A Grey is a being that embodies the worst fears of all living creatures. They are massive, muscular and hairless, with black eyes that shimmer like pools of oil. Predators flee in terror at the site of them; prey cowers in hopes they will be ignored. For eons they have lived only to cause death and destruction but when one falls captive to human emotions, everything changes… Grey is an epic saga set in a world where fear dominates everyone’s lives. It tells the story of one such creature who unexpectedly becomes ensnared by love and kindness, turning him against his own kind for the first time ever. This stirring tale explores what it means to be different, what it means to be afraid – and ultimately reveals our common humanity even in the face of monstrous evil.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people who love science fiction and fantasy.
- This book is a fantastic Sci-Fi read
- It’s full of action and adventure
- The characters are well developed
- It is very long, at 814 pages
- It can be slow in parts
- The ending may not be to everyone’s liking
Learn more about the author
Ronald Kinsella is a writer, musician and artist. He has worked in radio and television production, and currently resides in Ireland with his wife and two young children. Grey is his first novel.
“Absolutely amazing! This is one of the best books I have read in a long time!”
“Ronald Kinsella has created a truly original and compelling world in GREY. The characters are richly drawn and the plot is fast-paced, with plenty of suspense and unexpected twists. This novel is an excellent read for anyone who loves dark fantasy or science fiction.”
“Grey is a spellbinding story that I could not put down. The characters are richly drawn and the plot is compelling. This book has it all – action, adventure, suspense and romance.”
“Grey is a beautifully written and engaging story with something for everyone. At heart it’s a love story, but there’s adventure, mystery and suspense too, all set against a vividly imagined background world of fear and terror. I raced through it in two days; I simply couldn’t put it down.”