The story of one young man crossing the burning bridge between innocence and experience, Spring's Fall is a narrative dramatic poem comprised of several stand-alone poems about fitting in and falling out, finding oneself and losing oneself, and discovering the meanings of life, love, and identity. An unusual but familiar coming-of-age narrative, Spring's Fall is a poem written in an unfashionable style that represents both the uniqueness and awkwardness felt by many adolescents trying to find their place in a world seemingly made for everyone else but them.
-Synopsis taken from goodreads.
This book is supposed to follow a storyline about someone growing up or thats what I gleamed from the synopsis.
Though out this book I catch fleeting glances of a storyline but I didn't grasp it. So it was very fortunate that the epilogues basically explains everything I read. Im torn between thinking that this is a good thing and a bad thing. On one hand Im glad that I know exactly what the storyline was and what happen but I felt like I should have been able to grasp this without needing the Epilogue.
There are a few turn of phrases that I connected with and enjoyed. (Ill Link my good reads so you can read my updates)
In the end I gave the book one star, as I did like the author's style of writing. I am hoping to pick up another of his works and read it soon.