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The Poet X A Young Girl In Harlem Discovers Slam Poetry As A Way To Understand Her Mother S Religion And Her Own Relationship To The World Debut Novel Of Renowned Slam Poet Elizabeth Acevedo.Xiomara Batista Feels Unheard And Unable To Hide In Her Harlem Neighborhood Ever Since Her Body Grew Into Curves, She Has Learned To Let Her Fists And Her Fierceness Do The Talking.But Xiomara Has Plenty She Wants To Say, And She Pours All Her Frustration And Passion Onto The Pages Of A Leather Notebook, Reciting The Words To Herself Like Prayers Especially After She Catches Feelings For A Boy In Her Bio Class Named Aman, Who Her Family Can Never Know About With Mami S Determination To Force Her Daughter To Obey The Laws Of The Church, Xiomara Understands That Her Thoughts Are Best Kept To Herself.So When She Is Invited To Join Her School S Slam Poetry Club, She Doesn T Know How She Could Ever Attend Without Her Mami Finding Out, Much Less Speak Her Words Out Loud But Still, She Can T Stop Thinking About Performing Her Poems.Because In The Face Of A World That May Not Want To Hear Her, Xiomara Refuses To Be Silent.

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  1. says:

    Burn it Burn it This is where the poems are, I say, thumping a fist against my chest Will you burn me Will you burn me, tooI ve always been fond of stories told through verse, and I love Elizabeth s poetry, so when I learned that she was writing her first YA novel, I knew I had to get my hands on it I never once doubted that I would love it, but I didn t know it could mea...


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    ThePoetX was so beautiful that I didn t want to highlight it or dog ear pages, so I just took pictures basically every pageThis was the type of book where I ll just do 50 pages turned into finishing it in 2 readsI felt very emotional reading this book, not just because the story and the words themselves were so beautiful, but because I knew it was going to make so many teens who felt like no one cares about them or listens to them feel seen I also knew that if I had had books like thi...


  3. says:

    A story that will slam the power of poetry and love back into your heart Highly recommended


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    Before the review, I just want to let you know that there s an international giveaway for a copy of this book on the Blog Tour if anyone s interested Actual rating 4.5 5 En voz alta, Xiomara Stars The Poet X is a book you ll easily fall in love with from the first page until the end It s profoundly meaningful and extremely poignant in the era of OwnVoice and Diverse There s not a thing I don t like about this book, but if I had to choose one particular element I love the most, ...


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    Actual rating 4.5 5 stars.The Poet X follows teen, Xiomara Batista, as she uses her own poetry, and enters into the world of slam poetry, in an attempt to understand her divorced feelings from her religion, her tumultuous relationship with her family, and her own identity and place in this world.My first book written in verse has proven to me that it can compete with wordier or lengthier pieces of prose for emotional impact and how deeply it could resonate with me I found line after line that I Actual rating 4.5 5 stars.The Poet X follows teen, Xiomara Batista, as she uses her own poetry, and enters into the world of slam poetry, in an attempt to understand her divorced feelings from her religion, her tumultuous relationship with her family, and her own identity and place in this world.My first book written in verse has proven to me that it can compete with wordier or lengthier pieces of prose for emotional impact and how deeply it could resonate with me I found line after line that I wanted to jot down and remember for ever, I found whole sections that felt like they were penned by my own soul, and found I read much of this through tear filled eyes, at the raw emotion that each and every poem portrayed I have always been certain of my love for classic poetry, but this has confirmed that my feelings for modern poetry are exactly the same.My only source of contention was that this did...


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    A lantern glowing in the dark A caged bird discovers her wings 5 5There are no cons to this story, and even if I searched and came up with one, it would be out of pettiness However,There are many pros to reading this story, which follow We see the voice of a young Afro Latina Dominicana searching for and speaking her truth She strives through the messiness of living with a domineering mother and an absent father, one like mine There but not there We see how one kiss from a boy can slu A lantern glowing in the dark A caged bird discovers her wings 5 5There are no cons to this story, and even if I searched and came up with one, it would be out of pettiness However,There are many pros to reading this story, which follow We see the voice of a young Afro Latina Dominicana searching for and speaking her truth She strives through the messiness of living with a domineering mother and an absent father, one like mine There but not there We see how one kiss from a boy can slut shame her with the same girth of sleeping with a married man We see our she gains her voice via poetry and spoken word WE SEE HER The narrative s presented in free verse a concept I ve gained appreciation for since reading it in Jacqueline Woodson s Brown Girl Dreaming Her words dot each page crisp, free, and strong Outside of characterization, her words refuse muddling Cultural complexities examine themselves Xiomara s mother is tied, like a groupie, to her religion and she lives in a black and white m...


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    Xiomara may be remembered as a lot of things a student, a miracle, a protective sister, a misunderstood daughter, but most importantly, she should be remembered as always working to become the warrior she wanted to beTell me you did not get chills I feel like it s really hard to review novels told in verse, because I always seem to become incredibly invested in the ...


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    Find this and other Reviews at In Tori LexI absolutely loved this book Xiomara See O Mara describes growing up in a body that has developed without her permission, in a strict religious household Like many young girls Xiomara is given unwanted attention by leering men wherever she goes Her mother wants her to act and believe in what she did when she was young Xiomara uses her writing and creativity to figure out what she wants and how to express it Xiomara questions what she has been t Find this and other Reviews at In Tori LexI absolutely loved this book Xiomara See O Mara describes growing up in a body that has developed without her permission, in a strict religious household Like many young girls Xiomara is given unwanted attention by leering men wherever she goes Her mother wants her to act and believe in what she did when she was young Xiomara uses her writing and creativity to figure out what she wants and how to express it Xiomara questions what she has been taught in church and what she should be expected to be for everyone else The author found a way to describe her curiosities in a relateable way Maybe, the only thing that has to make sense about being somebody s friends is that you help them be their best selves on any given day That you give them a home when they don t want to be in their own This is a novel written in verse, but it was not too rhyme y ...


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    4.5 stars The Poet X was a surprise.I m not usually a poetry reader, and I wasn t sure a story told entirely through poems could work, but here it did Not every poem was memorable in its own right, but as a whole, this book certainly was.This book follows Xiomara Batista, a Dominican American girl who is finding herself through poetry in a difficult moment of her life Her mother is religious and strict, but Xiomara is doubting her faith, her place in the world, and definitely isn t ready for c 4.5 stars The Poet X was a surprise.I m not usually a poetry reader, and I wasn t sure a story told entirely through poems could work, but here it did Not every poem was memorable in its own right, but as a whole, this book certainly was.This book follows Xiomara Batista, a Dominican American girl who is finding herself through poetry in a difficult moment of her life Her mother is religious and strict, but Xiomara is doubting her faith, her place in the world, and definitely isn t ready for confirmation She wants to date, she doesn t want to be treated unfairly by her family just because she is a girl, she doesn t wan...


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    Happy Book Birthday this wonderful book Review You can also read it on my blog Received this arc from Edelweiss in exchanged for an honest review.5 Stars My first official review book of 2018 and doesn t disappoint at all The Poet X is about a 15 year girl Xiomara, a young poet growing up in Harlem, dealing with so many different things in her young life From a very religious mother who would probably send her to convent before giving her permission to go to a party , the growing pains of Happy Book Birthday this wonderful book Review You can also read it on my blog Received this arc from Edelweiss in exchanged for an honest review.5 Stars My first official review book of 2018 and doesn t disappoint at all The Poet X is about a 15 year girl Xiomara, a young poet growing up in Harlem, dealing with so many different things in her young life From a very religious mother who would probably send her to convent before giving her permission to go to a party , the growing pains of being a Afro Latina girl who is getting curves which guys can t stop looking which she have to use her fist instead of her words, being a twin who feels like she s invisible and the only way she can be heard is though her poetry she writes in her notebook, to falling in lo...

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