Thursday, 28 March 2013

#17 Grey Boy by Denise Mathew

The synopsis of Grey Boy is seriously interesting. Thank You Denise for the books. :D

Check out the cover and synopsis of Grey Boy down below. :D

It takes one second to detonate a bomb, one week to discover your father is a murderer and one brutal beating to know your life will never be the same again. This is the story of what comes after.
Len George knows from personal experience what society does to the son of murderer, he has the scars to prove it. So in the six years after his father’s death, Len, now eighteen, has worked hard to stay on the fringe of society and away from the shadows of his father’s actions.
When Maddy Kelley's mother died of a brain tumor she wanted to throw herself into the grave too, because ten-year-old girls aren’t supposed to watch their mother die from cancer. Years later, and after many personal struggles, Maddy finally seems to have a handle on her life.
When Len and Maddy’s paths cross, they surprisingly find a mutual connection, and love that begins to heal the scars of their painful pasts. But when their personal tragedies are forced back into the open and all their secrets are revealed, Len and Maddy have a choice to make, move forward into the future, or drown in the past.
Grey Boy is a story about the unheard victims, the people who are left behind when a member of their family commits an unspeakable crime.


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