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Actually closer to 2.5 range, but not quite a 3....full review can be found here: http://theunleashedreviewboard.wordpress.com/2013/08/14/trb-speaks-on-acrosstica...

The main things that drew me to read Acrosstica was the title and the theme. I like to hear about one’s thoughts on faith, religion, and self discovery, particularly if there are lessons in those thoughts and if the overall ambiance is uplifting. I didn’t even equate Acrosstica with acrostic poetry until I started reading.

Although I applaud the intent, I was seeking more concreteness in the structure and the content. Yes, acrostic poems are easy in construct but the key is whether it can be executed effectively. A strong acrostic poem has all the lines able to relate to each other, and all those lines revert back to the original theme.

Acrosstica reminds me of a very small snack, possessing tasty elements but not enough to consider one full. ( )
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