ARC Review — Urban Disorders

  • Title: Urban Disorders
  • Author: Natasha N. Deonarain
  • Genre: Poetry
  • Pages: 36 pages
  • Publication date: September 23, 2022

Thank you, Natasha N. Deonarain, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review!

Urban Disorders is a quick read full of poems that fit together but don’t follow a particular concrete theme. They explore many parts of life, including love and the post-pandemic world. All of them blend detailed visuals together well, making the poems feel alive and full of life.

Some take on a more creative structure than others, which are fun to follow. My favorites out of the batch are “Days Like,” “The plot continues without them,” and “Truth is a dragonfly.”

My main critique would be that the collection felt short compared to most poetry collections I’ve read. I did wish it was longer to feel more rounded out.

Overall, I enjoyed this short poetry collection, and I think you will too!

Score: 8.6/10
Average rating on Goodreads: N/A — not on Goodreads yet

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