Review: Ash Gray: Blurred Clarity by Andy Slayde

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Denise Alicea

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I found this book interestingly different. I enjoyed seeing the different sides to demons and angels and the author’s choice of words enabled me to clearly picture what the characters looked like.

Ash Gray: Blurred Clarity

Andy Slayde

Publisher: Torquere Press

Genre: Paranormal

Book Blurb:

What happens when good and evil don’t so much collide as merely annoy each other? Which, when young men are involved, quite often means that they really want to get to know each other.

Ash, a low level demon, and Cas, a low level angel, become aware of each other — in more ways than one — and set out to prove that good and evil can exist in close contact, even complementing each other. They blur the lines and cross them frequently with surprising and almost devastating results.

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