Kindle Edition é Grey PDF/EPUB Á

Kindle Edition  é Grey PDF/EPUB Á
    Kindle Edition é Grey PDF/EPUB Á story follows the journey of accepting cultural differences, and learning to love for what s within, rather than for what s on the outside It is also a story about coming of age as a young adult, and establishing one s self identity in a world where stereotypes, racism, and prejudices warp the perceptions of other people, especially groups that are outside of mainstream American society Against preexisting stereotypes, the characters fight for the right to define themselves, rather than accept how others choose to define them This story is not just about race or romance, but raises social questions and values that everyone can relate to, no matter what cultural group they belong to."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 269 pages
  • Grey (Book One)
  • Aundrea Ascencio
  • 01 September 2019

Grey (Book One)❮Read❯ ➳ Grey (Book One) Author Aundrea Ascencio – Essayreview.co.uk There was something freakish about Eric Chandler If black clothing, heavy metal music, and a general apathy toward humanity didn t turn Chantel off, then stalking was definitely a deal breaker Chantel There was something freakish about Eric Chandler If black clothing, heavy metal music, and a general apathy toward humanity didn t turn Chantel off, then stalking was definitely a deal breaker Chantel s life was perfect before Eric shoved himself into it, and she is desperate to keep it that way Eric couldn t agree Chantel is a risk he s never had the courage to take, and he s built a philosophy on staying away from her kind But staying away from her is harder than he counted on, and that is starting to become a problem Or rather a beautiful disaster waiting to happen, when loving someone is a choice between who you really are and the person she makes you want to be Grey is an interracial romance between a troubled Caucasian man who is involved in a white supremacist brotherhood, and an African American woman, who is an honors student and obsessive perfectionist The story follows the journey of accepting cultural differences, and learning to love for what s within, rather than for what s on the outside It is also a story about coming of age as a young adult, and establishing one s self identity in a world where stereotypes, racism, and prejudices warp the perceptions of other people, especially groups that are outside of mainstream American society Against preexisting stereotypes, the characters fight for the right to define themselves, rather than accept how others choose to define them This story is not just about race or romance, but raises social questions and values that everyone can relate to, no matter what cultural group they belong to.


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10 thoughts on “Grey (Book One)

  1. says:

    Can I just say that these new authors are putting out excellent work I m not even seeing the usual first time author typos and editing issues any Let me just say this book is probably one of the most realistic portrayals of a racist and how white supremacy plays out in society There is no doubt that Eric is a hardcore racist and he makes no apologies about his superiority over everyone even poor Whites His superiority is challenged when his Black classmate Chantal gets a higher grade in Can I just say that these new authors are putting out excellent work I m not even seeing the usual first time author typos and editing issues any Let me just say this book is probably one of the most realistic portrayals of a racist and how white supremacy plays out in society There is no doubt that Eric is a hardcore racist and he makes no apologies about his superiority over everyone even poor Whites His superiority is challenged when his Black classmate Chantal gets a higher grade in his physics class Chantal becomes an obsession and believe this obsession is not a romance, he even thinks about ways he could hurt her or enact revenge against her Eric s obsession with her eventually turns into admiration then love but Chantal is definitely not feeling him This is truly a character study of how does a young white kid become such a hardcore racist skinhead The author goes into his back story where you can see how his isolation and bullying made him into who he became She doesn t even make him drop dead gorgeous or your typical love interest he s described like the average goth kid you went to school with but paid no attention too While it would be considered a romance it s so muchthan just a romance There is so many discussions you could have with others on so many topics the author brings up to justice system bias, black guilt in a white world This author honestly takes you on a journey Now this book ends with a happily for now ending but it definitely needs a part 2 I need to know what happens when both sets of parents find out about their decision, how does Chantal deal with Eric s racism and bias towards others cause he was still freely okay with the N word, how does Chantal adjust to being apart of his lily white world I have so many lingering questions..I highly recommend this book I m glad I gave this author a chance

  2. says:

    MehAnnoying I don t know what I was thinking paying for it frankly I should have expected the usual girl of color being the catalyst for a racist s watered down redemption The usual he s rich can do what he wants The usual girl getting physically violated The dopey responses to horrible behavior It was moderately grating to the end I think this was written for people with a fetish for racism The ending dis not improve my view I kinda want my money back But it s unfair to do that to so MehAnnoying I don t know what I was thinking paying for it frankly I should have expected the usual girl of color being the catalyst for a racist s watered down redemption The usual he s rich can do what he wants The usual girl getting physically violated The dopey responses to horrible behavior It was moderately grating to the end I think this was written for people with a fetish for racism The ending dis not improve my view I kinda want my money back But it s unfair to do that to someone who worked hard on something C est la viePS This phrase You know, black people can be racist too sometimes, Mia pointed out You should get to know him a little better before you judge Usually made by bigot sympathizers

  3. says:

    It started out really strong I loved the fact that the story dug into the white supremacy topic It was a great coming of age story I really wanted to give this book 5 stars and I would have if not for the last few chapters and the ending The author introduced a major conflict into the storyline towards the end and then left it unresolved I believe this is a new author and I look forward to readingof their work in the future.

  4. says:

    review to come review to come

  5. says:

    I really don t know what to think about this book I really didn t like either main character, the entire relationship was confusing to me The ending left me scratching my head, you had this major drama with her mother that is never explained and the final decision Chantel makes to move forward with him I kept looking at the page count, thinking there should bechapters coming and nothing..lol.

  6. says:

    Not quite what I expected This book had a lot going on I appreciated the realism and this was no love at first sight book However i am not sure i buy the characters being in love at all It just didnt sit well with me Some scenes could have been cut from the book and then there are those that we needed Like one minute the hero and heroine are cursing each other out and the next they love each other It just seemed illogical It wouldn t be a book i would recommend.

  7. says:

    I hated the male lead he was racist and only stalked the female lead because she beat him in a class He then became obsessed with her It s a really good read.

  8. says:

    Not sure about this one I ll admit the premise was interesting but there were just too many huh moments for me Your a racist one moment and now you are not, oh yeah and now you want me the black chick My friend just drops me off at a crazy party where I m drugged and almost raped Oh yeah and my love interest just screwed not one but two women but yet I do not call an Uber and get the hell out of there And did they just hang a black women during his I want out of the racist club me Not sure about this one I ll admit the premise was interesting but there were just too many huh moments for me Your a racist one moment and now you are not, oh yeah and now you want me the black chick My friend just drops me off at a crazy party where I m drugged and almost raped Oh yeah and my love interest just screwed not one but two women but yet I do not call an Uber and get the hell out of there And did they just hang a black women during his I want out of the racist club meeting Can somebody follow up on that And I did not like the heroine Not sure I m reading the 2nd book Its obvious that s when all the shit will hit the fan but I m not sure I care

  9. says:

    I missed itDidn t know when they fell in love I didn t understand the relationship in the beginning of the book she she was smart with a take no crap attitude when it came to him and his mess then she got soft the drinking with people she didn t know at this weird party he is a skin head tht you did really catch until just near the end it s a just mishmash of unfinished stories I mean please and I spent money on this save your money and oh yeah they fall in love REALLy

  10. says:

    Good ReadI liked this book We got to see the characters grow I would have likedtime with the characters, together We didn t get to enjoy them together until almost half through They know each other and see each other but I wanted to grow to love them as a couple By the time that was starting to happen, I was literally finished with the book Overall, I liked it.

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