Shades of Grey By Edward Grey my untold story02:54:00
Edwards life as a young man will unfold throughout the book with his story.
People reading from the pages, are already connecting, with Edward, and his beautiful story.
This book was written to open peoples hearts, to what love is, finding love...its also about pain and sorry, dealing with loss. Also dealing with secrets, abuse, that can tear a family apart.
The book has so many elements to it.
A learning tool for young adults, and most likely a lot of older ones also.
The story incredibly heart felt, you will immediately fall in love with Edward and connect with him and his story.
It was written in a way to tell a story, that could be so many peoples own story when it comes to dealing with all of these things. The co-author has also used some of her and others own personal events, and incorporated them into the book.
You will, cry, you will laugh, your emotions will come alive by this incredible story told through the eyes of Edward Grey.
We are already writing the second book, the follow on to this one, a book you will not be able to put down. It will be rated R because of the honest sexual content when it comes to sexuality. The books are written with emotional honesty and very descriptive but at the same time we are dealing with sensitive issues which can relate to millions around the world.
My father Mathew E Grey, a self made man, a billionaire, who could silence an entire room when he walked through a door.
There were those who feared, him, then those who worshiped him, and then those he just plain intimidated, for me he did none of those things.
I had grown up respecting my father and also challenging him, maybe that's why he didn't scare me, or intimidate me, like he did so many others.
Now i was to uncover his deepest darkest secret, and my world was about to change forever.
I was to learn, i had no idea who my father really was..
♦Meaning of "shades of grey" -Cambridge English Dictionary shades of grey› the fact of it not being clear in a situation what is right and wrong: a straightforward choice between good and evil, with no shades of grey. ♦