The Grays

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Tom Doherty Associates, Apr 1, 2007 - Fiction - 336 pages

In the #1 New York Times bestselling tradition of Communion, Whitely Strieber returns with a terrifying novel of alien occupation

We are not alone. Millions of people are confronting aliens that authorities say do not exist.

Meet the Three Thieves, a group of Grays assigned to duty in a small Kentucky town. They have been preparing a child for generations. Innocent Conner Callaghan will face the ultimate terror as he struggles to understand who he has been bred to be, and what he must do to save humanity. Colonel Michael Morax strives to keep the secret of the Grays from the public for reasons so sinister, yet believable, that they read like truth. And Lauren Glass, government "empath" to the last surviving captive Gray, known only as B for Bob, has a unique ability to communicate with this captive Gray. But when B for Bob suddenly escapes the highly secure underground Air Force facility that he's been captive in for years, a frantic race begins, as the government must outmaneuver the Grays to keep the secret of their presence intact.

The Grays is a mind-bending journey behind the curtain of secrecy that surrounds the subject of aliens, written by the field's great master, Whitley Strieber. If you've never so much as thought about the subject before, this book will make you think deeply, not only about the mystery of who the Grays are, but who exactly we are.

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User Review  - BlondeBibliophile - LibraryThing

The content of this book was quite interesting, but the book still seemed to act like a double dose of Tylenol PM. I think this is largely due to the fact that this novel is very poorly written. The structure of the book is just awful. Read full review

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User Review  - Michael_P - LibraryThing

In an attempt to cover everything, Strieber manages to only skim many of the issues and themes of the novel. Characters emotions are unrealistic; there seems to be no degrees of emotions, i.e ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
3
Section 3
14
Section 4
41
Section 5
55
Section 6
63
Section 7
68
Section 8
72
Section 19
202
Section 20
207
Section 21
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Section 22
226
Section 23
240
Section 24
247
Section 25
258
Section 26
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Section 9
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Section 10
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Section 11
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Section 12
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Section 13
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Section 14
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Section 15
141
Section 16
161
Section 17
177
Section 18
191
Section 27
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Section 28
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Section 29
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Section 30
306
Section 31
313
Section 32
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Section 33
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Section 34
349
Section 35
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About the author (2007)

WHITLEY STRIEBER is the author of over twenty novels and works of nonfiction among them The Wolfen, The Hunger, Communion, and The Coming Global Superstorm (with Art Bell), which was the inspiration for the film The Day After Tomorrow.

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