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Reviewed by Carol Thompson for Readers' Favorite
B.C. Tweedt's book, Greyson Gray: Camp Legend will leave you wanting more, more, more! Morris College All-Sports Camp has everything twelve-year-old Greyson Gray needs to distract him from his father's mysterious disappearance - intense athletic competition, weird friends, and a pretty girl. Combining these elements, along with a unique and entertaining writing style, Tweedt moves you into Greyson's world in an enchanting, humorous way and you may find yourself laughing out loud. Greyson stumbles upon a terrorist's sinister plot brewing in the observatory, a place already haunted by a chilling camp legend. He is faced with two worlds; one of lurking danger and mystery, the other of competition and awkward romance with his first real crush. Greyson must try to save thousands of lives as he copes with the other aspects of his life. He also must cope with the loss of his father.
The characters are well-developed and Greyson is someone you will cheer for right from the fist chapter. All of the characters are interesting and there's no doubt as to anyone's personality. The character development is incredibly strong. The plot is adventurous, suspenseful, happy, sad, thought-provoking, riveting, and humorous. Tweedt manages to pull it all together with witty and well-written prose. The writing style is unique and the author's own sense of humor comes through in his writing. The book is suitable for young adults and older. Anyone who has been to summer camp will really appreciate it. It is a don't-want-it-to-end type of book that keeps you reading and reading, anxious to learn what happens next. Tweedt's writing style will make you feel as if you're watching a movie as he writes with strong visuals.