Book Review: Said The Shotgun To The Head by Saul Williams

6549Intrinsic, Weird, Unique. Said the shotgun to the head implies a new style of writing a poetry that talks about the alternative mirror of reality. With every line, with every word – there is hidden message from the author. Saul Williams offered us a poem that few people would understand and regardless of the profound idiosyncrasies that I both found and felt by reading the book, Williams did a good job on his word play with the astonishing and uniquely written poetry with diverting styles of approach.

Personally, I would love to rate this 5 stars. However, I couldn’t. If the poetries were stable and has an impact throughout the end, I would. But it stings like going up and down. Like, life you never thought what was ahead of you.



4388Saul Stacey Williams is an American poet, writer, actor and musician known for his blend of poetry and hip-hop and for his leading role in the 1998 independent film Slam.


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