An Uncommon Blue by R. C. Hancock

December 9, 2014 | 2 Comments

An Uncommon Blue by R. C. HancockAn Uncommon Blue
Author: R.C. Hancock
Series: Color Blind #1
Genres: YA Futuristic
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 288
Date: December 9, 2014
Publisher: Cedar Fort

I felt like I was underwater. The pressure building in my chest made the rest of the world seem far away and unimportant. . . . All I could do was stare at my fire, waiting for it to change shade.

Bruno’s never worried about his caste. He lives in the best neighborhood, attends the best school, and is free to choose from the best professions. Until today.

When an accidental reaction changes the color of his fire, he finds himself facing a life of slums and prejudice he never knew existed. Now an outcast, Bruno has to decide just how far he’s willing to go to get his future back.

In a society where the color of a person’s palm determines their social class, Bruno goes from favored to fugitive when he kills a Royal Guard to save a boy’s life. If he wants to survive, Bruno has to learn to accept the lower colors.


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