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Grey Lore ➽ [Reading] ➿ Grey Lore By Jean Knight Pace ➲ – Thomashillier.co.uk Despite the perks of living with her rich aunt, Ella s new life in Napper, Indiana, is pretty much tragically boring Until Ella starts hearing strange voices As rogue wolves begin to stalk the edges o Despite the perks of living with her rich aunt, Ella s new life in Napper, Indiana, is pretty much tragically boring Until Ella starts hearing strange voices As rogue wolves begin to stalk the edges of town and a serial killer with a penchant for silver bullets draws closer, the city of Napper seems to wake up Ella, with her new friends, Sam and Sarah, might be able to find out what the strange occurrences mean Except that they re all being pulled in different directions by people who love them and some who don t Before they lose their way to the whispers they hear from the past, or the call to a future they re not sure they want to create, the friends will need to confront who they really are and figure out what s hiding in the silence of their sleepy little town.


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  1. Lili Marcus Lili Marcus says:

    3.5 StarsHere s the truth, I like this book but there are just some things that keep bugging me making me not to like Grey Lore.The synopsis really caught my interest that s why I requested this book from Netgalley And maybe first quarter of the book, I felt contented and somehow enjoying the reading In fact I thought the this is so fairytale like I liked it The tone that was set at the beginning was so mysterious, the chapters were divided into different parts, each part seemed cut so ab 3.5 StarsHere s the truth, I like this book but there are just some things that keep bugging me making me not to like Grey Lore.The synopsis really caught my interest that s why I requested this book from Netgalley And maybe first quarter of the book, I felt contented and somehow enjoying the reading In fact I thought the this is so fairytale like I liked it The tone that was set at the beginning was so mysterious, the chapters were divided into different parts, each part seemed cut so abruptly that I was always left wondering and asking what was that about or what will happen next And so it was thrilling and of course I couldn t help but keep on reading.Sadly, I grew tired of it Sometimes, not revealing many things about the story or plot keeps the mystery going on but I think the approach used in this book isn t just very appealing and satisfying See, each chapter is composed of many parts and most of the times each part was told in different POVs Like in one chapter, there would be at least three POVs Multiple POVs are okay but putting few or several POVs in one chapter isn t just that appealing especially if in every cut of POV the reader wasn t left satisfied Maybe after first quarter reading this, I m not any thrilled to know the what s and why s, instead I m frustrated And Jesus Christ there are just too many POVs I think it would have been better if the story sticks with Ella, Sara and Sam s POV Besides the synopsis said, and I quote Ella, with her new friends, Sam and Sarah, might be able to find out what the strange occurrences mean Except that they re all being pulled in different directions by people who love them and some who don t. If the story, whole story, was told thru their eyes, and little by little reveal to the readers what they FIND OUT, that would beexciting And I minterested on THEM, and what the occurrences in their town affect them I m sorry I can t stop talking about POVs because really it made the story less beautiful and interesting Because of this problem, the significance of Ella and her friends being the protagonists have been degraded Not to mention I didn t get to connect with these three as well They seem so bland.On the other hand, I loves wolves And like I said earlier I love the tone of this book and the idea of the wolves in their town was very thrilling The mysterious killings I also love the pace of this story It s fast paced and maybe that s why I still got to finish this one Now you may ask how on earth does a fast paced book have a bland protagonists I already said why It s the multiple POVs There is always something happening in the story but that doesn t mean our main characters are always doing something interesting Overall though I still recommend this book If you want to be in a fairytale mood, this one is for you, with it s mysterious and dark tone I got this book from the publishers thru Netgalley Thank you..


  2. Christine Smith Christine Smith says:

    When Jean Knight Pace contacted me and asked if I d like to read this book for review and I read that intriguing blurb, I knew I couldn t pass it up While this wasn t my favorite read, it was definitely a unique one I can t say I ve ever read a book with this flavor and style before And I do love finding original tales THE RUNDOWN Grey Lore is a companion novel to Grey Stone which I also reviewed a while back, if you re interested While both can absolutely be standalones, I did very much en When Jean Knight Pace contacted me and asked if I d like to read this book for review and I read that intriguing blurb, I knew I couldn t pass it up While this wasn t my favorite read, it was definitely a unique one I can t say I ve ever read a book with this flavor and style before And I do love finding original tales THE RUNDOWN Grey Lore is a companion novel to Grey Stone which I also reviewed a while back, if you re interested While both can absolutely be standalones, I did very much enjoy all the many nods to Grey Stone in this book But where Grey Stone is set far in the past duringprimitive days, Grey Lore is a contemporary Somewhat on the urban fantasy side of things ish This book is really hard to explain, so bear with me We start out with Ella, who just lost her mother and is moving in with her rather stiff aunt in a strange little town in Indiana Napper is full of the rich the citizens seemingly only interested in shallow things But with the coming of wolves and some odd happenings, Ella begins to wonder if there isto Napper than meets the eye.Sam, too, has just moved into the little town Though he and his dad, who sells vacuums for a living and barely scrapes by, don t exactly fit in this ritzy streets of Napper But when Sam meets Ella and a girl named Sarah, he finally feels like he has a home.Just as things are starting to look brighter for the three oddball friends, dark plots and mysterious circumstances turn their world upside down.An old woman in the woods who seemingly vanishes at will, wolves running rampant, talking animals, and a killer on the loose who always takes his victims teeth Napper is anything but a boring little town in Indiana.CHARACTERSThere were a number of characters in this novel Often they seemed random, but eventually you see the connections which was a lot of fun But the main focus was on Ella, Sam, and Sarah.Unfortunately, I found the characters a little flat Not too much They did have some depth But for some reason I just could not seem to connect to them as much as I would have liked to.Ella did have a pretty interesting arc, but I never felt like her personality really jumped off the page While Sam I don t know At first he seemed like the type I d love the kind, broken boy who just wants some friends But a few times he made some really dumb decisions that annoyed me And, again, I couldn t get a full grasp on his personality Sarah was probably my favorite of the three Which surprised me, because I didn t much like her at first But she ended up being much deeper than I expected Sadly, she wasn t on screen a whole lot I would have lovedtime inside her head The other characters I didn t feel much for As I said, there were a lot of them, and the book kind of jumps from one to the other so fast, I never really felt like I got to truly know any of them Each scene was a bit too short for me to get a full grasp on each person if that makes sense.I don t know The characters weren t bad I didn t hate any of them I just didn t really love any of them either They were a bit mediocre Though I will say, despite there being a ton of characters, I rarely got confused who was who Kudos to the author for that Also, there s a character named Zinnie and her cat who I did totally like But that s all I m saying smile, smile OTHER THOUGHTS The narrative style was slightly omniscient Which I think is the main reason I didn t just love this book It wasn t fully omniscient Each scene was in the point of view of one character, but it was a distant POV, and had a bit of a omniscient flavor For basically the whole book I felt like I was being told a story instead of experiencing it And that s just not my thing I want to be right in the thick of it, feeling everything the character is feeling Instead, this story waslike watching the events from the sidelines Kind of an interesting style, but not really my thing Each scene was really short and there were a ton of POVs Another problem I had with it and probably the big reason why I never really felt much for the characters The scene jumps were so fast and frequent, I couldn t get a feel for one person before we re off to the next one And instead of really experiencing the moments, it wasa series of a bunch of different quick moments all thrown together Again, it was kind of an interesting style It added a touch of uniqueness to the whole story getting to see little snippets of each person including antagonists and slowly watching the whole picture come together Like a bunch of little puzzle pieces that form a whole picture by the ending I don t think there was anything wrong with telling the story this way, I m just picky and would have liked deeper, longer scenes instead of short bursts I very much enjoyed the few scenes that did linger They felt fuller andin depth And I think if the whole novel had been that way, I would have liked it a lotBut the majority of the story was a progression of short scenes with not much deep POVs, making me a little indifferent to the whole thing I will say, the writing was very good Even though I wasn t a fan of the style the story was told in though I think that s a personal thing, nothing against the authors at all , the sentence structures and wording choices were very beautiful It was a smooth, pleasant read itself I very much enjoyed the author s choices of wording It got a lot better halfway through The first half was rather slow with not much going on But once things picked up, I did get into the story a lotThe small town was fun As mentioned, Napper is full of the rich, but with dark secrets underneath I m a bit of a sucker for such things I enjoyed the overall feel of the ritzy but possibly sinister town What made it evenfun or creepy, but creepy is fun , was the fact that a psychiatric institution is a major part of the town People seem to accept that a ginormous insane asylum sits in the middle of their town In fact, lots of joggers go there to run around the perfectly kept grounds But what they do inside the institution well wriggles eyebrows It was all very delightfully chilling It s a sort of Hansel and Gretel retelling Which I found so unique and fun It s a very, very loose retelling But there were absolutely some Hansel and Gretel threads woven throughout There were also hints and mentions of other fairytales and folklore In fact, folklore was a huge factor in the story And that s something I m totally on top of The whole thing is quirky and unexpected That s always a plus for me I really don t even know how to explain this story The entire feel and events were unlike anything I ve ever read I never knew what to expect Each page was a surprise, with a lot of great twists along the way It s a very original story CONTENT CAUTIONSThe story was fairly clean in that there was no language or sexual content But it definitely had a gritty feel to it that I would be cautious of for younger readers.There were a few mentions of alcohol, some characters accused of being drug addicts, and a fair amount of violence Though, again, the story was told in a distant POV, so a lot of the violence wasmentions than the reader actually being there and experiencing it Some of it was gruesome though, and there were definitely a few scenes of people being beat up and bloodied.The whole flavor is rather dark and grungy It s by no means a lighthearted tale So do keep that in mind.CONCLUSIONThis wasn t my favorite story The constant scene changes and multiple POVs threw me a bit BUT, I ll say again, that is a personal preference I think it was a fun idea telling the story that way and having all the little puzzle pieces thrown together and slowly forming until we had the whole picture The focus wason the town s secrets and each person being a player than the characters being the driving force And since I m all about characters, I didn t click with it.But, overall, it was an extremely unique story with lots of fun fantasy elements and a touch of the paranormal The mystery of what was going on kept me intrigued and the writing really was beautiful.If you like urban fantasy filled with wolves, folklore, secrets, quirky events, and a unique flavor, I d absolutely say give this book a try NOTE I received a free ebook copy from the author in exchange for a honest review. Review originally posted on my blog Musings of an Elf


  3. Tadashi Tadashi says:

    Bruh.Look, I ll try to be calm because it has recently come to my attention that I m not very nice when I m pissed So I ll take a deep breath first Inhales ExhalesSince I was granted a free copy of this book from NetGalley, I felt obliged to finish it as soon as I could And I ll be perfectly honest I m not sure I would have finished it otherwise I had to read 80% percent of this book to realize why my feelings were so mixed It s not like I disliked the book, but I couldn t say I liked it ei Bruh.Look, I ll try to be calm because it has recently come to my attention that I m not very nice when I m pissed So I ll take a deep breath first Inhales ExhalesSince I was granted a free copy of this book from NetGalley, I felt obliged to finish it as soon as I could And I ll be perfectly honest I m not sure I would have finished it otherwise I had to read 80% percent of this book to realize why my feelings were so mixed It s not like I disliked the book, but I couldn t say I liked it either And the reason is as simple as that it was boring This book is truly admirable though It manages to be boring even though things keep happening How can things happen and yet nothing happen This just blows my mind I have to be fair though and I admit I really liked the writing It was very fairy tale like, giving the book the same aura However, the characters were simply indifferent And I think this has to do with the fact that the POV keeps changing No, I mean it There must bethan 20 POVs throughout Now, normally I don t mind multiple POVs But bruh My guy Calm Chill We had Ella who s supposed to be the protagonist, but is there really a protagonist here Idk , Sam, Sarah, the murderer, the teacher, a dog, another dog, the dog s owner and I don t remember who else Now that would probably be interesting if that was a TV series But it s not It s a book and it removes even that 5% of mystery it has But back to the characters Just let me rant a little, okay I appreciated the fact that Ella wasn t the typical I lost my mother so I ll make my aunt s life hell character But she s always so flat, so is that really a complement Sam Oh God Don t get me started on Sam BRUH So, he s supposed to be the smart one, right He solved a couple of puzzles, broke a code, so he must be DUDE IS DUMB AS A BRICK calming down So, he finds out he is related to someone, okay And he knows that this person doesn t have a family, except for him But this person also happens to live with someone who claims to be family So, I ask Anything fishy about it mate No Okay then Not to mention his reactions are weird and inconsistent Sarah was the only one I liked Also, I refuse to talk about any romance because that was so cringe worthy I made myself forget about it the moment it happened And, finally, in case you re wondering about the plot Everything builds up poorly and many times inconsistently for 1 chapter, the last one And as I said before, since the mystery was non existent it was kinda pointless


  4. E. (abookwormsnook Reviews ) E. (abookwormsnook Reviews ) says:

    Hey, book dragons So guess what I finished another book and I am actually getting my review up sooner than later So Jean Knight Pace was kind enough to ask me if I would like to review her second book I read and reviewed her first book so you know I was excited to read this one as well But here let me give you the summary off Goodreads so we are on the same page.Despite the perks of living with her rich aunt, Ella s new life in Napper, Indiana, is pretty much tragically boring.Until Ella st Hey, book dragons So guess what I finished another book and I am actually getting my review up sooner than later So Jean Knight Pace was kind enough to ask me if I would like to review her second book I read and reviewed her first book so you know I was excited to read this one as well But here let me give you the summary off Goodreads so we are on the same page.Despite the perks of living with her rich aunt, Ella s new life in Napper, Indiana, is pretty much tragically boring.Until Ella starts hearing strange voices.As rogue wolves begin to stalk the edges of town and a serial killer with a penchant for silver bullets draws closer, the city of Napper seems to wake up.Ella, with her new friends, Sam and Sarah, might be able to find out what the strange occurrences mean Except that they re all being pulled in different directions by people who love them and some who don t.Before they lose their way to the whispers they hear from the past, or the call to a future they re not sure they want to create, the friends will need to confront who they really are and figure out what s hiding in the silence of their sleepy little town.Now I really do love any story that has wolves in it, and let s say Jean writes books right up my alley I really do love Jean and Jacob Kennedy writing style It is so easy to read and understand They create such captivating worlds and characters Sam and Ella were characters that made me laugh but also tear up once and a while with them And just the experiences they when though I mean neither of them had a good life That alone connects some many people with them But I also have to say just the fact that I couldn t guess the identity of the shooter in the ned was a great thing Keep me on my toes.Myself, I really have to say that this book is my favorite of the two books that I have read of theirs And I know I am looking forward to anyJean writes Also, i want to be a part wolf now too lol.So if you like a book set in our world with supernatural things happening and you also like wolves You are going to love Jeans and Jacobs work So go get your self a copy ofand let me know what you think about it after your done I do suggest you read Grey Stone first Till next time here at the nook E.Ps if you have Instagram go and Follow Jean Jean Jean on it, I love her pictures


  5. Taylor Taylor says:

    I received a copy from netgalley in exchange for an honest review.This is a great blend of fantasy ans realism as these characters try to figure out where they fit in the world Im a sucker for anything that adds a paranormal twist to it so this was a quick and wonderful read.


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  7. Sammie Sammie says:

    It seems to me that great sacrifices bring about great gifts Unusual gifts Miraculous gifts Grey LorePace and Kennedy deliver a fast paced, gripping story in Grey Lore that blends reality and folklore so masterfully that the two seem inseparable.Summary When Ella s mother dies in a tragic accident, she s sent off to Napper, Indiana, to live with her aunt The town is small, with seemingly nothing much going for it Ella doesn t exactly fit in, but then again, neither do the two friends shIt seems to me that great sacrifices bring about great gifts Unusual gifts Miraculous gifts Grey LorePace and Kennedy deliver a fast paced, gripping story in Grey Lore that blends reality and folklore so masterfully that the two seem inseparable.Summary When Ella s mother dies in a tragic accident, she s sent off to Napper, Indiana, to live with her aunt The town is small, with seemingly nothing much going for it Ella doesn t exactly fit in, but then again, neither do the two friends she makes Sam lives in a trailer, the son of a traveling vacuum salesman with hardly a dollar to his name, hoping to make enough sales in Napper to keep food on their table Sarah is the daughter of fairly well off parents, but is bored with her lifestyle and looking for something exciting or, at the very least, somethingto life than her current humdrum existence.Things don t stay dull for very long Ella is sure she s hearing dogs talk during the full moon, and afraid of being thrown in the local asylum, she tells no one Instead, she seeks solace in the few things she has left that were her mother s Namely, the stories her mother had written down and hidden, the ones she used to tell Ella at bedtime Lore about werewolves and metals and darker times She s comforted to have pages her mother wrote in her own hand, stories that had been told from her own lips, but things like that don t happen in reality, right Still, there are wolves roaming the woods in and around the town, not to mention a serial killer whose MO includes a silver bullet and the removal of the victim s teeth One thing s for sure Napper isn t nearly as boring as the three kids had first believed.The Good The character voices were great They were easy to read, engaging, and sounded very much like teenagers, which made me laugh sometimes at their teen brain in a good way and their sarcasm They were all very relatable, and I found myself rooting for them The mystery My goodness, the mystery Or mysteries, since there were a lot of them The story was masterfully written so that it unfolds, little by little, while still keeping its secrets Try as I may, I didn t quite piece it all together until I was obviously meant to, even though I m usually really good at guessing endings I find the unpredictability refreshing, and I just had to keep reading so I could solve everything The folklore and themes that are woven through the story are fantastic They re meaningful and give a lot of depth to the story Some of them are retellings of stories that we know and love, like Little Red Riding Hood, but sometimes retellings don t have happy endings, right The folklore motif played a big part, and I really enjoyed not only the depth it added to the story, but the questions it surfaced and the way it made me, as a reader, really think about both the lore and the overall book The world building is wonderful It s actually quite in depth, and I loved learning how rich this alternate world is, but it wasn t cumbersome There were no giant info dumps that had my eyes glazing over The tidbits were slipped naturally into the story, and I found that I was eager to learnevery time they came up I don t know, everything As far as books go, this had it all Mystery, puzzles, action, romance, lore, and wolves I happen to be a big fan of wolves If you reof a cat person, there s also a cat, and he s snarky and fantastic.The Bad There were still some loose threads One of the villain s motives didn t make sense to me I wasn t sure what their endgame was or what they were hoping to gain from their actions, because it actually seemed to be contrary to what they said motivated them to do the things they did I m being intentionally vague Is it working There was also one character in particular that stood out as having been alluded to serving a very important purpose, and it seemed like they had the potential to be a vital fulcrum, if you will, someone to turn the tide of the story All that setup, however, seemed to sort of just fall by the wayside, and he never appears again in the ending, and there s no real conclusion to his arc The ending I mean, it wasn t bad, I suppose It was happy, which isor less what I might expect for a YA novel But it was too neat and clean With how high the stakes were and how dramatic the climax was, there was no real denouement, just an epilogue that feels a little too happily ever after, but not in the neat sort that would tie into the folklore feel It just felt too unrealistic, too rainbows and sunshine for me after everything This wasn t really a negative for me but it wasn t necessarily a positive, either , and I know that some people likely will find it annoying, so I ll mention it The point of view in this book is all over the place There are no markers for what point of view it s in until a name is used, and in some instances, to up the suspense factor, no names are used like in the antagonist point of views Because there s no steady rhyme or reason to the switching of the point of views, it was sometimes hard to know whose point of view I was in or where when things were happening, so I was occasionally confused That being said, the changing point of views were highly effective in building the suspense and unfolding the mystery little by little, so I think the book would have lost a lot of the power it had were it written any other way So this isn t so much a bad as a heads up If you can t stand the constantly switching point of views, then this maybe isn t for you.Overall I simply could not put this book down To the point where my husband threatened to divorce me if I didn t turn the light off so he could get some sleep I considered it, I really did, just to find out what happens But, you know, he s kind of handy to have around, and I ve put all this time into training him From the very start of the book, I was hooked, and I remained hooked through the whole thing There were very few, if any, slow sections, and no parts that jumped out where I thought, Well, I could probably put it down here and take a break Very rarely does that ever happen.Grey Lore definitely earned its five star rating, and I can t recommend it enough I enjoyed it so much, in fact, that I will be checking out Grey Stone, the other book Jean Knight Pace and Jacob Kennedy wrote together I just hope there will bebooks in the future, as this is a world I would love to revisit.Disclaimer I received a free copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review


  8. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    I ve never seen this before The first book was high fantasy The sequel is urban fantasy And they work together so well I can t go too much into the plot without spoiling the first book Let s put it this way Grey Lore is Vampire Diaries with werewolves minus the steamy angst, interwoven with fairy tale retellings The protagonists may be in high school, but the cast of POV characters ranges through the age spectrum all the way to the centuries old We are, after all, dealing with a world f I ve never seen this before The first book was high fantasy The sequel is urban fantasy And they work together so well I can t go too much into the plot without spoiling the first book Let s put it this way Grey Lore is Vampire Diaries with werewolves minus the steamy angst, interwoven with fairy tale retellings The protagonists may be in high school, but the cast of POV characters ranges through the age spectrum all the way to the centuries old We are, after all, dealing with a world filled with werewolves, magic, and talking cats Author Jean Knight Pace gave me a copy for an honest review, so here s the rubric I put my official reviews through Characters The three main characters Ella, recently orphaned and now with her aunt in small town Indiana Sam, new kid with a past but no roots Sarah, rich girl with a love for theatre and outcasts are compelling and easy to root for The side characters are layered and intricately involved with the story, though cookie cutter at times Conflict There s a good balance between internal and external conflict, which mess with each other plenty The antagonist s were believable and frightening and appropriate to the story World building It s set in our world but with elements of the world in the previous book, and they blend well together It didn t wow me, but it did its job Voice The voice is engaging The pacing and tension of the story is well balanced with stakes, mystery, and revelation The dialogue is pretty believable and generally moves the plot forward Professionalism Professional but with a small press feel Worldview No religion or philosophy is really discussed aside from the magic of the world building The magic is explained as bloodline rather than occult, though it can feel blended Values championed friendship, loyalty, family, compassion, and storytelling My Rubric Characters Was I invested in the protagonist throughout Was I invested in the side characters Conflict Is there an appropriate balance between internal and external conflict Is the antagonist worth fearing or fighting World building Is the story world well and appropriately developed Voice Is the author s voice fresh and engaging Did the pacing and tension keep me gripped Does the dialogue develop the world and move the plot forward Professionalism Is the book well made grammar, typos, binding, cover, etc Worldview Does this book make me think deeply Is it poignant without being preachy didn t like it it was okay liked it really liked it it was amazing


  9. Ioanna Ioanna says:

    Living in a small town in Indianapolis with her dull, distant aunt was never Ella s plan But then again, neither was it to become an orphan after her mother s accident Life in Napper is slow, quiet, and definitely uneventful Until Ella starts hearing voices from creatures that are not supposed to talk Is she slowly losing her mind Or are there things out there she never had imagined would be true Along with her two new friends, Sam and Sarah, the young girl will find herself in the middle o Living in a small town in Indianapolis with her dull, distant aunt was never Ella s plan But then again, neither was it to become an orphan after her mother s accident Life in Napper is slow, quiet, and definitely uneventful Until Ella starts hearing voices from creatures that are not supposed to talk Is she slowly losing her mind Or are there things out there she never had imagined would be true Along with her two new friends, Sam and Sarah, the young girl will find herself in the middle ofaction than she had expected in this place Fate seems to have a lot in place for all of them, and not everyone on their road to discovery is there to help them A peculiar and unique past unravels for each of them, but their choices are what will ultimately define them Prepare yourself for some of the most intricately woven plot you will ever find in a book Gorgeous storytelling, detailed narrative, unexpected twists are all woven together in this amazingly strange story This isthan a book for the fans of fiction This is a world of lore and tales within a larger one, a modern fairy tale that encases so many others Grey Lore shows you how fairy tales are made Sometimes subtly, other times less so, the reader sees how the battle of good and evil and the heroes and the villains of real life are what moves humanity to create its myths and legends.Fast paced and with no lack of plot, the story keeps you hooked from the first page up to the very last Expertly managing to avoid cliches, it also creates an air of mystery around characters, keeping you guessing about their pasts,as well as their intentions There is a fun game of the reader involved, in which you will desperately try to find the culprits and the villains It is not as easy as it looks which makes it evenfun to be involved with By the time the pieces of the puzzle fit together, the reader has reached the climax of the story.As a fantasy enthusiast, I was completely engrossed in the story Having read dozens, if not hundreds, of fantasy books, I have to admit that it is very difficult to bump into a unique structure in a book, and a different plot than what hides in most fantasy books I can happily declare that Grey Lore was one of those rare occasions where a book absolutely and happily surprises you.There s a lotI could say about the book, but I definitely do not want to spoil any of the fun you can have with it So I will wrap up, saying that I strongly recommend reading this, especially for the fantasy genre enthusiasts


  10. Shazza Maddog Shazza Maddog says:

    Another werewolf book Another trio of teens but finally, it s not a love triangle Ella recently lost her mom and her aunt, Vivi, has asked Ella to come live with her.Sam and his dad are perpetual travelers, hopping from city to state and on Sarah has lived her whole life in Napper, Indiana, and nothing ever happens there Except now, Charles Napper has fenced in a large part of his property and has brought a pack of wolves from France to live there Except now, wolves are starting to migrat Another werewolf book Another trio of teens but finally, it s not a love triangle Ella recently lost her mom and her aunt, Vivi, has asked Ella to come live with her.Sam and his dad are perpetual travelers, hopping from city to state and on Sarah has lived her whole life in Napper, Indiana, and nothing ever happens there Except now, Charles Napper has fenced in a large part of his property and has brought a pack of wolves from France to live there Except now, wolves are starting to migrate to the midwest Except now, when Ella can hear dogs talking Except now, when Sam can hear a cat tell him off.Except now, when Sarah realizes there s a wolf at her door The story starts out slow but picks up around the middle I d been about to stop reading when the dogs started talking to one of the wolves that was when the story started getting really interesting to me I would ve given this 3.5 stars so I rounded up


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