Grey

Grey

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Grey Inspired By dressinggownmadness Completed

Highest Rank: #24 in mystery! 
                                                                        
  In the United States of America alone, as of 2016, there are reported to be over 3,500 cults still active with a total of 4 million members. Some cults are political, some are economical, others are religious.
                                        
  And some, are still undocumented to exist.
                                        
   After being abused her whole life by her strict Catholic parents, seventeen-year-old Elizabeth finally pushes them to breaking point because of her behavior and is forced to join an Academy that to the outside world, prides themselves on directing members to the right path of God.
                                        
  However, that couldn't be farther from the truth as the Academy isn't an Academy at all--but a cult, and the members have been brainwashed and abused into perfection. 
                
   As she fights to be unshackled from the cult's mind-controlling, immoral ways, Elizabeth soon discovers that once you enter Cross Academy, you can never get out without losing who you are. 
                
   This is her story. 
                                        
                   
                            ~Inspired By True Events~
                                          
                                   @ImmunteToLife - "You're really talented, I swear. The way you make me (or us readers) feel like we're in the same room as them! good work!
            
            @makeuplover_007 - "My mouth is literally hanging open."
            
            @youcancallmeaka - "This is getting intense now!"
                                  
            @VintageVivien - I'm literally in a pool of my own tears - Stop making me cry!!"
            
            @nature_blitz - "Iam not easily impressed, but upon reading GREY, this I can say. You have a gift of being a great story teller and a really good writer. keep it up."

JettaFrame JettaFrame Sep 05
Also, the blurb. I recommend including an excerpt from your book that is haunting, and a shorter idea of the themes in your book. Being blatantly honest, the first three paragraphs of the blurb held my interest, and then after that I started drifting off. Recommend shorter
Oliver8 Oliver8 Sep 22
That's a truly beautiful quote. It works quite well with the title.
aaryrao aaryrao Oct 10
Amazing quote and quite related to the title. Also gives a sense of intrigue and curiosity.