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This is an amazing, incredible, surprising, outstanding story. It's a masterpiece, written by a genius, I swear it. I wish I could give it 50 stars!
Take this unbelievable and totally relevant-to-your-life journey. Worth the price. In fact, it's worth it at ten times the price. Trust me on this. You are going to be amazed at this story, and at Kendall Grey's masterful execution of a tale full of love and fear, pain and redemption, good and evil, truth and deception, unearned kindness and undeserved cruelty, and ultimately of finding the heart of your life and becoming whole. It's about writing your own story, no matter where you are in your life, and not giving in to propaganda and the ramblings of madmen. It's about being lied to, being used, being abused, and being lost then found.
The book is called GHOSTS, and it's really, really, really good. Great. Fantastic. I cannot heap enough superlatives on this book to really convey to you how utterly intense and rewarding this book was for me. As I read, I went further down Grey's rabbit hole, lined though it was with nuclear weapons, medical experiments, and secret agendas. I read eagerly as I lived vicariously through these post-apocalyptic, dystopian adventures.
Parts of this book are insanely BRILLIANT! You will read words and phrases here that will make you stop, take a breath, and really rethink things before you move on. Because this story, despite the fact that it takes place in a decidedly dark and dangerous future, is the story of everyone. Each of us has lived in hopelessness at least once, experienced misery and misfortune, sought answers, found love and connection, then lost it. It's a true story, despite the fact that it's a work of immense fiction. This story, and its truths, will haunt you.
GET. THIS. BOOK! The story is so fresh yet so recognizable. The characters are real, the plot is engrossing, and the writing is beyond stellar. Yes, it's dark. Depressing at times. It's an allegory for the times we live in, and it's not a joke. It's thought provoking. It's also a demonstration of a writing talent that is so woefully under-appreciated it's criminal. Kendall Grey is the real deal. GHOSTS is proof enough of that.