Blue Sun, Yellow Sky Novel
The official BLUE SUN, YELLOW SKY book trailer is here!
Here’s what others had to say about Blue Sun, Yellow Sky:
“A touching exploration of identity and reinvention painted with gentle yet precise brush strokes.” —Kirkus Reviews (Starred Review)
Yellow Sky delivers a glimpse into the artistic process, a stunning globe-trotting journey, and the intimate portrait of mending a heart broken by life itself.” — Indigo Wilmann, Visual Yarn
“…my favorite indie book this year.” — Loretta Milan, Literary Lightbox
“The book is gripping for its thought-provoking power.” — Candi Sary, Underground Book Reviews
“…a memorable adventure.” — BookLife
“A whirlwind trip around the world…” Traci McDonald, Author of Killing Casanova
“BLUE SUN, YELLOW SKY is a masterpiece!” — Star, Bibliophilic Book Blog
“To say that this book is well-written would be a critical understatement. Blue Sun, Yellow sky was everything I expected it to be, and more. ” — Melissa Rose, Around the World in Books
“The depth of my emotional response towards the end of the book surprised me.” –Amanda Price, My Tangled Skeins Book Reviews
“The attention to detail and beautiful descriptions will just blow you away…I loved every inch of this novel.” — Lady A, Literature Junkie Extraordinaire
“Through rich, artistic description, Hoang paints a moving picture of identity and the reinventing of oneself after tragedy strikes.” –Nicole Graham, Many Hats Blog
Hailed as “One of the best technical painters of our time” by an L.A. Times critic, 27 year-old, Aubrey Johnson is finally gaining traction for her work. But as she weaves through what should be a celebration of her art, a single nagging echo of her doctor’s words refuses to stay silent—there is no cure. In less than eight weeks Aubrey is going blind.
So begins her quest. Traveling on a one-way ticket around the world with childhood friend Jeff Anderson, Aubrey is in complete denial. But a blindfolded game of tasting foreign foods in China forces her to confront the reality of her situation.
In this adult coming of age story, Aubrey struggles to accept her crippling disability and what she perceives as the loss of her independence. But on her journey she finds a deeper understanding of herself and her life–sometimes fragmented and complex, but always with humbling honesty.