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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In the top Gtay second part of the book dealt with the road trip the two guys had to take to get back to the Blue States and safety, and this was the part of the book I liked the best.
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. I skimmed through most of their techno-jibber-jabber and went straight to the good stuff. The relationship between Matt and James well done, full of tension and the sex is hot.
If it sounds like political satire, it is not. A Gay Dystopian Love Story?
I loved the Grandpas, all the tech references, James’ enhancements, Miz, basically the entire mission, and the humor, humor, humor. Too Stupid to Live. He never expected to have to retrieve his high school crush, aka the guy who ostracized him for being gay. 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. The different factions and the different divisions between the warring groups each had their own title and I often got confused as to who was being referred to throughout the course of the book.
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But I loved the story of James and Matt and I really enjoyed the humour interwoven throughout. View all 28 comments.
My issues with this book all stem from my dislike of th I think I am in the minority when I say that this wasn’t my favorite book by Anne Tenino. Honestly I had trouble remembering which was which the entire time.
Was she their… child? One problem the men face is that James was subject to a military experiment and implanted with some sort of unknown devices that is affecting his brain. And major props to having a MC with a prosthetic leg. Both Matt and James were believable heroes, and I was geniunely invested in their journey. Catalyzed by her discovery of LGBTQ romance, Anne Tenino left the lucrative fields of art history, non-profit fundraising, and domestic engineering in that order to follow her dream of become a starving romance author.
Somethings that were bad with it: Task Force Iota 1. The only problem I had with this story was the confusion I felt in the beginning. I think James empathic implant could have been an easy way for an author to skip some stages in their getting closer, but instead of solving problems of communication, it created additional doubts and longing.
You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: All the best qualities. Maybedog rated it it was amazing Shelves: Cherry Picker Blue Line Hockey 7. Raised on a steady media diet of Monty Python, classical music and the visual arts, Anne Tenino rocked the mental health world when she was the first patient diagnosed with Compulsive Romantic Disorder.
I loved Matt’s voice right from the start in the prologue and he and James interacted so tenink together. But more and more things are changing for him because of the chip and I am very curious to see what the next book will bring as far as the plot since it seems it will probably develop more ahne sci fi storyline.
I admit having to read a few things one too many times before coming to grips with this annne but I got there i 3.
18% Gray (Task Force Iota, #1) by Anne Tenino
Inthe United States had been divided into two parts following a civil war – Red and Blue. He also has to deal with his growing psychic abilities that make him a huge asset as they confront many obstacles. The story gets intense a few times, but even then it is funny and clever.
In the future the US is divided into Red States and Blue States who have warred over political issues that have divided the country in two.
The main characters had little personality of their own, and thus no chemistry together. I thought the story would detail Matt going in to save James and the tdnino he fought to ensure Ayala made it back safely.
The world building is fascinating. There were many of little problems thrown into the mix to keep it complex. She really hits that sweet spot between tender and rough, loving and aggressive, that works very well for me.
Review: 18% Gray by Anne Tenino
I liked tha 4. I don’t like the romance genre in any media. Overall, I’ll give this a 2. This time the job is more personal because i I love characters that are snarky. Okay, some of the tenion words threw me off, but that’s it!
The world building was ok, it was an interesting look at an alternative USA, with a big gap between the conservative states and the more liberal ones.