Review: Unscrambled Eggs by Nadia Brown


Brown provides a riveting collection of poetry that provides us to the a glimpse into our own dreams, fears, and lives. As artists, writers, and ordinary people we find ourselves in such a dream that we forget about our purpose, our lives, and more importantly sometimes the basics of who we are. Brown provides a glimpse into her own life as well as what we see in our own. Her poetry speaks to people such as myself and I have no doubt that it will speak to you as a reader as well. Written over the course of five years, we see the ups and downs. We all go through this, but to be able to express it in poetry is magical. If you are looking for some great poetry that gets down to the nitty gritty of our lives and thoughts, look no further. If you are looking to be enlightened and find your purpose again, then you must read this poetry book.
Unscrambled Eggs
Nadia Brown
Format: Trade Paperback
Genre: Poetry
Page Count: 70
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Publisher: Publish America

About the Book:
Profound and riveting, this is a 60 poem book collection with poetry that enlightens, speaks the way of life and the world. The poems from Unscrambled Eggs has a universal appeal, and is true to life in form. Unscrambled Eggs was written over a five year period and is an honest and thought-provoking book that deals with everyday life issues. It is a stirring compilation of poems about living your dream and finding one’s purpose.


Denise Alicea
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