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World of Grey Reviews

World of Grey CoverIf you support Indie authors, please remember to leave a review of their work on your eBook distributor. It means a lot when a reader takes the time to leave their thoughts. These reviews for World of Grey made my week.

From Amazon:

Strong voice, fun characters and a nicely frantic plot unite in this punchy science-fiction novella. Sarge and his squad are mercenaries’ mercenaries, the kind of people you send in when you really don’t care who in the area lives or dies, so long as the job gets done. This time, the assignment is to go fetch an archaeological discovery. He’s expecting things to go to hell, and they do — but having got there, they keep going. It’s great fun, with plenty of charm, nicely differentiated characters, lots of twists and turns, and a dash of Lovecraftian goodness.

And another

An intriguing and energizing blend of comfortably nostalgiac and excitingly fresh elements gives this novella a unique and very satisfying feel. If I had to choose just one word to describe the experience it provides, that word would be “FUN”. The author is a master at crafting well-drawn characters and wittily engaging dialogue, and along the way treats us to a skillful build and release of tension. R.K. Athey steadily ratchets up the intensity as Sarge, a main character we can’t help but fall in love with, finds himself in one page-turning predicament after another. The rollicking sci-fi adventure builds to a rousing climax and deeply satisfying finale, leaving the reader eagerly hoping that this masterfully crafted thrill ride of a story is only the first of many to come. This riveting, incredibly entertaining work is, in the words of good ol’ Sarge, a thing of beauty. Do yourself a favor and check it out.

From iTunes

I definitely liked Athey’s first series, “New Moon Murders” and this new story was no exception to his wonderful writing trend. Keep’em coming!!!

From Smashwords

I’ll keep this short. This is a high action combat focused science fiction adventure that rocked! Loved every page and wanted more.

Thanks to everyone that took a few minutes to write a review. You folks are awesome.

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