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ISBN: 142851662X
Author: Amanda Ashley
Language: English
Publisher: DP (April 3, 2012)
Pages: 400
Category: United States
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 796
Size Fb2: 1694 kb
Size ePub: 1448 kb
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Part of Vampire Trilogy series by Amanda Ashley.

Part of Vampire Trilogy series by Amanda Ashley. The Roskovich Carnival was the smallest, seediest looking excuse for a circus Marisa Richards had ever seen. The owner's main claim to fame was his boast that, inside the largest of its three rather shabby-looking tents, he had the body of a genuine Transylvanian vampire. Marisa paid the wizened ticket-taker six-fifty and then, bypassing the usual carnival rides and games, entered the large ed sideshow tent along with the other hardy souls who had ventured out in the rain on this cool and windy Halloween evening.

Home Amanda Ashley Shades of Gray. Part of Vampire Trilogy series by Amanda Ashley. The next few days flew by in a flurry of excitement. Marisa called her parents and her brother and listened patiently to their objections to her marrying a man she had known for such a short time. She spent three lunch hours shopping for a wedding dress; then she spent a Saturday afternoon with Linda picking out dresses for Linda and Barbara to wear. In the morning, before leaving for work, Marisa called Mr. Abbott and let him know she had accidentally broken a window. He told her not to worry about it and assured her that he would have it fixed as soon as possible. Next, she called and made an appointment to have her carpets cleaned, wondering, as she did so, what the chances were of getting the bloodstains out of the rug. She thought about Grigori while she showered. Well," Marisa said, suddenly ill at ease to find herself and Grigori alone in the house, "do you want to watch some TV?" As soon as the words were out of her mouth, she felt a flood of color climb up her neck into her cheeks. Did vampires watch TV? Did she really believe he was one of the undead? Looking at him made the idea seem ludicrous. She had never seen anyone, male or female, who looked more vital, more alive.

Part of Vampire Trilogy series by Amanda Ashley

Part of Vampire Trilogy series by Amanda Ashley. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32. Chapter Eleven. Sunday morning, Marisa rose early and went to church. Though her faith in God had always been strong, she rarely went to Sunday services. But now, when her life seemed to be spinning out of her control, she felt a sudden need for the peace and tranquillity the church provided

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I have just finished reading "Shades of Gray", and found it a fascinating, interesting, book that I could not put down until I finished it.

Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). I have just finished reading "Shades of Gray", and found it a fascinating, interesting, book that I could not put down until I finished it. In fact, it was so interesting to me that three days later, I read it again. Having grown up in that area (Carbondale) in the 1930-1950's I was very familiar with the incidents surrounding the Herrin Massacre.

The fourth vampire romance by bestselling author Madeline Baker writing as Amanda Ashley! Lost in darkness, Grigori found new sustenance in the light of Marisa's love, and new purpose in his life. Only he could protect her from the evil that stalked the night. Now, hungering for her bittersweet caress, he vowed to show her that not all of the undead were monsters, and that somewhere between the black and white of damnation and desire lay infinite shades of gray.

Comments:

Quamar
We bought this to use in our Civil War home school curriculum. The kids are old enough to read it on their own this year. I read it so that we would be able to discuss it when the time comes. It is excellent! It takes place after the Civil War has ended. It explains varying views of those in the South. It has great character lessons, sharing and forgiveness. My husband read it too; neither of us wanted to put it down. A great read!
Kirinaya
This story relates to so may people, both now and then. Forgiveness is something we all have to deal with, and too many times the root cause of hurt feelings being misunderstood, or reading a situation in a way it was not intended. The emotions revealed here can bring healing. It was a pleasure.
Gosar
Excellent award-winning juvenile literature story about life for a boy named Will following the Civil War. Gives readers of all ages thoughts to ponder about ones own points of view regarding social justices or injustices on topics such as conscientious objectors, bullying, and caring for others.
Thohelm
This is not the best book I have ever read, but it is certainly a good one. The author does a good job of pointing out that there were good people on either side of the Civil War. This is something that is often glossed over in education. Typically one side is vilified while the other is lauded. The protagonist's journey is relate-able for children who are on their own moral journeys. All people must go through times when they find that they can no longer agree with what they used to believe, and it takes a great deal of strength to encounter it head-on.

Helping students/children understand that the world is not made up of white and black hats is vital to their development. From modern issues of immigration and religious fervor, there are many connections that can be made between what the characters in the book experience and what children and adults experience today.
Ghordana
this book starts in a very slow way, but towards the middle of the book, you become engaged in the life Will( the protagonist) leads. At the end of the book, you still want to read more about how Will will continue his life, and when he will meet the twins, and more. This was a great book and it also helped to be able to see the war fem the point of view of someone who had suffered, and their beliefs and values. You also get to learn history as you read.all in all, i loved the book and would defiantly recommend it.
Aradwyn
I have just finished reading "Shades of Gray", and found it a fascinating, interesting, book that I could not put down until I finished it. In fact, it was so interesting to me that three days later, I read it again. Having grown up in that area (Carbondale) in the 1930-1950's I was very familiar with the incidents surrounding the Herrin Massacre. My father was a regular customer and friend of Charlie Birger at "Shady Rest" and was there the night that the Shelton's dropped a little bomb on the place. So I repeatedly heard the names of many of the people addressed in this book from my father and thus my interest. I commend the authors on their interesting prose and the smooth mixture of fiction with fact. I am in the process of buying the other books written my Mr. Lockwood and Gary DeNeal and look forward to reading them. I purchased this book from Amazon books. H.F.Maze, Las Vegas, Nevada
Kelerius
I should have written this review years ago, but it appeared long before Amazon came on the scene. It's a novel that deserves to be rediscovered: O'Neill captures the essence of the 80s-vintage Army officer's culture and the mystique of West Point in a novel that has an intriguing historical and literary foundation. So what if you don't believe in ghosts? I don't, but I was captivated by this overlooked masterpiece of the genre.
Good read for book club

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