Dr. Nils Rasmussen
The 1st of the 11 hours sort of dragged on but once you're past the beggining of the book, it really takes off. Anyone who is interested (even mildly) in aliens/UFOs will find this book absolutely riveting.
Whitley paints a masterful piece of "fiction" in this tale of a boy and some Aliens. If you are into the paranormal or just wonder " what if?" you need to hear this.
The narration is also excellent. each character has their own tone, speed and pitch to make it easy to identify who is speaking or thinking.
I wasn't sure what to expect from a book called The Grays. He could've been just about anything alien related. That being said this book is a composite of UFO rumour lore and conspiracy theory. It was most enjoyable!
SciFi crazy! Geek! Love my dog, Dylan! Was never a good reader, then I discovered Audible and topics that interested me. Generally SciFi, b
Man, The Grays is a terrific sci-fi story.
After I was done I just wanted more. More to learn about the Grays.
They did end up making some movies, but of course always read the books first.
At 60 years old with the heart of a kid. Today, I decided to actually post some reviews for the very first time. I have been using Audible for many years now. Maybe if you like my selections that means your into the same books as I am into and I will read your selections if that's possible now, to share someone else's book list?
The idea of the Grays being these super evolved human architects is a wicked concept. I'm a military man, so I was delighted to have a connection with that component in the book.
This is not the type of book I typically listen to/read but I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was very exciting and well acted. The narrator did a great job.
The book is a great story told with interesting dialog. If your interested in the subject I highly reccomend, very intertaining
I really dug this book and I highly recommend it. When I wasn't listening to it, I was thinking about it. There was no lull in the pacing. The imagery was very well written, and played out like cinema in my mind. But I SWEAR, if anyone tries to make a movie out of this one, I will "Stewie" slap their *$$!! I tried to watch the "Communion" movie online ('cuz I could find the audiobook/ebook) and I fell asleep on it, it was so dull. Despite classic Christopher Walken acting, it was poorly translated into a screenplay, even by Strieber, himself. I'd hate to see the same happen to this one. Anyway, "The Grays" was memorable, and left me wanting more of the story, but satisfied with the ending. Now I'm ready for "Hybrids." Altho Strieber's new book isn't noted as a sequel to this book, I hope it throws back to it.