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Game Over (Sisterhood Series #17)

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1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

exciting entry

Knowing they are "duds", Myra and Charles cut off their honeymoon to return to the Sisterhood when they learn that her friend and advisor Lizzie Fox is being considered for an appointment to the Supreme Court. The Sisterhood fears that the deserving White House Legal C...
Knowing they are "duds", Myra and Charles cut off their honeymoon to return to the Sisterhood when they learn that her friend and advisor Lizzie Fox is being considered for an appointment to the Supreme Court. The Sisterhood fears that the deserving White House Legal Counsel will be put through an unfair meat grinder to gain political points due mostly to Lizzie's association with them.

Although not quite as worried, as they are about Lizzie, the members are afraid their presidential pardon will vanish as politics as usual will prevail. However, as they monitor events as only the Sisterhood could, they begin to uncover a conspiracy to use Fox and the Sisterhood to destroy the Administration.

Although over the top of the Cayman Islands, Big Pine Mountain and the Washington Monument, the seventeenth Sisterhood thriller is an exciting entry that sums up the values of the members of "one for all and all for one" (Dumas). The group risks all their hard work to be pardoned to insure their loyal "affiliate" gets a fair shake. Fans of the saga will appreciate their latest intervention as protecting Lizzie soon turns into protecting the Administration.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on June 22, 2010

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3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Not one of the better series of Fern Michaels

I had read an older book by Fern Michaels, Hey, Good Looking. I found it to be a very good read. I really enjoyed the characters and the plot. Fun, light reading.

Picked up Game Over for a wkend trip. Didn't know there were 16 others in the series before this one. C...
I had read an older book by Fern Michaels, Hey, Good Looking. I found it to be a very good read. I really enjoyed the characters and the plot. Fun, light reading.

Picked up Game Over for a wkend trip. Didn't know there were 16 others in the series before this one. Couldn't figure out the characters for awhile,never did figure out what exactly they had done, that warranted a pardon from the Pres. Too many characters, not enough info. from previous story line. Finished it, but wouldn't bother with any of the others in this series. Was told that her Kentucky series was her best. May try.

posted by Ragtop on July 9, 2010

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  • Posted July 31, 2012

    Not so good like the rest

    This book fall short in comparison to the rest of the series. It felt like Fern michaels ran out of ideas for this one, it didn't hold my attention, some chapters were dull or the sisters were acting like children,just stupid. I have loved this series, read it from 1 to the present I'm on #18.

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