In a future where the United States has split along party lines, Agent Matt Tennimore’s job is to get people out of the Confederated Red States. Read 18% Gray by Anne Tenino by Anne Tenino by Anne Tenino for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Read “18% Gray” by Anne Tenino with Rakuten Kobo. In a future where the United States has split along party lines, Agent Matt Tennimore’s job is to get people.

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This is set in a dystopian America where the states have been divided into red and blue party lines: My only points off is that Matt, early on in the book, figures out how to shut James out from exploring his mind. I love some sci fi in my books. There is antagonism but it’s wrapped up in a tremendous amount of chemistry.

Return to Book Page. Obviously James can communicate with Miz but it was so much fun to see Miz interacting with Matt because Miz had its own way of getting things across. Matt was sent on a mission to extract James from Idaho a red state where he was re-educated for being gay. Is James really a good bet when he’s got a ticking time bomb in his brain and there’s the question of how much he’s actually changed?

A little confusing in the begining due to the futuristic setting – but it might be because english isnt my first language and i do not understand some of the references to American goverment and geography.

I was captivated by the story right from the start but I was just a tad confused on some things regarding the lay of the land, new tech stuff, the different organizations, etc. Did it make you laugh or cry? It comes down to two simple bits of dialouge that are repeated throughout the story; “Th’ fuck.


There’s a bit of teasing about a new possible couple, with a forced separation, a story I would LOVE to read in the future.

We Also Recommend 19 Feb. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Giggled in ggray a few places the ‘think I swallowed a bug’ was seriously an lol moment This is one of my favorite tropes and I thought it was done very well here. I don’t like her. The opening scene is a real jolt. I have listen twice and I still don’t understand. Lack any sort of Worldbuilding.

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View all 6 comments. Great alt history premise, wrapped in bad plot. These problems didn’t deter me from the story or my enjoyment of it. I found the sci-fi elements to be confusing I kept getting the branches of the military mixed-up and a bit on the dull side. Item s unavailable for purchase. He has been called in for an assignment: The divisions of the states, while I’m sure has been done before in other media, seemed fresh to me, and I thought it was executed well.

Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. Remember me on this computer. And other small things like that. Matt is aware that James has an implant as a result of military experimentation, but is unaware as to how much this is affecting James and what is actually happening with the implant now – it is giving him different abilities and skills, and is obviously quite frightening.

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Come Unto These Yellow Sands. Whenever I thought I was starting to like the characters, they did or said something that didn’t seem to go with the situation or state of mind. And the basic idea and occasional funny moments weren’t enough to make it a good read. The book itself did not disappoint as far as originality is concerned. Jun 24, Boyd rated it did not like it. It had everything I love to read in books. This is a futuristic world where the U. Sep 14, Heller graay it really liked it Shelves: A few minor quibbles, which bring my score to 4.


We appreciate your feedback. I think that, if there is a sequel, it may be beneficial to have a list either at the beginning or the end of the book showing what each group was so the reader could refer to it and have a better grasp of the story. The side characters were over the top and one-dimensional; uninteresting at best, and unbearably annoying at ttenino worst.

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Aug 04, V rated it really liked it. It took me a little over 12 hours to read it eCover to eCover. They felt very connectedlike her characters in all of her books tend to feel to me.

Or hell, even “What the fuck. James who is now out of the closet, struggles with some guilt and finds himself trying to prove his worth and make amends. No one else mentions this. I was surprised that I enjoyed the story so much. Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below!

I think James empathic implant could have been an easy way for an author to tenijo some stages in their getting closer, but instead of solving problems of communication, it created additional doubts and longing. There were distinct parts to the book – the first part of the book dealt with the division of the USA and all that went with it.

Would she ever grow up? Thank you for signing up! I am so confused.