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Choosers of the Slain (Ghost Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2006

    Another winner for John Ringo

    This book combines normal (lots of it)and sadomasochistic sex (a little of it) with violence, international conspiracies, non-stop action and others things that might turn some readers off, but John Ringo has a way of making it a believable and enjoyable read. Former navy SEAL Mike Harmon is again larger than life as the Kildar (leader) of the Keldara, a tribe of mountain warriors from the Caucasus area of Georgia. Mike is asked to rescue the daughter of an important man friendly to the politicians and influential with them. All is not as it seems as Mike and the Keldar try to carry out their rescue of the girl from an almost impregnable fortress in Albania. All the sometimes separated elements of the plot come together at the end, but his 'friends' could be his worse enemies. Start the book early in the day, or you will get no sleep until you finish it.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    non-stop global action

    Former navy SEAL Mike ¿Ghost¿ Harmon enjoys living with the Keldara in the Caucasian Mountains of the Republic of Georgia. He has brought his new friends modern weaponry and military tactics so that these courageous tough fighters can hold their own with their enemies like Chechen guerrillas (see KILDAR). New Jersey Senator John Traskel asks Mike to do him a favor Mike says no as American leaders tend to ask for favors, but vanish when the body count surfaces. Still Mike cannot refuse John¿s request as the Senate Foreign Relations Committee member explains that someone abducted the daughter of a big contributor, fourteen years old Natalya Fedioushina while she was visiting relatives with her mother in Moldavia, whose only export is sex slaves. The Senator only wants the teen located not extracted Mike informs Traskel that will run about $5 million and probably be bloody without an extraction. However, tracing the young girl in the Baltics proves even more dangerous than Mike expected because of snakes back in DC manipulating the international sex slave trade. --- The latest Mike Harmon (make that Jenkins) thriller is filled with non-stop global action that never slows down until the final DC confrontation. The exhilarating story line is loaded with several major international subplots that nicely tie together, but can prove difficult to follow or for that matter to find a comfort spot to stop reading for the night. Mike is his usual irascible best when it comes to bullying authority figures and so kind when he relates with the powerless though in this tale he seems more apt to anger than previously in spite of his amusing retorts and asides regardless of the scenario. This is a fine entry that will please John Ringo¿s galloping ghost fans. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted March 17, 2011

    Do Not Buy

    This book is horrible. I have enjoyed many books by John Ringo and am NOT a prude, but about 25% of this book is about sex, not action. John seems to be fascinated by sadomasochistic sex in this book, to an extreme. It is not enjoyable reading. Additionally, the plot of the story is extremely weak. If I could have given this book a "minus" rating, I would have.

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