Book Review: Call Me Spes


Call Me Spes is a collection of poetry by Sara Cahill Marron. I cannot even begin to explain my astonishment upon reading such highly creative and uniquely written poems that depict human and technology relations. Reading this collection of poetry felt like trying to crack the code of life in today’s cyber era. To manifest a device’s function as if it’s alive like the human attached to it, constantly uncovering human impulses is definitely nothing I have imagined in poetry.

This book is so unique, yet it invokes familiar feelings; the flow, figure of speech, and structure are unparalleled, but there’s a nostalgic vibe to it that gives the book both a modern and classic feel. I am definitely giving this book 5 out of 5 stars for sharing a myriad of stories and emotions in an unconventional method. I recommend this book to readers who want to experience a very different and possibly…yet to be defined type of poetry.


Published by Shey Saints

Shey Saints is the author of "The Silver-Haired Banshee" and is currently working on her next book. She has a degree in Bachelor of Science in Accountancy and has worked for Coca Cola Bottlers, Goldprint Publishing House, AXA Financial, and Sutherland Global Services, where she spent most of her working years. Her advocacy for this BPO company lasted 11 years by providing business intelligence and managing customer experience. Her professional experiences on different work industries have gained her a lot of expertise, including the core skills of creative writing. She has written and published poems, short stories, book reviews, TV reviews, movie reviews, essays, and various articles. She is a blogger, content writer, book reviewer, editor, and fiction writer. As a single mom, she enjoys quality time with her three adorably wonderful kids. In her spare time, she loves to read, listen to music, and watch Netflix.

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