Acclaimed musician and painter Stephen Tunney is also the author of Flan—a surprise hit that drew positive comparisons to William S. Burroughs’ Naked Lunch and Miguel de Cervantes’ Don Quixote. Sixteen-year-old Hieronymus Rexaphin has an amazing talent—he has the ability to see the fourth primary color, and therefore the unique future paths of time and matter. Because his eye color is illegal, he is forced to wear special goggles. But everything changes for him when he exposes his eyes to a young Earth girl.
I enjoyed the book but I was left with a feeling that it was unfinished in the end.
this was one of my favorite books the moment i read the first page. from the very begining you are swept up in a dystopic world with beautiful characters you fall in love with. its even better listening to it, it solidifies them their world their lives, it makes them as real as the fourth primary color. this is a brilliant piece of fiction i think everyone should have in their collection, and i hope that tunney will write a sequel to fill us all in on how life on the moon has changed in the last five years and how all the beloved characters hes created have grown.