Orange Hues and Midnight Blues by Urvisha Vinit

Disclaimer: I received this ebook from the author. Thanks! All opinions are my own.

Book: Orange Hues and Midnight Blues

Author: Urvisha Vinit

Book Series: Standalone

Rating: 3/5

Recommended For…: poetry fans

Publication Date: May 23, 2020

Genre: Poetry

Recommended Age: 16+ (some depressing feelings)

Publisher: Indie Published

Synopsis: Orange Hues and Midnight Blues is a debut collection of poetry. It tries to draw the emotions of those happy orange hues of hope, dreams, love, and peace. The one you would feel looking at a lovely sun kissed sky and wonder about the beauty of life.

And as you stare at it, the sun vanishes and the blues take over, taking you to the times when the heart fills up with a feeling of self-doubt, soul feels lost and the fear of what tomorrow holds creeps in. The midnight blues get darker with thoughts about the past and dreams that couldn’t be.

But amidst these hues and blues, there is an essence of life, the feeling of being and rejoicing in every moment.

Review: For the most part I really liked the flow the book and the book did well to uplift my mood. The poems possess an almost calming nature and do well to lull you into a secret strength to keep on going.

My only downside was that while I did like how many poems there were in the novel, it was a bit too long for my liking.

Verdict: Recommend if you like poetry!