Greyson Gray

Fair Game

Children - Action
355 Pages
Reviewed on 12/15/2013
Buy on Amazon

Author Biography

B.C. longs to edify and entertain the next generation, all while staying behind the scenes. While he initially wanted to direct movies, he now writes them in the form of novels. He loved reading as a child, especially the Animorphs, Goosebumps, and Left Behind series, so it is a joy for him to give young readers another beloved series to add to their bookshelves.

Other random bits of tid:

Favorite Food: Wings. Bone-in, with traditional sauce. Buffalo Wild Wings (B-dubs) is the best! Bacon is a close second.
Favorite Drink: Dr. Pepper, though any pop/soda/cola is delicious!
Favorite Movie: Saving Private Ryan or the Indiana Jones Trilogy (he still pretends it’s a trilogy)
Favorite Book: The Bible. His favorite fiction, though, is currently the Enemy series by Charlie Higson.
Favorite Place: Texas. He was born in Dallas and has been an unashamed Cowboys fan ever since. It was easier in the 90’s.
Other: He loves first person shooter video games, The Walking Dead, and sunshine!

B.C. encourages you to visit GreysonGray.com to find out more!

    Book Review

Reviewed by Kathryn Bennett for Readers' Favorite

Greyson Gray: Fair Game by B.C. Tweedt is the second book in the series of Greyson Gray, the 12-year-old savior of thousands. In this edition, Greyson must go into seclusion under a new identity to hide from the Eye of Eyes, a man who is most wanted and a leader of a terrorist group that wants to bring a new Civil War to America. Greyson, however, cannot remain in seclusion for long when some suspicious activity shows up at the Iowa State Fair. What will happen in this new adventure?

Well, I admit I did not read the first in this series and, that said, I do plan to go back and read it. However, Fair Game can be read as a standalone, you don’t feel too lost with it. Greyson is definitely an interesting character. I never would have thought a character so young could be so complex (not to mention world saving) but it all works really well. The adventure part is spot on and the book is pretty pulse-pounding. You get the adventure from the time you open the book until the last page. The pacing is great and the characters across the board are well written. This is everything I like to see in a Young Adult book and I think it would be perfect reading for the target audience. I would highly recommend this one for adults who love to read Young Adult and of course Young Adults. It would make the perfect holiday gift to give them the first two books in the series.