by Devon Layne
Content Rating: Older than 17
There’s a dark side to Jett’s artistic talent. People who look at his drawings and paintings connect on a primal level. People—even his models—are somehow changed by the paint he wields, sometimes permanently, sometimes terminally. As this digital native struggles against what he sees as a hopeless world, against financial hardship, against harsh instructors, and against his own libido, he attracts a small group of women who adhere as much to each other as to Jett. But when it’s all said and done, are any of them better off than they’d been a year before?
One of my favourite books!
Reviewed it on February 12, 2024Devon Layne succeeds masterfully in capturing how the young generation thinks and speaks and grieves. Or at least, how old men like us expect them to act, I guess. Still, brilliant book!