Alexsander Sidirov explores quintessential themes of existential poetry. Man’s search for meaning, the brutal climb of personal growth, loneliness, self-acceptance, and identity in ways that are entirely novel and difficult to compare to other modern poets.
This collection is a chronicling of one individuals odyssey from youth to adulthood and the myriad of emotions in between. Written over the span of four years the voice, style, and imagery changes as much as one would expect from someone discovering themselves in their early twenties.
Sidirov composes a collection that looks within itself asks incredibly consuming questions and then turns it outwards towards the reader to do the same.
If you are looking for a book you’ve never read that embodies the concept of true autonomy look no further. It is evident this book is meant to be transformational and in some way it seems difficult to comprehend anyone reading it and not leaving it somewhat changed.