Shades of Grey - Michael Cargill

*Book source ~ A review copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.


This anthology contains three fictional tales of suspense and nail-biting. Each is very different from the other, but they all kept me on the edge of my seat. Should you pick up this book be prepared for tension build-up.


Shades of Grey ~

John is some kind of British secret agent who gets caught and is tortured.


I was a bit confused at the beginning of this one, but it soon came together. Pretty good read and it left me wondering, but in a good way.


There and Back Again~

James is a British soldier in WWII and this story has nothing to do with Hobbits, Dwarves or a certain adventure.


This was my least favorite story of the three. It’s well-written, but history isn’t really my thing. It is interesting though.


Down the Rabbit Hole ~

This is about a boy named Tom and his stuffed rabbit named Borger, who does not carry a watch or proclaim he’s late.


Poor Tom! I hate his dad and I have to say he got what was coming to him though the school counselor got a bad deal. That stuffed rabbit of his is way creepy. What the hell?