I like this book quite a bit. I picked it up at the Decatur Book Festival emerging authors tent, and it is basically a chap book of poetry filled with several of the author's photographs. Both are well done. I read it twice over three weeks just so that I could feel I could do the poems justice and greatly absorb their meaning.
The primary theme of the poems is about life, love, existential existence and finding a sense of purpose in spite of ourselves. At least, that's what I got out of it. There are a great many balloons and other curious pictures that go well thematically with the rest of the chapbook. I had a positive feeling when I read it the first time, and a feeling of greater introspective focus when I read it the second, and I'm glad I read it the second time, because I got more out of it.
I would highly recommend this book. It seems like an excellent thing to leave on a coffee table for your guest to read to entertain themselves while you are otherwise occupied around the house. They are universal enough in their appeal that I think they could do well with most anyone.