Greyson Gray

Deadfall, The Greyson Gray Series Volume 3

Children - Action
405 Pages
Reviewed on 06/26/2015
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Author Biography

B.C. Tweedt lives in North Liberty, Iowa with his beautiful wife, Julie. Because he can be a big kid at times, even at the age of 31, he enjoys hanging with other kids. He taught literature and history at a private middle school, but now focuses on writing, volunteering at a youth group, and mentoring boys in his free time. There is nothing he loves more than seeing kids grow in wisdom and character. The characters in the Greyson Gray series are a conglomeration of many of the real personalities and humors he knows and interacts with on a daily basis. Because of this, kids feel the characters are authentic and relatable.

B.C. Tweedt has plans for a fairly long series, following Greyson as he grows up in an increasingly divided and threatening world. B.C. has thoroughly enjoyed brainstorming ideas for this series while running, listening to epic movie soundtracks, and researching in exotic places like the Bahamas.

B.C. encourages you to visit GreysonGray.com or to email him at greysongraybooks@gmail.com to find out more!

    Book Review

Reviewed by Sarah Scheele for Readers' Favorite

In Greyson Gray: Deadfall, the third installment in the Greyson Gray young adult thriller series, B.C. Tweedt scores a winner. When young Greyson’s friends, including love interest Sydney, are sent aboard a cruise ship to the Caribbean for safety from the new terrorist-driven nation of Pluribus, Greyson is left to fend for himself. On the run from his nemesis, the sinister Orion, and battling ever-growing worries about his missing father, Greyson plunges into a world of tragedy, courage, and friendship as he races through battle lines and wild forests in an effort to reunite with those dear to him. Meanwhile, bound for the Bahamas, Sam, Jarryd, Nick, and Sydney, accompanied by their new Australian friend Avery, uncover a sinister plot and find themselves stranded with only their wits to save them.

Greyson Gray: Deadfall is exciting, gritty action at its best. The cast of Greyson’s friends forms a realistic, often comedic backdrop to ease tension from the intense moments in Greyson’s adventures. The writing is supple and thought provoking, with well crafted storytelling that draws readers in with edge-of–your-seat thrills and a romance that lends sweet touches to the harsh and often poignant backdrop. The action is punctuated with deeper messages and questions about society’s most vulnerable members - its children. B.C. Tweedt is a talented writer at the top of his game. Ambiance, exotic sets, sinking ships, loyal dogs, and even a hurricane thrown in —Tweedt pulls out all the stops. A chilling read highly likely to please fans of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D or Tomorrowland.