By Jeffrey Moore
Within the culture of Jonathan Safran Foer and Jonathan Lethem, Jeffrey Moore without problems juggles various voices and narrative kinds to get on the very center of what it capacity to recollect and to forget.
Noel Burun is a hypermnesiac synaesthete: his reminiscence is unrelentingly specific, and he sees spoken phrases as shiny explosions of color, a sensation that regularly leaves him befuddled and bewildered. including to his frustration is his mother's gradual descent into the quicksand of Alzheimer's. a guy who recalls an excessive amount of and a lady who recalls too little—both fight to make feel in their worlds in a home bloated with stories.