Alright. I've got a concept in my novel and when my husband read it the first time he didn't have quite a clear idea of what I meant, so I wanted to get some second opinions before I try finding ways to re-write and make things more clear. Half my novel takes place in the world of one of my MC's imaginations. He's giving up on his dreams of writing in order to focus on his corporate career, which he thinks will better support his wife and child (due to his fathers influence.) As a result of giving up, the sun in the world of his imagination is in a constant state of sunset. The sun rises in the west but never traverses the sky, instead hovers above the western horizon for about the length of an average day and goes back down again. The world is bathed in orange light during the day, due to the sun set, and there hasn't been an actual sunrise or noon-time in years, so some of the younger characters my MC has created have no notion of what a blue sky would look like. This is as succinct a description as I can give without cutting and pasting to let you see what the actual passages say. What I need to know is if the idea comes accross clearly. Thanks lots!!