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*** How far can we go to escape ourselves before it's too late to turn back? ***
Hazel lands in America with nothing but a backpack, a craving for adventure, and a past she would rather forget. She is eager to live life as she always imagined it – free, wild, unpredictable.
When brilliant but aloof singer-songwriter Liam invites her to join his band as they tour all over the States, she doesn’t have to think twice. Suddenly she’s travelling, performing, and falling hard for this talented, complicated boy. But life on the road is not always the romantic dream it first appears to be, and soon Hazel finds herself caught up in drugs and toxic dynamics that remind her too much of the past she’s been trying to leave behind. When things begin to spiral out of control, Hazel realises that no matter how hard she tries, she can’t outrun herself.
THE COLOURS WE SEE is an under-the-skin love story brimming with wild nights and broken hearts along the winding and bewildering journey into ourselves.
What others are saying:
“Winter’s debut novel is a beautiful modern tragic love story.”
“An intense story that is hauntingly relevant, and will undoubtedly resonate with many of its readers.”
“A strong emotional rollercoaster that will touch every part of you.”
“The characters are injected with a raw honesty that is every bit as believable as the troubled lives that engulf them.”
“The unfolding stories of the characters and setting induce vivid imagery that have you nervously seated in the booth of the band’s tour bus.”
“The emotions here are raw and the discussions about mental health are just so important.”
“It grabs you immediately and sweeps you up in the highs and lows of [Hazel’s] journey of love, friendship, heartbreak and self discovery.”
“A story to contemplate the meaning of hurt, life, and pain.”
Trigger warnings: Contains mentions of suicide, substance abuse, toxic parents, death.