#9 Shades of Gray- Rise Of The Gorgons

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Shades Of Gray Series follows the adventures of Kat, a woman with no memory of her past who is called the Pandora Project by those who hunt her, and Kim, a woman leading the life of a legal assassin called a Life Closer. The world they live in is plagued by clouds that prevent the sun from shining down on the land called Dry Clouds, making all who live in Noir forced to live in endless night... More

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About the Series: Shades of Gray Science Fiction Action Adventure Mystery Thriller Series
A doom was looming over the planet, a great darkness that could bring about the Closing of Days. Two women would be brought together... One was a legal assassin or Life Closer known as the Phoenix and the other was an experiment known as the Pandora Project who would either bring about a Twilight that would be the first rays of dawn or a Twilight that would usher in the darkness forever. Follow these women as their paths cross.

Noir was a mega-city plagued by a sun blocking mass called Dry Clouds that had mysteriously appeared three decades earlier. Dry Clouds covered half the planet and forced those living under them to live in endless night. On this world, corporations were in charge and breaking your contract with them could mean the termination of your life. Kimberly Griffin, a Life Closer existed in a world of death. She closed people for a living. It was a lonely demeaning existence, though she wouldn't admit it. There was nothing to drive her in the bleak reality until one day she ran into Kat, aka the Pandora Project, who was hunted by bio-mechas called Un-Men. Kat was an experiment of the Sphinx Corporation and they tested her to see if she could be the ultimate weapon.

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Review by: jstoc on May 26, 2012 :
Finally the zombies are gone. Hopefully, for good. The story is getting back on track. But really, killer kids, come on.
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)
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