22gigantes.com - A futuristic love story that will leave your heart aching. It's a few years into the future, and a chemical spill in the middle of the ocean has taken over the waters of Earth. The entire planet is dying off, but that doesn't stop its inhabitants from turning it all into entertainment for themselves. People go on sea cruises in flocks just to see and pay a sick homage to the beautiful appearance of the deathly water, another side-effect of the spill. Cruise ships take people to enjoy the beautiful, boiling colors, and it seems no one cares about the destruction before them. Tripp Young hates that his parents take him on these trips, but this time around he finds a distraction: A beautiful girl named Heidi Collins. They watch as their fellow passengers enjoy the sight of the hue-filled pollution which has taken over the waters. While his parents, and the other passengers, indulge their sick preoccupation, he tries to make the best of his time on board. Tripp and Heidi discover the depths of their own hearts as they deal with several terrible repercussions of the doom progressing all around them, and they can't help but fall in love in the middle of the despair. But chances of ever seeing each other again are slim, and the futility of the situation is heartbreaking for everyone involved. The young pair find true love, knowing that it will end as soon as they dock.
Most helpful customer reviews 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. A Very Creative Futuristic Love Story By Piaras Whatever flaws we might identify or frustrations we might feel are trivial in comparison to a reader's pure joy in losing himself/herself in a narrative. When all the elements come together: an intriguing plot, thoughtful, profound themes, complex, troubling, characters, and language that make us shudder for its honesty, clarity, and confidence; we gratefully set all analysis aside and give ourselves up to the sheer magic of a great book. And for me, Out to Sea: Festival of Hues is such a book.A few years in the future, and is set on a cruise ship which is traveling on ocean waters which have been poisoned entirely by a massive chemical spill. The result of this horrific accident has rendered all sea life dead, and is also killing all plant life, but the chemicals also turned the water into some kind of breathtaking killer sideshow, which the cruise line willingly provides. Slowly, the entire planet is dying, but there are those who are wealthy and calloused, only taking these regular cruises to gaze at the beautiful, but deadly, liquid that is keeping them afloat. There is even a famous fireworks event on board which is used for the sole purpose of exploiting the hopeless situation even more. The main characters in this book include Tripp Young, a seventeen-year-old boy whose parents are included amongst those who use the sea for personal amusement, and he despises it. His parents are Jim and Kate Young, who also happen to work for the company responsible for the spill; the same company who markets the waters for their appearance and covers up the truth about the danger. Heidi Collins is his first-time love interest. The cute redhead feels the same loathing for the cruise ship and its indifferent, superficial passengers, but her parents hate it as well. Her father is a scientist who is on the main team working tirelessly to find a solution; the cruise is work for him. His position has been a benefit to Heidi knowing more of the truth than most teenagers want to.Now, if that doesn’t whet your appetite, I’m not sure what will! This captivating and commendable work had me immersed from the beginning. The story flowed from scene to scene with ease, and the author shows exceptional skill when it comes to storytelling. There are attention-grabbing moments in this page turner that will take the reader on a fascinating journey.It’s one of those stories that come along once in awhile that makes you want to read it non-stop until you get to the end. And that’s exactly what I did! I’m giving nothing further away here. And this, I hope, will only add to the mystery and enjoyment for the reader!I’ll certainly be looking forward to reading more from RWK Clark in the future. I would definitely recommend this book. Five stars from me. 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. ... blends an apocalyptic setting with a search for true love. The way the author describes how everything plays ... By LJ This book blends an apocalyptic setting with a search for true love. The way the author describes how everything plays out in terms of humanity's response to a catastrophic chemical spill that poisoned the waters is probably spot on IMO. I think if war or an environmental catastrophe happened today, humans would just go about seeking ways to keep themselves amused. In the case of this novel, people go on cruise ships to see the colorful chemical spill that is destroying the planet. Heidi and Tripp meet and pursue an unlikely relationship that is unlikely to last. The two both seem to look around at the people on the ship in dismay, wondering how they could possibly be so one-dimensional, and how they can see the state of the world in such a nonchalant manner.This was a very interesting novel, and one unlike any other I have read in recent memory. In the crazy world we live in, where so many seem to think absolutely nothing of environmental devastation/climate change, this book accurately (IMO) reflects how many might react in a real SHTF environmental crisis. 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Chemical disaster, love and a colorful ocean By Jane It is interesting to read books that are set in the future. It gives a sense of curiosity as to whether what one is reading shall come to pass or not. Out to Sea: Festival of Hues is that kind of book. It is set on a cruise ship which is sailing in waters that have been massively polluted by a chemical spillage; caused by the collision of two ships. While this has resulted in the loss of both plant and animal life, it has produced a beautiful multicolored effect on the ocean’s waters. This has become a tourist attraction as cruises have become the in thing. It is during one of this cruises that two teenage lovers, Tripp and Heidi, meet, making this a futuristic love story. The story is centered on these characters and it elicits mixed feelings. There are moments that I squirmed out of concern while others where I couldn’t help but laugh. Sometimes I actually felt sad; but the general feeling was that maybe, just maybe, the author had actually predicted the future. What happens in this book is not farfetched it feels like something that could actually take place here and now. See all 19 customer reviews...
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