About the Book
From Hell and Back is a journey of life's tragedies and triumphs, conveyed through a variety of poetry filled with heart-wrenched cries of life's pain and blissful moments of peace, to triumphant moments that come from the grace of God. Jane Nazrat exposes her real-life pains, shares her growth in her journey with God, and gives hope and advice through her poetry and prayers, to know that there is always a better tomorrow.
Mini Biography of Jane Nazrat:
Jane Nazrat was born in Detroit, and then moved to Silver Spring, Maryland around the age of six, at Twenty-nine she moved to South Florida where she spent 13 years between Miami, Boca Raton, and Fort Lauderdale, and then she stayed a stint in Los Angeles and now resides in the San Francisco, South Bay area with her Husband and daughter.
Customer's Book Reviews:
An excellent book, it changed the way I thought about poetry!
David B, not a poetry reader, but I enjoyed, 07/31/2008
I was moved, I had so many emotions sad, happy, laughter, and the love emotions, which sent chills through my body.
A GREAT BOOK
Donna B., A reviewer, 02/02/2008
I highly recommend this book. It really portrays the emotions that a lot of us have felt at times in our lives & how spirituality can help you overcome your troubled past. The humor in the book is very funny also.
Sandee Sgarlata, A reviewer, 09/28/2007
A great read from start to finish. Her poetry moves you from tears to laughter. It is insightful, thought provoking and spiritual. With every read, you take away something new and profound. It is outstanding!
“From Hell and Back” is an awesome read from start to finish!!!!!!!
TW, booklover, 08/15/2007
I love the new book, “From Hell and Back” it is such an excellent read. This book stands out and beside itself, when compared to other books of poetry which are all lovey –dovey or all angry or all sad, and they leave the reader thinking, has this poet/author ever experienced life? Jane Nazrat’s book holds your attention the entire time because it has a variety of poetry, from love/romance to love/heartache to life’s pains and joys to silly fun poems, political poems, prayers, haikus and so much more. (Additionally, I must say that in general I hate haikus, most poets concentrate on the structure rather than the content, but not Jane Nazrat her haikus are fabulous and thought provoking.) Jane Nazrat’s observations and insight into the human mind and emotion is undeniable, you feel as though she’s been in your shoes and vice versa. Her poetry is clear and comprehensive and does not alienate even the most novice of poetry readers/lovers. I would recommend “From Hell and Back” to people of all ages.
The Physical Object
Number of pages
|8.5 x 5.5 x 0.3 inches|