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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I sincerely hope that will come at some point. James went to high school with Matt and things didn’t end well for them back then. Jul 16, Lexi Ander rated it really liked it Shelves: I’m really looking forward to the next in the series.
James, while kind of severe sometimes and serious was an awesome character, too. He also has to deal with his growing psychic abilities that make him a huge asset as they confront many obstacles. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
But this is not about the politics of this future era but about a para-military outfit QESA that takes contracts from the Blue government to extract gays from the Red.
The side characters were over the top and one-dimensional; uninteresting at best, and unbearably annoying at their worst. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout.
Review: 18% Gray by Anne Tenino
That’s a surprise for Matt, and it’s awkward for James. There were some really funny lines in this section of the tenimo, and some hilarious scenes, most of which appeared to include ‘Miz’the horse that James could communicate with ‘Dr Doolittle’ style and which had helped them to escape, and then there was a strange character, Beni, who was a nymphomaniac nun!! Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. Main Characters were 23 and 25 years old respectfully.
Also, Tenuno is a “crotch rocket”? The main characters had little personality of their own, and thus no chemistry together. It’s much more complicated than that but easier to read it than explain it!
Review: 18% Gray by Anne Tenino – Under the Covers Book Blog
Realistic and sympathetic plot devices for emotional tension were completely skipped over, meanwhile shallowly manufactured ones were sprung into place down the road. She would go off on tangent in the middle of a description. Don’t expect a grim social commentary though, this book is just the opposite. Much of my problem was due to the narrative style, which I think tried to be humorous but which unfortunately came off as simplistic and silly. 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.
And I loved the friends they met along the way, especially Miz the “talking” horse and Beni the horny nun. I get easily distracted by pictures of sexy guys and have tons of book boyfriends. The United States has divided along party lines: At least, kind of. The story opens with a blow job. The first is the futuristic tale of a country divided along political lines. It felt like I needed to take notes in order to remember who was what.
Jan 05, Christina rated it really liked it Shelves: I stopped caring after having the third one step on the scene.
James who is now out of the closet, struggles with some guilt and finds himself trying to prov 3. Whenever Temino 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.
Sep 18, Susan rated it liked it. See if you have enough points for this item.
I did feel a connection between Tenkno and Matt even rgay the beginning and could definitely see how they can end up together and in love in such a short time. These problems didn’t deter me from the story or my enjoyment of it. The text flows nicely, descriptions are well done and reader input is needed, but not onerous for an average reader.
Less laugh out loud funny. For more reviews check out Sid’s blog 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?
18% Gray (Task Force Iota, #1) by Anne Tenino
We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. I will read the sequel Turning Tricksthough wish it were available as a physical book. I saw three key points that would set up for a nice book two, I think that they had a lot to say about annd trust is a big factor in a good lover, 0 genino 1 people found this review helpful. James who is now out of the closet, struggles with some guilt and finds himself yenino to prove his worth and make amends.
Will the author learn to edit her manuscripts and catch typos like using the word father when she meant farther? Rescuing James Ayala isn’t going to be easy: No trivia or quizzes yet. View all 18 comments. I am excited to read the next one though!
Raised on a steady media diet of Monty Python, classical music and grsy visual arts, Anne Tenino rocked the mental health world when she was the first patient diagnosed with Compulsive Romantic Disorder. He can also communicate with animals. I was too surprised at how it appeared in the scene, to find it funny. Full review is available on my blog Joyfully Jay.