Driving the book forward are two plotlines that are rather extreme in nature; nevertheless, those plotlines are fascinating. But even more engrossing are the characters and how easy it is to relate to them. Boom's actions in this story may be unimaginable to the reader, but her frustrations are ones we've all experienced at one time or another. Lilly's a gentle soul, a thoroughly likeable person who encourages her friends and thinks of others before herself. The scene in which she sees a friend off as he embarks on a dream career rings true, especially the punchline at the end of the scene. The group of friends that serve as the cast of characters here boasts a certain archetypical lineup. Everyone's circle of friends has similar personalities. We have friends who are pillars of strength, who are takers and who are nurturers. We have friends who lead, who follow and who leech. Full Color is simply the final story for one such group of friends. Read Full Review
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