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Reviewed by Chris Fischer for Readers' Favorite
Ahh, poetry. A unique and special genre that at times can lift the reader's soul to the greatest heights, and at others drop it to the very lowest point. So beautiful, so ethereal can the work often be that it's difficult to judge this genre completely. I found that to be true while reading the new work by poet Angelos Michalopoulos, Invitation to the Revolution of a Soul. Beautiful and mysterious in many parts, the poet's work also conveys a strong sense of Mr. Michalopoulos' own life and experiences, be they difficult or wonderful. Works of poetry often take the reader down a winding path of discovery, both of the poet and of oneself, and this work certainly is no exception.
I enjoyed Invitation to the Revolution of a Soul. The majority of the work was lovely and definitely provides the reader with a great deal to think about. The volume as a whole was very readable. Any reader who enjoys poetry, either extensively or just once in a while, should definitely give this book a chance. I am pleased to recommend Invitation to the Revolution of a Soul, and certainly hope that poet Angelos Michalopoulos will continue to express himself using the poetic form, and will share that work with readers. The effort would be a very worthwhile one, and I, for one, would certainly enjoy another read such as this.