~ About the Book ~
Marcus, a young Roman soldier in first-century Jerusalem, longs for peace…yet has no idea how to obtain it. After an encounter with an unusual prisoner, will his life ever be the same?
What others are saying about Even in the Grey!
“I actually usually stick to fantasy genre of ready, but I enjoyed this story. If you want a quick read with a powerful message and characters you can get attached to after a short period of time, this is a good book to go to! Well written, Laura” — J. Herkel
“I thought this book was very good!!! I loved how the author was able to make her readers connect with the characters so flawlessly! And the emotion in it…AHHH it was so intense and so good!! Laura is a master at pulling at her audiences heartstrings!” — Amanda Joy
“It is a great book and I recommend reading it. Laura is a wonderful young writer and I enjoyed reading, “Even in the Grey,” and am excited to see where God will lead her on her writing journey. This story’s message of forgiveness was truly beautiful.” — Julia
“I loved this so much. It’s set in WWII (cause that time period is awesome to write in), and is sweet! Short stories are so beautiful and this one hit me right here *points at heart.* Laura did an amazing job writing this. Claire was super sweet and I really liked her. Daniel was awesome. It’s hard to write bitter characters, but Laura mastered it perfectly.” — Liberty
Awww! That was such a precious story with a beautiful message! And that cover is gorgeous! ❤ — Sarah Grace Grzybowski
This was a powerful, heart-wrenching, and nonstop-action story (yes, all in the same story!). I was afraid at points that it was going to be too sad for me, but even with all the death, loss, and bitterness involved, the way things ended up made everything worth it–the focus is on the light, not the darkness. :)This was a powerful, heart-wrenching, and nonstop-action story (yes, all in the same story!). I was afraid at points that it was going to be too sad for me, but even with all the death, loss, and bitterness involved, the way things ended up made everything worth it–the focus is on the light, not the darkness. 🙂 I could definitely understand Daniel’s hatred of the Germans (although I did find it ironic that his attitude sometimes mirrored the attitude he hated so much). Somehow the flashbacks into his past managed to be both agonizing and comforting at the same time–honestly not sure how you pull that off! The only thing that bugged me a bit was a few times when I wasn’t sure how Daniel was able to do what he was doing with the injuries he had. But aside from that–a lovely story, even with the sadness. And coming from me, that’s huge! 😉 4.5 stars – Content–descriptions of a railway tragedy; mentions of wounds, blood, and deaths (not graphic) — Angie Thompson