We quetan tend to think that anything we are not aware of simply doesn’t exist, as if, for example, Saturn had no rings before Galileo took his first peek through a telescope. In my book, I describe the Faer as a mute, telepathic human species with a mode of perception that is expanded far beyond the range of what we quetan think of as normal. I’ve done my best to convey this by describing their perceptions in a synesthetic sense, such as emotions having tastes. Then I found this in my inbox:
Definitely worth the read.