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Sea of Strangers

Sea of Strangersby Lang Leav picks up from her previous international bestselling books includingLove & Misadventure, Lullabies,and TheUniverse of Us,and sets sail for a grand new adventure.This completely original collection of poetry and prose will not only delight her avid fans but is sure to capture the imagination of a whole new audience. With the turn of every page,Sea of Strangersinvites you to go beyond love and loss to explore themes of self-discovery and empowerment as you navigate your way around the human heart....

Title : Sea of Strangers
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ISBN : 9781449489892
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 224 pages
Status : Available For Download
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Sea of Strangers Reviews

  • destiny ♎ [howling libraries]

    I have always loved Lang's poetry, ever since I can remember knowing it existed. I used to read her work over and over as a teen, getting lost in how emotive and haunting it was. When I saw that she was releasing a new collection, I couldn't wait to read it, and was so grateful to get my hands on it. She's been sitting on some of this work for a decade, but man, was it worth the wait.

    Greet the world with no expectation.

    Love as though you have never been hurt or betrayed.

    Let go of the ones who

  • Alex ☣ Deranged KittyCat ☣

    Sea of Strangers is currently not working for me. Maybe I'm not sad enough, or maybe I'm too sad for all the wrong reasons. I cannot take the lose I feel from Leav's poetry right now.

    This isn't going to my did not finish shelf. I'll put it on hold until I'll get into the right mood for poetry.

  • Reem Ghabbany

    "Greet the world with no expectation.

    Love as though you have never been hurt or betrayed.

    let go of the ones who take so much from you

    yet offer nothing in return.

    This is how you take back your power"

    "Today I feel small-looked down on and disregarded. My thoughts are of little importance. My words have no bearing on the wight of the world. I am tired of being taken for granted. if only I could get back a fraction of what I give. but my efforts go unnoticed. and my soul keeps wishing to be noticed

  • AryaTheFangirl

    I've been reading through this for about 2 weeks and just now finishing it. This is my second book read by this author and she's just not for me

  • Simant ♥ Flipping Through the Pages

    Actual rating: 3.5 stars


    This was my first ever read by Lang Leav. I had heard great things about her poetry and always wanted to read her work. I would say I wasn't disappointed at all. Her poems were really beautiful. This book is actually mix of prose and poetry. Her writing style will keep you engaged. This was really fast-paced, even the proses didn’t take much time to read. She switches flawlessly between the two mediums.

    There were many poems that I

    My Life

    I will celebrate this life of mine, with or without you, The

    moon does not need the sun to tell her she is already whole.

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  • ~ Althea ~  ☾


    “if i have learned anything this year, its that I won’t ever be ready for what life throws at me."

    the poems are pretty much bittersweet with a touch of nostalgia. and if not that, something that you can relate to on a level so deep the mariana trench got jealous.

    officially my favortie lang leav poem book even though most of the poems are still about love as per usual. thank you and goodbye.

  • Shaelin Bishop


    Sadly this was much too vague and melodramatic for my taste. It felt very insubstantial, each poem or piece was just a very obvious truism. The poems had a pretty juvenile structure, and the prose pieces seemed like something that could have impact within a larger fiction or CNF piece, but on their own just feel like melodramatic diary snippets. There was almost never any specificity to image or situation, just descriptions of feelings that felt so vague they were too broad to say something m

  • Abbie

    I have never been a fan of Lang Leav's writing but it has become a tradition for me to read and review her work. To be honest, I find her poems flat and monotonous. I don't feel anything when I read her collection. My friends rave about how insightful and emotionally raw her poems are but to me it just reeks of mediocrity.

    Her poems are supposed to be about love and heartbreak. This particular collection has upgraded to empowerment after a difficult breakup. But as I read through the short entrie