The Colour Of Wednesday

The follow up to Down The Tubes

The Colour Of Wednesday takes its name from the last sentence of Down The Tubes and continues Michael’s story two decades on from that novel. A family death propels him back into chaos and self-destruction. There are more relationship and family strains as his past comes back to haunt him and new revelations come to light. With the help of a new friend, Michael hopes to get his life back on track again but can he finally beat the demons of addiction and change old patterns? Death proves to be a catalyst for change, often in expected ways, as Michael battles to overcome past hurts and relationships and embrace the new. But the new comes with its own problems.

The Colour Of Wednesday explores the dark interior world of grief and past pain, while looking toward a redemptive world of hope and self-discovery.

"Rigby pens a remarkable dramatic story in The Colour Of Wednesday. I'm a big fan of Rigby, and if she writes it, I'll read it. This author brings the stories to life. Trauma, tragedy, pain and strain surrounds Michael, and he feels like he's in a very dark place. Rigby knows how to set the tone for a dramatic, raw and intense story, as well as showing not just the darkness following Michael and his battles, but also the light inside him, which help his struggles. Twists, turns, and new connections not only dictate the ups and downs of Michael's life, but his search for finding himself. This book deserves a second read! (and maybe more). Magnificent story, kept this reader turning the pages. A definite attention grabber. An inspiring story. The title drew me in, but the story made me stay. The author's technique of intense characters and great plotlines is a gift. It's a great story to follow and try to figure out what will happen next. I look forward to reading many more stories by this author. This book is a definite recommendation by Amy's Bookshelf Reviews."


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