About the Book
Despite the perks of living with her rich aunt, Ella’s new life in Napper, Indiana, is pretty much tragically boring.
Until Ella starts hearing strange voices.
As rogue wolves begin to stalk the edges of town and a serial killer with a penchant for silver bullets draws closer, the city of Napper seems to wake up.
Ella, with her new friends, Sam and Sarah, might be able to find out what the strange occurrences mean. Except that they’re all being pulled in different directions by people who love them; and some who don’t.
Before they lose their way to the whispers they hear from the past, or the call to a future they’re not sure they want to create, the friends will need to confront who they really are and figure out what’s hiding in the silence of their sleepy little town.
Grey Lore was a break from the typical genres I read, but it was an enjoyable break. I have to say that I got completely sucked into the story, especially nearing the end when all the pieces slowly started to come together. Fantasy, folklore, witches and werewolves … and an ending I didn’t see coming. Each character – both human and otherwise – were interesting to read about, and as the twists and turns kept coming, I kept getting more entranced. The only critique I will give is that the story was a bit long and drawn out in certain spots, but it did hold my interest all the way through. This was a very solid read and one I would recommend.