Gray by David Kettlehake is here!
The Storm struck five years ago as a monstrous waterfall pounding the world. Entire cities vanished underwater, lakes grew and merged into oceans. Glaciers shrank, and mountains melted. People changed…
Grays, vicious creatures that were once human know only hunger. They hunt Scout and her group of friends mercilessly. Even more terrifying is that Scout and everyone still alive knows their own transformation is inevitable.
When Scout’s change begins, she realizes that hers is different and that the burden of humanity’s survival is now on her shoulders. To save her friends and everyone she loves, she must find a cure. If she dies, our world dies with her.
Gray caught my attention from the very first chapter. Author Kettlehake did a great job developing his characters and creating a plot that really jerks the reader into it. From start to finish, my attention was held. The descriptions are pitch-perfect in this novel too! I think this is an excellent addition to the YA market and definitely recommend putting this as your next read.
Author David Kettlehake’s fascination with reading began at a very young age. Even though his father was a minister and his mother was a social worker, and money was tight, his parents never said no to books. He still vividly remembers reading under the covers at night with a flashlight while listening for the footfalls of his parents telling him (for the last time!) to go to sleep.
The first book he ever checked out of a library was Robert A. Heinlein’s Rocket Ship Galileo, back in elementary school. But as often as not, he could be found reading an Alistair MacClean thriller or horror short stories from H.P. Lovecraft. Science fiction and fantasy novels came later, and even now, the books he picks up are from genres all across the board.
For the most part, his protagonists are ordinary people caught up in events outside their control, forcing them to overcome their own fears and shortcomings in order to succeed…or survive.
He deeply believes that reading should be fun and pleasurable and that when you finish one of his books, you breathe a deep, satisfied sigh and wish there were just a few more pages.
David and his wonderful wife, Lisa, have three terrific kids, Nikki, Aaron, and Ian. He and his wife live in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio. They love traveling here and abroad and seeing the world, which is why his stories tend to gravitate outside of the U.S.
His third novel, the YA dystopian thriller GRAY, is out now through Brother Mockingbird Publishing.
Please visit his website at www.davidkettlehake.com, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org You can also follow Author David Kettlehake on Twitter or Facebook. You can also check-out his publisher at: www.brothermockingbird.org AND you can listen to David’s radio interview here!