Psychaotic: See The World in Red and Black by Irum Zahra

Published: November 18, 2014
Genre: Gothic Poetry
My Rating: 3/5

Psychaotic is not a happy song. It's a collection of poetry and passages that depict struggle of a human mind with it's veiled and untamed nature. It show how far we can go if we incline ourselves to that side and how much we are willing to give up.Psychaotic tells you the harsh realities of life rather than filling your head with fantasies and dreams that will never happen.In that reality check, this book will change how you think about certain things. It will tell you, that wrongs can be right and right can be wrongs as well as, bad can be good and good can turn out to be bad.
I am not a fan of poetry but this book managed to attract me into reading it. The words were beautifully strung together into a poetic lament. The poetry was both disturbing and beautiful. It was undoubtedly an emotional rendition of everything depressing. There was blood, a lot of blood. It wasn't nauseating though as it was nothing gory. It was almost beautiful to imagine the scenes in the book. Some of the poetry seems to show a glimpse of a fairy tale gone wrong. Sure does makes an interesting premise for a totally new and unrelated story.
I love the use of non-complex words because the author has the ability to concoct beautiful sounding sentences using only simple everyday words. It sure does made the reading very easy for a person like me who is not a huge fan of anything poetry.

Another thing that I love about this book is that it provided me with a lot of sentence to quote so I am so excited to create picture quotes out of it.

It was so much fun to read the poetry because I get to experience an instant rush  of feelings. It's like reading a novel just that it's shorter and you get to experience turmoils of feelings in short amount of time.  Definitely recommended to those who are looking for dark tales. 
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