This is a novel like no other. Although it has plot, characters, character-development, denoument, and narrative, it does not seek to entertain in the usual sense. Rather, it attempts to engage its readers intellectually--encouraging them to seek and find their own underlying unity.
The novel is told from the perspective of five major characters--with a few interruptions by an omniscient speaker--and is a multi-genre attempt to explore the philosophical ontology underlying that uniquely human activity, the creation of art.
White in the Moon is a study of metaphor--ultimately the origin of everything. It is not a book for the lazy reader.
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