Shades of Gray I don t want you to say good bye Samara shook her head I never will I ll always imagine you just like this Or watching me through the lens of a camera Or turning up on a beach somewhere Or teaching me

  • Title: Shades of Gray
  • Author: Pamela Carrington Reid
  • ISBN: 9781598115024
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Hardcover
  • I don t want you to say good bye Samara shook her head I never will I ll always imagine you just like this Or watching me through the lens of a camera Or turning up on a beach somewhere Or teaching me how to hold the camera The tears flowed as she walked, and a sudden wind whipped them off her face Or sitting behind me in church when I least exp I don t want you to say good bye Samara shook her head I never will I ll always imagine you just like this Or watching me through the lens of a camera Or turning up on a beach somewhere Or teaching me how to hold the camera The tears flowed as she walked, and a sudden wind whipped them off her face Or sitting behind me in church when I least expect it Or telling me things I need to hear when I don t want to hear them Or watching over me Fighting her way through the chaos of her family s dysfunction, Samara Danes has immersed herself in a promising photography career She sees no need to love or be loved Then Adam Russell arrives in Samara s hometown on Australia s Gold Coast Years ago, it was Adam who introduced her to the art of photography and opened her eyes to the wonder of the world She in turn opened his heart to the truths of the gospel Now can the older man s kindness, wisdom, and strength help save a family that teeters on the brink of dissolution Are Samara s strong feelings for Adam than just friendship and gratitude With tender insight, gifted LDS author Pamela Carrington Reid explores the dynamics that stretch fragile relationships nearly to the breaking point Shades of Gray is a richly crafted novel, genuinely moving and compelling a tribute to the healing power of the gospel, where the lines of love are never blurred.

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    1. Shades Of GrayPamela Carrington ReidYear 2008Pages 248This book is intended for teenagers and young adults. This book has a little bit of a love story in it.The main issue in the book is that Samara struggled with reality and her dreams of always wanting more then what she had.The setting of the book was in New Zealand, Australia, The beach, Samaras home, The animal Sanctuary, The School, Samaras church and the hospital. The setting really helped the book seem realistic. I don't think that other [...]

    2. Well, not one of my favorites. It's not really a romance novel. (most of the romance happens at the very end of the story) I had a hard time relating to the characters. The family was a bit dysfunctional and a couple of the characters were dealing with drug addictions. Reid also brings an older man into the picture whom the young heroin in the story starts to fall in love with. 9I'm talking more than 10 years older!)I also thought the main character Samara was a bit annoying at times when it cam [...]

    3. Try to look past this book's unfortunate name. I am working on a reading challenge list and one of the items is the first book you see in a store. Well, this was the first book I saw in the book section at D.I. I'm not sure what attracted my attention, but I am really glad it did.This LDS book is set in Australia. The dysfunctional Danes family mirrors so many problems we see today. I loved the character growth as they each recognized their part in the drama and took steps to set things right.

    4. Samara meets a photographer as a young girl who later comes back in to her life when things with her family are becoming more difficult. Although I could see promise in the way Samara grows and learns to deal with people who are less than perfect around her, I thought it was too contrived--one of those cliche-type situations, especially at the end.

    5. I really loved this book. It takes place in Australia and it's about a girl, her family, and her desire to be a photographer. The book deals with addiction, forgiveness, and love. This is an LDS book.

    6. I'm actually really surprised by all the low ratings. I think it's one of the best LDS fiction books that I have read. It's not light and fluffy. It goes into a lot of deep issues with a dis-functional LDS family, and how anyone can change. I found it quite touching and well written.

    7. Pretty good romance/family drama. Liked the characters of Samara and Rick. I think I would have gotten into this more if I knew a single thing about photography, which I do not. Predictable, but still fairly good.

    8. It was a good read. I thought it was interesting the dynamics of the family. It makes you think about how we all contribute to those family relationships, good or bad, whether we're aware of it or not and . Overall I liked the book and enjoyed reading it.

    9. I started reading this book, but it did hold my attention very well and I found myself skipping to the end. It could have been so much more, but the author failed to take it there. It was mundane and did nothing to make me want to take the time to read the pages I skipped.

    10. I actually really liked this book once I got into it. It is all about growing up and reaching your potential. It's much more serious than I thought it would be and it deals with some pretty heavy topics, but it is also very inspirational.

    11. This book was ok. It didn't grab my attention enough. Let's just say a 1/3 of the way through it I set it aside and read all three Twilight books again. Ahhh, now those are really good. (Edward, sigh)

    12. An easy read - one weekend - about an dysfunctional LDS family. The main character finds out her Dad had an affair and blames him. She blames the mother for staying and forgiving her father who is still never around because he is a truck driver. Then they find out her brother is on drugs.

    13. Not what I was expecting, but amazing. I love when a book connects and makes me think about my own life. :)

    14. Book Group August 1009 Great example of what someone bearing testimony of the church can do. Also the importance of communication in marriage and family and life.

    15. A fifteen year old girl meets a man on the beach who teaches her about photography and she teaches him about religion. Ten years later she meets him again.

    16. Definitely not my favorite book, but it did make me want to look up the Ensign and New Era articles she has written.

    17. Story about Samara's struggles with her dream of becoming professional photographer and her family's problems and of course her heart.

    18. It was a quick read! At some parts of it some characters kind of bugged me, but I really could relate to it. Also having a big brother make bad and stupid choices with drugs.

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