What if colours could speak?
The Boy Who Saw In Colours is set amid Nazi Uprising and chronicles the life of a young painter who dared to dream.
When Josef’s family fall victim to the “moustached man”, his world crumbles, and he and his brother are sent to one of Hitler’s elite schools.
What was it like to hear colours, see scents and taste sounds? Come with me. I’ll show you.
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Lauren Robinson is from the small town of Derry in picturesque Nothern Ireland, and is the author of the anti-hate novel ‘The Boy Who Saw In Colours.’ After pursuing a career in journalism, facts were pivotal, and so she spent five years researching and writing her debut. Simon and Schuster, an American publishing company, took interest im Lauren’s simple story. Still, being confident that the book would be a success, Lauren decided to go down the self-publishing route and keep creative control of her passion project.