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Grey Eyes (The Forever Trilogy Book 1) by [Ramey, Quinteria, Alston, Brandon]
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Length: 249 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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More than 100,000 sales, thanks so much!!!!!!!!!!!

I am anxiously waiting for the next installment to come out.  I just have to find out what happens in the end.<br>--Gothic Mom's Book Reviews<br><br>I am really hoping that they won't wait a year to publish the next book of the trilogy.  You should definitely give this one a try. --Teen Kindle Books<br><br>I absolutely loved the book. A 5 star review. --Amy Jones, book blogger and author of Soul Quest<br><br>All I can say is WOW!  I was completely taken by surprise on this book!  It was a very easy to read and I had a hard time putting it down. --Julie, The Readiacs<br><br>I would recommend it for teens most definitely. -- Erin, I Heart Books<br><br>I really really enjoyed this book.  Right in the beginning you get hooked.  There is so much going on and so many mysteries to unwind! --Amber I, Awesomesauce Book Club

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  • File Size: 683 KB
  • Print Length: 249 pages
  • Publication Date: March 27, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004UGM69S
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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Grey Eyes was an amazing story that put me under a spell. I found myself reading much later into the night than I meant to. Ana was a heroine who had spirit. The love triangle rivals Edward, Jacob, and Bella. I can't wait for the next book.

The only negative about the story was a very bad editing job. Several times it was difficult to decipher the true meaning of a passage due to missing words or words that were misplaced. There were also some formatting issues, but these are easily overlooked. The lack of good editing however really took away from the story.
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I bought this book because 1) it was cheap and 2) there were plenty of reviews proclaiming its greatness. However as I read, I kept noticing how shallow each character was and how unrealistic certain aspects were. I felt like the story was written by a 15 year-old about a 15 year-old, granted a talented 15 year-old who can write. For instance, the main character, Ana, goes from having a troubled relationship with her mother to absolutely loving her (most teens do not understand and forgive their parents completely in the snap of a finger without any hard feeling or inner turmoil). Also I found myself disliking the shallowness of Ana, herself. One moment she's silly school girl admiring the cliche blonde hair, blue eyed boy and the next she's viciously attacking her grandmother and running away. She, in my mind, is way too childish, and coming from someone only a few years older than 15, it shouldn't be that noticeable. Also Darren, the love attraction apparently has a reputation for sleeping around, mind you at 15, which he decides to change for Ana. The attempt at making him a bad boy fails even though the constant mention of the vast number of girls he's slept with (at 15), and his sudden change seems unrealistic. The banter between the two lovers is also stereotypical and banal because of its lack or originality. Overall, I felt like there was a lot of jumping around when the author tried to either develop plot or characters, transitions are key, and more depth would've added to making the story line realistic and relatable.
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So I just got into a funk of reading teen books, and when I bought this one, I was greatly disappointed. I felt like there was very little character development (on ANY character, main or otherwise), and many random ideas, like the authors just thought "oh, we've got vampires, lets make the main character a witch! oh but thats not cool enough, lets make her reincarnate herself, and suggest that she loves a vampire. oh, and she's not any old witch, lets make her a super powerful angel witch!" The book jumped itself on many ideas, not fully explaining them, and I'm sure the authors meant to explain later, but later never came. I'm still confused as to many of the reasons for things happening. I have no idea who Genevive is or why she's not developed any more until the end of the book (and by developed, I mean mentioned as standing off to the side. THIS WOMAN ERASED ANA'S MEMORIES! WHO IS SHE?) And why Ana needs to run away every ten pages to see Tristan, I cant quite grasp. She's supposed to be the original witch, reincarnated for the past however many centuries, and one of the arch-angels "like Michael or Gabriel" and even after she finds all of this out, she cant summon a backbone. I bought the second book, hoping that maybe the time they spent writing the second book gave them better ideas and ability, and I find myself avoiding it; doing Calculus homework is more desirable than an escape to my fantasy book world. Halfway through the second book, I still don't know even the main character, not to mention either of her boys, or her best friend, or her mother or grandmother or anyone from the books. I'm very dissatisfied with this whole series, as far as I've gotten.
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For an easy read the plot was cute but that is all this series has going for it. One mistake in a book can be overlooked, however I could not manage to overlook the 30+ grammatical mistakes that I came across. If there is an author for this book I suggest he or she be fired- at the very least 95% of the mistakes in this series would have been spotted by spell/grammar check.

Overall, this series and its writing, was a huge disappointment to me. At the end of it I ended up feeling more stupid than when I began the books. There are better books out there and you are probably better off reading something else that had a little more time and effort poured into it.
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This book was good at the beginning and I really liked it but as the book progressed it just got dumber and dumber. The reactions to situations were completely ridiculous, the co main character, tristan i think, he kept telling himself not to do things and then doing them anyway for every decision he had to make. That got on my nerves. The main character couldn't follow her own path and just like everyone else walked the exact same path as all those before her. She made some incredibly stupid decisions and she was ridiculously predictable. The books concept was ok but the exicution was dreadful, predictable, and incredibly frustrating. All in all I wish I hadn't bought it and wouldn't urge you to do so. Don't waste you money or time on this book like me.
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