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A dense black cloud boiled up in the southeastern sky. It rose high and fast, like a time-lapse movie of the birth of a thunderhead. But it was no rain cloud. Wholly black, it reached up and up until it loomed over her, blocking out the sun. Somehow, she knew, it was Death coming for her.

Pre-med student Coral is on vacation in Idaho when something terrible happens. The black cloud is followed by a wildfire and searing heat that lasts for days. She survives deep in a cave but emerges days later to find the world transformed, with blackened trees, an ash-filled sky, and no living creatures stirring - except for her.

So begins her desperate journey to find water and food and other survivors...and the answer to the mystery of what happened.

Note: This is a combined edition of Gray I, Gray II, and Gray III.

©2017 Lou Cadle (P)2017 Podium Publishing

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2017-12-13

What a struggle

This was so unbearable, what an awful story. So poorly researched, unoriginal, frustrating characters... my god. Don't read this. I was expecting more time to be spent talking about the disaster from the book description but it was just sbout their survival. *spoiler alert* an asteroid hits earth. No one really cares what it was. The main character meets a lot of assholes. The end.

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  • Neil Brougham
  • 2017-11-24

great adventure

this was an interesting story with well rounded characters and a good plot line. it is well worth the price.

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  • Stephen
  • 2017-10-18

I missed something.

Many reviews gush over this series. I guess I am missing whatever they experience, but I found it boring, repetitive, predictable, and repetitive. And it keeps presenting the same ideas over and over.

The narrator presented the information acceptably, but is not my favorite in the audible stable.

Mr. Stephen King’s “The Stand” is the ultimate example of this genre. Against that carbon arc lamp, this one casts but a feeble glimmer.

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  • Cat's MeWOW
  • 2017-08-17

Was Loathe To Put It Down!

This is one of THE very few audio books I had to listen to straight through. The first chapter ran a bit slow, but I stuck with it and soon enough I had headphones plugged in and had my Kindle tucked under my arm as I cooked dinner, washed dishes, exercised and even used the restroom while listening.

I did sleep for 4 hours, but since my Kindle has a sleep timer on it, I only had to back up 23 minutes or so when I woke up. I know! I sound so pathetic! But this plot was very well written and the narrator did a heck of a job bringing this story to life so....

I regret nothing.

It DOES beg the questions, though: In such a situation, where there are no answers as to what can cause the world to physically flip flop to the extreme unknown, who can you trust? How does one survive when they are ill-prepared for such an extended and volatile event? Where do you draw the line of humanity when very decision means life or death?

I purchased this book outright.
I was not disappointed.

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  • Mavwreck75
  • 2017-10-16

Long Slow Burn

If you have an extremely long wait to see the cardiologist and want to fill the time without raising your heart rate a single beat just fire up this audiobook and you're all set.

The story just slowly steadily and painstakingly smoldered to its "dawn of a new day" conclusion. It was like asking someone for the time and, in response, they built a clock for you in slow motion. The story was not bad, despite loose ends throughout, it just unfolded very very slowly.

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  • d cowan
  • 2017-10-05

Could have been 1/3 the length.

Nice writing. Good story- but could have been written in 1/3 the amount. This book did not contain 24 hours worth of story-more tedious detail than I prefer.

5 personnes sur 5 ont trouvé cette évaluation pertinente

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  • Kci3
  • United States
  • 2017-10-11

Something new in the Apocalypse genre!

One of my favorite books is The Road and many of my book loving friends would call it slow. I found it intense and so beautifully written that I often forgot to breath while listening. The book Gray many would consider a slow book too it is also based on character development and not constant action. For me I found the Gray compelling and always engrossing. I couldn’t wait until I could listen again after work. It is what I call a treasure hunting book in an apocalyptic world, my favorite. I love scavenging, persevering and never giving up hope. I am excited when they find a can of meat or a bottle of medicine that allows them to live one more day. The main characters often do things that I would not have done (I’m more blood thirsty) but I was alright with the decisions because it was more realistic. There were things that bothered me like everyone pretty much being evil and scientific things that would not be true. Even those things did not distract me from loving this book. There are many action packed exciting parts of the book but it is not a constant ongoing part. The book is based on regular everyday people and not the military or super hero’s doing unbelievable things. I rarely give a five star to a book for me what it means is 1. I will go to the author’s web-site 2. I will buy other books by this author 3. I will listen to this book more than once 4. I will tell others about it

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  • Kealnt7
  • FL, United States
  • 2017-08-07

Survive

Where does Gray rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This is such an amazing book. It is definitiely near the top.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Gray?

When Coral found the boy who died, I really felt for her and was glad to see her humanity evident here and througout the book.

What does Lauren Fortgang bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Excellent narration, brought the book to life, so well done.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

YES! Sadly and not sadly its way too long.

Any additional comments?

This was a book I was heistant to try, I have never heard of the author and have been so disappointed by all the dystopian trash that is out there. This is very different. There are no "heroes" here or epic wars, just a world that could truly happen and characters that you truly care about who you are on a journey with because you as the reader dont have the answers to their questions either. The book doesnt end in a tidy little package, with all your questions answered, or every arc dealt with completely, but life is like that, which makes it all the more engaging.

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  • Christen Doc
  • 2017-11-09

Promising but ultimately tedious

The author is truly compelling when writing about the nitty gritty of survival in this post-apocalyptic future. This is most of the first 2/3 of the book. But whenever the plot takes us beyond that into some society it falls apart and becomes cartoonish, almost laughably so. There's no nuance to the secondary characters and antagonists, they are straw men that the main characters can judge, defeat and leave behind. It gets very tedious. And by the end I was so sick of the holier-than-thou attitude of the main characters that I was eager to end the whole thing. In fact I didn't bother with the last hour because it was so annoying and boring. The narration is actually solid throughout, better than the story deserved.

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  • The Zombie Specialist
  • Secret Fortress
  • 2017-09-05

Best value for money in a long time!

There is certainly a lot to like about this one. Firstly, the author creates the perfect amount of tension through developing characters who are just ordinary people and putting them in an extra ordinary situation. The tension is further developed through the plot itself, the overall reason for disaster and the way some characters respond to the disaster. It all helps creates a level of realism which made me wonder... what I would be like in this situation?

Secondly, there is nothing to complain about in regards to sound quality and the quality of the narration. Maybe, slightly slow... I sped it up a notch to 1.25x speed, but I might have done that because I was so eager to hear the story.

Thirdly, and most importantly I finished this one with a good deal of satisfaction, knowing that I had received excellent value for money... it is over 24 hours in length!

Lastly, I know this probably won't happen. But it is possible for this story to continue. I really hope the author does. I would even pre order a copy! Please don't take this point to mean that I was not happy with the ending and or that it leaves you hanging waiting for an incomplete story to finish. Because it isn't like that all!

In summary, I am happy that I brought this one as opposed to my usual zombie genre. The world’s fastest fat man is giving this two thumbs up and a very long and cheerful 'heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeey'

PS. Some people have tracked me on the good old inter webs and asked if I receive free copies of the titles I review, or if I get paid for reviews. I can say beyond any shadow of doubt, the answer is no I have not. Some authors have offered, but I have said no.

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  • Billy
  • 2017-08-18

Amazing value for only one credit!

It was a bit slow at times, but overall I really enjoyed this series! It was definitely a unique take on the post apocalyptic genre. Lauren Fortgang did a great job with the performance too! I can definitely recommend this series as one of the best values in the genre!

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  • Matthew
  • SEATTLE, WA, United States
  • 2017-11-29

Yet another end of times journey.

OK, I admit my headline is not totally compelling, but either is this rather long dystopian journey. Granted it is a compendium, but man, from one capture/drama/escape to another, and it never seems to end.
All that said, Lauren does a wonderful job of capturing the inner thoughts of our hero, who, as it turns out, is a very resourceful young woman.
The descriptions of how people are dealing, the various situations they find themselves dragged into, all have a high degree of probability, and in total make for a solid offering.
It is long, and sometimes a bit tedious, but worth the credit.

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