Train to the Edge of the Moon by Asper Blurry

**I received a copy of the book in exchange for a review**


This is a different book. It’s creative and edgy. The contemporary storyline proves the author is not afraid to take a risk in writing. I’m glad I read this book because the characters are loveable and feel like real people. I will warn the reader that at times it gets dark and may not make the reader comfortable, but stick with it. It is worth it.


Punk is no ordinary girl who takes the life as it is. She has a nasty habit of getting in troubles, she shows the middle finger to people’s prejudice and stupidity, fights against her broken identity and the corporation where she works. She always goes against the stream with her heavy, tight shoes, but still tries to be a better person. Punk’s adventurous journey to become a poet starts in a Place Without a Name, continues in Italy and London. Her train is full of laughs, reflections, modern tales about our young lives and relationships and occasional heartbreaks. You will probably love and hate Punk at the same time, but it will be difficult to forget about her wild side of the moon.




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