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Catching Colours

Reade Moore

Fiction, Fantasy

The wall around the manufactured utopian world of Skanna is fracturing because one of the people uniquely gifted to sustain it is missing.

In the world of Skanna, humans are protected from the harsh outerworld by the bleed, a wall constructed from the fragments of an ancient god’s soul: colours. Four people in each generation are uniquely gifted to maintain the bleed using colour drawn out of any substance they choose. But in this gene...