Book review by Kathy Leonardo
Rage Against the War Machine assaults the dominant paradigm. Taking refuge in honest, yet abrasive verbiage, it withdraws from normalcy, reveling in an outsider’s view of what is expected from today’s society.
Ava Bird’s consistent choice of words embodies the power of the feminine. She stands up for the rights of the underdog while mocking the staunch system created by “the Man.”
Rage Against the War Machine reveals the dark side of capitalist patriarchal America, while still upholding the faith of what could be. Though the language is strong, this book protests with a brave and potent voice against the plight of the innocent. It compels change for the better!
This politically charged book of prose and poetry brings the reader to a new realm. It asks the questions that most cannot bear to acknowledge.
Rage Against the War Machinecelebrates the power of poetry. Take a journey with Ava Bird, as she embraces the honest pangs of injustice and guards against the intolerance of the world.