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The House of Grey- Volume 1 by [Earl, Collin]
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Length: 150 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 591 KB
  • Print Length: 150 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: SilverStone Books (March 8, 2012)
  • Publication Date: March 8, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007IP9844
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This series is pretty good. It has you guessing from the beginning and leaves you wondering what happened to the main character. Who managed a seeming amazing feet for his young age. Winning a scholarship in a ritzy upper crust school isn't just unusual if your from the upper crust its practically unheard of. Things are quite what they seem when we meet up with the main character. Who doesn't even remember who he is.

The truely bad thing is the book just stops. It comes to no conculsion that will inevitably be further explained. It just abruptly ENDS. Which is why I gave the story 3 stars and not more. It doesn't wind down it just looks as if someone just took the first third of this book and sold it off. Its not a trilogy more the first of 3 pieces to one puzzle.
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Who is Monson Grey? What makes him so special? Isn't he the guy whose life appears so boring that his new friend, Casey, insists that HE is actually the star in Monson's life story? Better plan for a rewrite of that script, Casey, because Monson's life actually has all of the action and plot twists of an epic, blockbuster movie!

What mysteries await at Coren University (actually a legendary high school)? What or who is a Horum Vir? Why does Monson have no idea who he is or what he is capable of doing? What makes him so attractive to the most gorgeous and talented girls at the school despite his scarred face is what his best friends would love to know!

The House of Grey captivated my entire family right from the start. We have a large household with a wide variety of interests and talents. From tweens - adults, this podcast had us hanging on every word, and the book itself doesn't disappoint. The exciting blend of mystery, action, and drama with a hint of romance and lightly seasoned with references to popular culture leaves you hungry for more at the end of each chapter.

The dialogue between the characters is bright and witty, and their complex personalities always hint at even more depth than you've already discovered. Secrets and mysteries abound, and it is fun to try to guess where Collin Earl is headed with each new revelation. The author also vividly describes the setting without slowing down the action which is quite an accomplishment!

The House of Grey, volume 1, is the first installment of the legendary House of Grey podcast which lasted 42 episodes. Due to popular demand, Collin Earl serialized his 300,000+ word original work into six volumes, and with the next installment already in production, you won't have to wait long to learn what happens next and to meet more fascinating characters!
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I am writing this same review for all the the "House of Grey" volumes because, in reality, it's just a single book.

First off, I am disappointed by the way this was split up into volumes -- talk about nickle and diming your audience. At 3-4 dollars per "book" you end up spending about $19 total. No other kindle edition of a book out there costs anywhere as close to this much for the same amount of story.

Secondarily, the story moved way, way too slow and then EXPLODED neat the end with scene after scene of super saiyan power ups. The progress of Monson's power could have been much better spread out through the book, far less cryptic, and thus more fulfilling.

Finally, the end of the 6th volume was such a let down. So, so very much was unanswered from any of the previous volumes and tons of new questions were tossed out there willy-nilly.

If all six of these volumes got put back together as the first of a series and the price hit < $6, I'd recommend it. But based on what I've seen here, I've gotta be harsh in my rating for the amount of upset and disappointment I feel.
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I kept reading the sequels, waiting to figure out what was going on, and it just got weirder and weirder.
Riveting opening, not sure I enjoyed the series. And it didn't really end in a satisfying manner, but I don't know that I'd keep reading another sequel series.
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A very slow read. Takes forever for anything to happen and apparently this book is a series so you have to get more books to know what happens. I would like to read other books just to know what is going on but only if they are free.
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I was looking for something new when I came accross this orginally, and boy did I get it. This was originally a podcast. I could hardly wait week to week for the episodes. It was fantastic. Its even better to read. Collin is a very talented writer. I would recomend this to anyone.
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The content was exciting, mysterious, but unfortunately this "buy" is incomplete. It drops off right at an interesting point (cliff-hanger style). The three teenage boys (our "horem vir" and two foils) at an exclusive, prestigious boarding school are just getting to know each other when Volume 1 ends with "as the sight he was now witnessing left him speechless."
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Just couldn't get drawn into plot. Lead character usual brilliant, talented, though physically scarred, hero. Two happy, clowning friends; typical type of love interests, challenges to overcome. Could have used some evil twists for tension.
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