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This review is from: Night Game: Number 3 in series (Ghostwalker Novel) (Paperback)
This was the first Christine Feehan book I have ever read. I wasn't disappointed.
This is one of a series of books in the Ghostwalker series. You can read this book out of order because it was a great stand-alone story on its own.
This story centers around Gator, one of a group of enhanced soldiers called The Ghostwalkers. The Ghostwalkers can communicate telepathically and each has a different power. Gator's power is the ability to use sound to either communicate, or to kill.
Gator is sent to find Flame, a genetically enhanced female enhanced from childhood on by the evil mastermind who created special abilities in several female children, keeping them in cages like lab rats. He also infected Flame with cancer then put her into remission (no worries - this isn't a spoiler, it's told in the beginning of the book). The power she has is also the ability to use sound. Flame is no fading violet. I really liked her strong character.
Gator does find Flame. They embark together on a journey against unspeakable evil. To say more would destroy the suspense.
The only negative for me, it might not be a negative to you, is that her intimate scenes were long and extremely intense - one spanned three chapters. There was another one near the end of the book that I paged past because it went on and on and on.
I borrowed this book from the library and am strongly considering buying a copy as a keeper for my own bookshelf.
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Initial post: 10 Nov 2009 19:45:24 GMT
silly q but if you havn't read any of the other books how do you know its a stand alone series? it actually isnt, as all charectors are connected and appear in past and future books. also if you liked this book... this is the lowest standard of all her series. the best being the leopard people especially burning wild, theres nothing like it. also the carpathian vampire series and their life mates whom they talk mind to mind to is fab. happy reading.
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