Book Review. Rotten Days in Late Summer by Ralf Webb.

The first part of Rotten Days in Late Summer by Ralf Webb had poems with the most concrete imagery and were well crafted. The second part were poems about the narrator’s dad’s illness and were very good too. The third part had poems that I didn’t like and didn’t ‘get’. All in all, Rotten Days in Late Summer was an interesting read.

We believe that sustained individual happiness is a flouting of the natural order of things, of the teeth-gritting, the monotony, the ordinary hunger and long hours. Deviation will be met with punishment.

Rotten Days in Late Summer by Ralf Webb

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