Daisy Carmichael’s life is forever changed after a devastating car crash.
Nobody remembers the boy who pulled her from the wreckage, the boy who saved her life.
She believed she was crazy.
That is, until the dreams started.
A good story that will pull you out of your world like fantasy should
Fantasy to me is about that moment you walk into someplace you may have once known, and discover something you never knew existed, and your mind begins to race with all the possibilities, and eventually impossibilities of the world just to try to rediscover that world beyond ours that is lost and sad and wonderful. In Gray begins with that classic kind of jarring experience, and leaves the reader with the certainty that more discovery is coming. An easy, but good story that will pull you in like fantasy should, but with characters that are normal and real. The story reminds me of Shadowhunters but the writing reminds me of James Patterson. My only negative was that maybe the reading level was so simple that it would be appealing to audiences a little too young, but that was only at first. I’ve watched more adult things with my two year old daughter on Netflix kids. And that’s saying something about Netflix Kids. Waiting for the next book.