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Unscrambled Eggs by Nadia Janice Brown
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Nov 06, 2008

it was ok

While books of poetry are not on my favorite genres to read, this wasn't half bad. If you're a poetry fan, you'll enjoy it.

A unique collection of intimate prose that shares the depth and soul of the author. Unscrambled Eggs has so many wonderfully written works of art that I hate to call it simple poetry. Thought provoking and intense the author seems to easily bring thoughts and issues to the front of your mind as you realize the truth behind so much of her writing. One of my favorites is the actual title piece, Unscrambled Eggs, where the author comments that she can no more change the past then she can unscramble eggs. Putting an exclamation point at the end of your thoughts in a sort of “how true that is!” comment as you read each piece.
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Nadia Thank you for your review. I'm glad that you like my book of poems considering poetry is not your favorite genre.

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