A man has been trapped in a basement for what feels like months, and when he's finally released, the world around him has changed, and what's more, he doesn't know who he is. How long was he in that basement? Set in a Dystopian future the world is at odds. Water is scarce, the sun is out 24/7 in half the world while the other half lives in darkness.
In Constant Gray we follow Khadim as he does what comes naturally to him, save the good ones. He picks up a few stragglers along the way, starting with Maddy. She's been instrumental in helping him navigate the new world. She will be instrumental as he sets off to find Solace, and help to restore balance to the world.
Khadim has so many questions and people are unwilling to help. What did it mean when people called him a constant? What were these titles that people held? On his journey to find Solace, he discovers more than he ever imagined.
Dystopian/Post Apocalyptic books are relatively a new genre for me, and I'm rather picky about it. So when I read the blurb for Constant Gray I thought, "well, I can give it a shot." Then as soon as I started reading, I was hooked. I loved the world that Taylor has created, he knocks world-building out of the park. I like the characters and I like the writing, this was such a fun read and I'm really looking forward to reading what is in store for Khadim.
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