The loss and rediscovery of unique talent – one driven by an obsession with colours.
A young boy’s artistic brilliance is crushed. Decades later, tragedy in Paris and pure chance compel him to trace a childhood friend - a quest that reignites his genius.
Two 60’s children bound together by the Greenwich Meridian, the line splitting the globe into east and west. The girl who fulfilled her destiny, the boy without a name who had his stolen.
London’s National Gallery, the World Cup, a simple kaleidoscope. Two famous icons given the keys to their future.
And a masterpiece able to reveal the power in anyone.
‘Draw the beauty you see … Never, ever, forget how beautiful everything is.
'Everyone has the capacity to be great or influential at something. But, tragically, so often the promise is lost or drummed out. In this novel, using the incredible power of art, I wanted to explore how people all over the world, especially children and young people, could discover or rediscover their true potential.'