Whiskey Words  a Shovel III
Bestselling poet r.h. Sin completes the trilogy withWhiskey Words & a Shovel III!His raw voice delivers gritty, impassioned truths on matters of loving, living, and leaving in this final book in the series.
r.h. Sin s final volume in the Whiskey, Words, and a Shovel series expands on the passion and vigor of his first two installments. His stanzas inspire strength through the raw, emotional energy and the vulnerability of his poems. Relationships, love, pain, and fortitude are powerfully rendered in his poetry, and his message of perseverance in the face of emotional turmoil cuts to the heart of modern-day life. At roughly 300 pages, this culminating volume will be his lengthiest yet.

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  • Marissa Mason
    Jun 20, 2017

    Marissa Mason

    Personal Response: I loved this book. I really enjoyed reading all of r.h. Sin’s books. All three of them were fantastic! This last one was very emotional; the ending was very upsetting after I found out it was the last one in the series. I also loved how the author wasn’t re...

  • Maha A
    Jun 10, 2017

    Maha A

    But I'm humanand I'm in lovetrying to figure where I fitbecause in that very momentthere was no room for me . . . ...

  • Christina
    Jun 5, 2017


    I know that being a poet in the modern world is never easy. Everyone judges you. Your husband, your wife, your lover, your friends, your neighbours. It’s not easy to pour your heart out on paper, on the internet or in a book. Poetry books are sacred to me, I get to carry them arou...

  • Nicole Lyons
    May 31, 2017

    Nicole Lyons

    I would rather go to any number of "Instagram Poets" profiles and find their undiluted words in all of their glorious entirety rather than spend any more money on RH Sin's unoriginal thoughts."Let it hurt.Let it bleed.Let it heal.And let it go." - Nikita Gill"Let it hurt then let it go...

  • Nina
    May 27, 2017


    Just no. ...

  • StephanieNicole
    Apr 26, 2017


    2.5 starsI very much enjoyed the poetry in Whiskey Words and a Shovel II but not (overall) in this third collection. I did not connect with the poems in III like I did with II. I even went back and read a few random poems from II (loved them) then read more poems from III (didn't love ...

  • Stephanie
    Apr 23, 2017


    Just wow. From a man of color to the world. I have to have the other two. This volume won't suffice. #incredibleEach poem is concise and to the point, the painful point. It gave me strength. It made me sob (good mourning & lost love in solitude). A powerful collection from a fresh ...

  • Dontana
    Apr 23, 2017


    I feel incredibly moved by this, and have found myself internalizing a lot of the sentiments. this collection definitely found me at the right time in my life. I must now find volumes 1 and 2. ...

  • Alexandra Costa
    Apr 21, 2017

    Alexandra Costa

    I have no idea who R.H. Sin is. I found this book at a store and figured I would give it a try.I found the majority of the poems to be very repetitive, using the same words, themes, and symbolism.In the entire book, I found a handful of poems that I found relatable and unique. Most wer...

  • jackie
    Apr 21, 2017


    i honestly can't even begin to describe how much i loved this one. there are so many layers to it, & i was in so deep there were times i had to physically tear myself away from the pages because i was at work or something. it is by far my favorite out of the series. ...