The di+ is a brand new book to me (thanks for sharing, Lisa). The book is a collection of stories, poems, music, and even an interview with the author (he was kind enough to read the book) that I found very inspiring.
I was intrigued after reading the book, especially after the last line: “I wanted to cry. I wanted to be a woman. I wanted to be the woman who doesn’t exist.” It’s one of those things that takes me to a place that I wouldn’t have thought I would be able to. I think there is something that makes the book so powerful, in it’s simplicity, its honesty and how it really touches the reader.
The book is called “di+” and it is the first book of the trilogy that I read, and I was so moved that I wanted to cry. I was talking with the author while he was reading it and he talked about the very thing that I was telling him about himself, how he had to stop his mother from killing himself because it was too painful. I think it is a very human feeling that you wish you could feel.
The book is, in my opinion, the first literary work to really do the reader in. It is very honest, straightforward, and about the only book that genuinely takes a stance and says the opposite of everything you’ve been told about it. It is one of those books that you can read all the way through and still feel the truth in the most disturbing parts.
di+ is the first book I’ve read that takes a very strong stance on the subject of suicide and then goes so far as to explain it to the reader. I think it is probably the first book to really take a stance against suicide and then go the other way, and end up telling you how to get through the process. Even though the book is very readable, it is very emotionally moving as well. I think it is the first book that really does this.
It is also very short, and I didn’t want to bore anyone with any of that. It is also very entertaining.
Di+ is a book that is very close to the heart and very easily readable. It makes you think, but it also makes you want to read a few more pages. Its also very short, and I did not want to bore anyone with any of that.
Di is a very short book, but there are some very good quotes throughout the book. There are some beautiful passages, and they are very heart-warming.
Di is also very close to the heart for all of the reasons described above. I think any book, written by an author who knows deep down that they will never be able to get published, would be better, but it doesn’t matter, because Di is a book that truly does this.
It makes you wonder if there are any other authors out there like Di, or if everyone is writing the same book. It’s a shame that we have to wait so long to get more information about books like Di.