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Publisher's Summary

The Remaining Trouble and Other Battles is a compilation of coming-of-age poems focused on conflicts within relationships, within the environment, with other people, and especially with the self. It arrives heartbroken and unsettled followed by a journey through introspection and wonder. It seeks to understand the conflicted self and relationships after things fall apart.
©2016 Treavor Wagoner (P)2016 Treavor Wagoner
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By Amazon Customer on 03-17-17

Bold, Vulnerable, Introspective Journey

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

The poems in this book are thoughtful, emotional, and insightful. The author's introspection provides an eye-opening analysis of feelings many experience in life, in all types of relationships. I appreciated the vulnerability.

What about Treavor Wagoner and Stacy Thomas ’s performance did you like?

I loved that while the subjects presented in the book were vulnerable, the performances were bold and fearless. You feel the emotions of the words and appreciate the hope in the tone.

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By Gregory V. Diehl on 02-07-17

An interesting blend

I'm not usually and avid fan of poetry, but I found the experience of listening to Treavor read his own words insightful and soothing. It's easy to tell that he is determined and invested in this production, so I'm glad he was able to record it himself and capture it with his own authentic intention. At times, the words seem slightly dour and downtrodden, but they always seem to carry a more uplifting meaning behind them. It's a short listen, but a valuable experience that I am glad I had the opportunity to have.

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