit of each poem, every word and description made a very special atmosphere, at times sweet, at times violent, and sometimes even nostalgic. Each poem is surrounded by its own identity, a special aura that made me feel like I was entering into another world, forgetting everything else happening outside the book.

It was very refreshing to witness such bluntness and raw emotions gathered in few paragraphs and stanzas. I also appreciate how relatable the atmospheres were, due not only to the fact that the context is contemporary to mine but also because she has the sensibility to put into words, experiences and feelings I have had before.

They all feel very personal and sensory; the author is able to navigate through very different topics encompassing: joy, unrequited love, existence, social issues, attachment, time and love, each of them reflecting a lot of passion, the author’s sensibility is palpable in every text. She is able to turn everyday things into sweet and sour memories that keep us company and form part of our living experience while presenting her identity as another character in the texts.

So, if you are looking for a book to take you hand in hand through the ups and downs of life while reminiscing about your very own life story, this might be it.
I will definitely read it again.
Rosa Montecillo
Posted: May 23, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
Captivating and at times surreal.
“The late hour” is a collection of contemporary poetry, it is divided into four categories that define and give us a hint of the text’s character; it is very easy to read and it is written in a quite enjoyable pace and manner. I applaud the way the texts are organized, presented and complemented with photos, some of which make the experience even richer.
Since the very first text I was hooked, I could clearly see the spirit of each poem, every word and description made a very special atmosphere, at times sweet, at times violent, and sometimes even nostalgic. Each poem is surrounded by its own identity, a special aura that made me feel like I was entering into another world, forgetting everything else happening outside the book.
It was very refreshing to witness such bluntness and raw emotions gathered in few paragraphs and stanzas. I also appreciate how relatable the atmospheres were, due not only to the fact that the context is contemporary to mine but also because she has the sensibility to put into words, experiences and feelings I have had before.
They all feel very personal and sensory; the author is able to navigate through very different topics encompassing: joy, unrequited love, existence, social issues, attachment, time and love, each of them reflecting a lot of passion, the author’s sensibility is palpable in every text. She is able to turn everyday things into sweet and sour memories that keep us company and form part of our living experience while presenting her identity as another character in the texts.
So, if you are looking for a book to take you hand in hand through the ups and downs of life while reminiscing about your very own life story, this might be it.
I will definitely read it again.
Rosa Montecillo
Posted: May 23, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
Captivating and at times surreal.

“The late hour” is a collection of contemporary poetry, it is divided into four categories that define and give us a hint of the text’s character; it is very easy to read and it is written in a quite enjoyable pace and manner. I applaud the way the texts are organized, presented and complemented with photos, some of which make the experience even richer.

Since the very first text I was hooked, I could clearly see the spirit of each poem, every word and description made a very special atmosphere, at times sweet, at times violent, and sometimes even nostalgic. Each poem is surrounded by its own identity, a special aura that made me feel like I was entering into another world, forgetting everything else happening outside the book.

It was very refreshing to witness such bluntness and raw emotions gathered in few paragraphs and stanzas. I also appreciate how relatable the atmospheres were, due not only to the fact that the context is contemporary to mine but also because she has the sensibility to put into words, experiences and feelings I have had before.
They all feel very personal and sensory; the author is able to navigate through very different topics encompassing: joy, unrequited love, existence, social issues, attachment, time and love, each of them reflecting a lot of passion, the author’s sensibility is palpable in every text. She is able to turn everyday things into sweet and sour memories that keep us company and form part of our living experience while presenting her identity as another character in the texts.
So, if you are looking for a book to take you hand in hand through the ups and downs of life while reminiscing about your very own life story, this might be it.
I will definitely read it again.
Rosa Montecillo
Posted: May 23, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
Captivating and at times surreal.
“The late hour” is a collection of contemporary poetry, it is divided into four categories that define and give us a hint of the text’s character; it is very easy to read and it is written in a quite enjoyable pace and manner. I applaud the way the texts are organized, presented and complemented with photos, some of which make the experience even richer.
Since the very first text I was hooked, I could clearly see the spirit of each poem, every word and description made a very special atmosphere, at times sweet, at times violent, and sometimes even nostalgic. Each poem is surrounded by its own identity, a special aura that made me feel like I was entering into another world, forgetting everything else happening outside the book.
It was very refreshing to witness such bluntness and raw emotions gathered in few paragraphs and stanzas. I also appreciate how relatable the atmospheres were, due not only to the fact that the context is contemporary to mine but also because she has the sensibility to put into words, experiences and feelings I have had before.
They all feel very personal and sensory; the author is able to navigate through very different topics encompassing: joy, unrequited love, existence, social issues, attachment, time and love, each of them reflecting a lot of passion, the author’s sensibility is palpable in every text. She is able to turn everyday things into sweet and sour memories that keep us company and form part of our living experience while presenting her identity as another character in the texts.
So, if you are looking for a book to take you hand in hand through the ups and downs of life while reminiscing about your very own life story, this might be it.
I will definitely read it again.
Rosa Montecillo
Posted: May 23, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
Captivating and at times surreal.
“The late hour” is a collection of contemporary poetry, it is divided into four categories that define and give us a hint of the text’s character; it is very easy to read and it is written in a quite enjoyable pace and manner. I applaud the way the texts are organized, presented and complemented with photos, some of which make the experience even richer.
Since the very first text I was hooked, I could clearly see the spirit of each poem, every word and description made a very special atmosphere, at times sweet, at times violent, and sometimes even nostalgic. Each poem is surrounded by its own identity, a special aura that made me feel like I was entering into another world, forgetting everything else happening outside the book.
It was very refreshing to witness such bluntness and raw emotions gathered in few paragraphs and stanzas. I also appreciate how relatable the atmospheres were, due not only to the fact that the context is contemporary to mine but also because she has the sensibility to put into words, experiences and feelings I have had before.
They all feel very personal and sensory; the author is able to navigate through very different topics encompassing: joy, unrequited love, existence, social issues, attachment, time and love, each of them reflecting a lot of passion, the author’s sensibility is palpable in every text. She is able to turn everyday things into sweet and sour memories that keep us company and form part of our living experience while presenting her identity as another character in the texts.
So, if you are looking for a book to take you hand in hand through the ups and downs of life while reminiscing about your very own life story, this might be it.
I will definitely read it again.
Rosa Montecillo
Posted: May 23, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
Captivating and at times surreal.
“The late hour” is a collection of contemporary poetry, it is divided into four categories that define and give us a hint of the text’s character; it is very easy to read and it is written in a quite enjoyable pace and manner. I applaud the way the texts are organized, presented and complemented with photos, some of which make the experience even richer.
Since the very first text I was hooked, I could clearly see the spirit of each poem, every word and description made a very special atmosphere, at times sweet, at times violent, and sometimes even nostalgic. Each poem is surrounded by its own identity, a special aura that made me feel like I was entering into another world, forgetting everything else happening outside the book.
It was very refreshing to witness such bluntness and raw emotions gathered in few paragraphs and stanzas. I also appreciate how relatable the atmospheres were, due not only to the fact that the context is contemporary to mine but also because she has the sensibility to put into words, experiences and feelings I have had before.
They all feel very personal and sensory; the author is able to navigate through very different topics encompassing: joy, unrequited love, existence, social issues, attachment, time and love, each of them reflecting a lot of passion, the author’s sensibility is palpable in every text. She is able to turn everyday things into sweet and sour memories that keep us company and form part of our living experience while presenting her identity as another character in the texts.
So, if you are looking for a book to take you hand in hand through the ups and downs of life while reminiscing about your very own life story, this might be it.
I will definitely read it again.
Rosa Montecillo
Posted: May 23, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
Captivating and at times surreal.
“The late hour” is a collection of contemporary poetry, it is divided into four categories that define and give us a hint of the text’s character; it is very easy to read and it is written in a quite enjoyable pace and manner. I applaud the way the texts are organized, presented and complemented with photos, some of which make the experience even richer.
Since the very first text I was hooked, I could clearly see the spirit of each poem, every word and description made a very special atmosphere, at times sweet, at times violent, and sometimes even nostalgic. Each poem is surrounded by its own identity, a special aura that made me feel like I was entering into another world, forgetting everything else happening outside the book.
It was very refreshing to witness such bluntness and raw emotions gathered in few paragraphs and stanzas. I also appreciate how relatable the atmospheres were, due not only to the fact that the context is contemporary to mine but also because she has the sensibility to put into words, experiences and feelings I have had before.
They all feel very personal and sensory; the author is able to navigate through very different topics encompassing: joy, unrequited love, existence, social issues, attachment, time and love, each of them reflecting a lot of passion, the author’s sensibility is palpable in every text. She is able to turn everyday things into sweet and sour memories that keep us company and form part of our living experience while presenting her identity as another character in the texts.
So, if you are looking for a book to take you hand in hand through the ups and downs of life while reminiscing about your very own life story, this might be it.
I will definitely read it again.
Rosa Montecillo
Posted: May 23, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
Captivating and at times surreal.
“The late hour” is a collection of contemporary poetry, it is divided into four categories that define and give us a hint of the text’s character; it is very easy to read and it is written in a quite enjoyable pace and manner. I applaud the way the texts are organized, presented and complemented with photos, some of which make the experience even richer.
Since the very first text I was hooked, I could clearly see the spirit of each poem, every word and description made a very special atmosphere, at times sweet, at times violent, and sometimes even nostalgic. Each poem is surrounded by its own identity, a special aura that made me feel like I was entering into another world, forgetting everything else happening outside the book.
It was very refreshing to witness such bluntness and raw emotions gathered in few paragraphs and stanzas. I also appreciate how relatable the atmospheres were, due not only to the fact that the context is contemporary to mine but also because she has the sensibility to put into words, experiences and feelings I have had before.
They all feel very personal and sensory; the author is able to navigate through very different topics encompassing: joy, unrequited love, existence, social issues, attachment, time and love, each of them reflecting a lot of passion, the author’s sensibility is palpable in every text. She is able to turn everyday things into sweet and sour memories that keep us company and form part of our living experience while presenting her identity as another character in the texts.
So, if you are looking for a book to take you hand in hand through the ups and downs of life while reminiscing about your very own life story, this might be it.
I will definitely read it again.

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