Bury Me in Her Eyes

Bury Me in Her Eyes A world record A challenge like no other The first multilingual literary work ever created Twenty eight distinct languages join forces for the first time in one single publication under the guidance o

  • Title: Bury Me in Her Eyes
  • Author: Non Nomen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A world record A challenge like no other The first multilingual literary work ever created Twenty eight distinct languages join forces for the first time in one single publication under the guidance of the anonymous author of The Unwords, as they take you on an unforgettable journey through the interwoven continuum of space and time Two lovers, separated by the longeA world record A challenge like no other The first multilingual literary work ever created Twenty eight distinct languages join forces for the first time in one single publication under the guidance of the anonymous author of The Unwords, as they take you on an unforgettable journey through the interwoven continuum of space and time Two lovers, separated by the longest possible distance A story of sacrifice and unyielding persistence waiting for someone to unlock its secrets Written in poetic verse and expanding into full page, full color illustrations, the book s multilingual structure is a truly unique experience that will be hard to replicate Each language has its own unique voice its own exclusive role in the progression of the story, with absolutely no repetition of content from one language to the other Also included in this edition is Laid to Rest the remarkable true story behind the book s creation and an honest look into the life and struggles of the anonymous author as he tries to blur the line that separates a work of literature from a work of art.

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    1. Non Nomen is unique in his work, not only according to the two published books, but also by taking in regard his blog and overview of society. Bury Me in Her Eyes is somewhat different from The Unwords, a kind of a stray from the primary path. Nevertheless, we have been given an exceptional masterpiece of modern literature which is impossible to compare with any other novel or a poem. Bury Me in Her Eye is made of two sequences. The first one reflects author’s inner chaos and battle in which h [...]

    2. 'For you I accelerate!'Non Nomen is Latin for "no name." Not much is known about the author other than his professional work as an artist and writer. He uses a very distinctive method of writing that has become known as Graphic-verse. Some readers may argue that a moniker such as this is a wall behind which to hide. In Non Nomen's case it seems appropriate in that he is walking a line between poetry and visual are and entering a region not explored - a book that is in twenty-eight languages, a c [...]

    3. Having previously read 'The Unwords: Exposing the Dishonest Language of a Culture in Decline' by the anonymous author, I had high expectations for Bury Me in Her Eyes. The author delivered, producing a timeless work of art that transcends genre or definition.The book starts with 'Laid to Rest', a brutally honest depiction of the physical, mental and existential conflicts an artist faces in the struggle to create something new. Laid to Rest also lays down the foundation for the book's purpose, a [...]

    4. This book was recommended to me by a friend, and I must say, it was a very intriguing experience. The challenge it poses with its unusual language structure is completely worth it in the end, because the book itself gives you its secrets in return. The more you invest yourself into reading its words and decoding its language riddles, the more you are given in return. It is as much a book about love and the spark of life we carry as it is a book about the trials and tribulations of an emotion so [...]

    5. Unlike so many pseudo-inspirational books out there, this work of pure inspiration and daring originality will make you reach out your hand at the night sky, thinking that you can touch the stars with your bare hands. What's truly remarkable is that it achieves a true connection with its reader, even though almost half of its content is in languages you probably won't understand, and it succeeds where so many other books have already failed you, even though you could read every single word of th [...]

    6. This book is amazing. It is going to take a long time to completely read and understand as it makes you go out and seek people that speak any of the languages featured. It has been easy to understand some parts since my native language is Spanish and I understand French, Portuguese and Italian and I love those bits I've read if you take them on their own, but they don't have context since I can't understand the rest. This is going to be a great challenge.

    7. "Bury Me in Her Eyes" is not just outside the box. It's outside the universe of the galaxy of the planet the box was placed on. Never seen anything like this.

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