While it doesn't cover as much phrases as DateTime::Format::Natural, at least it's simpler to translate (and the dist already includes a couple of translations). BTW, I think like in the POD of DateTime::Format::Natural, it needs to list which phrases it supports. And probably add more :-)
A previous review mentions this module missing a parse_datetime method, but the current version has the method.
In fact, this module now implements the DateTime::Format API better than DateTime::Format::Natural! (in the sense that parse_datetime croaks like you would expect, instead of returning a bogus datetime object)
I'm docking one star for speed, though. DateTime::Format::Natural is about 5x faster (which doesn't matter for me, but could for someone with a lot of dates to parse)
One of the greatest sins of these module IMHO is to not comply to the API convention of DateTime parsers which at least should implement the "parse_datetime" method. (The author makes this functionality available through a "build" class method, according to the synopsis.) Most of DateTime::Format:: modules implement this, which is good for interoperation with code which expects any well-behaved DateTime::Format. Of course, this is a small sin which can be easily remedied by the author.