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Kildar (Ghost Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 23, 2006

    Great sequel

    What can i say to a book that was entitled 'Ghost'. It had everything that a action book should: A ton of Action '.' Am looking forward to reading the next book following this one and the book that will follow: 'Into the looking glass'

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A great sequel from Mr. Ringo

    Former Navy SEAL Mike Harmon uses the large award he received for his recent rescue mission (see GHOST) to travel. Currently he is in the Caucasus Mountains touring the former Soviet state of Georgia looking for the Bakuriani Resort when a blizzard leaves him stranded and in need of shelter. He is fortunate as a young girl Katrina rescues him and takes him to her home in a remote area over the objections of her father. The American likes the tranquil area and soon buys the land...... Harmon rules in his fiefdom with kindness towards the natives, but soon finds that Eden has its outside snakes. He organizes the local tribe, the Keldara, to protect them from Chechen raiders and begins to learn their customs and heritage. However though he is their ruler, the Keldara hide some information from their foreign warlord..... Mike Harmon is a fascinating hero who epitomizes the maxim that power corrupts as he learns that moral issues are not simple up and down votes choices for the good of one person can negatively impact another. The story line is action-packed as expected with a John Ringo tale, but as in GHOST, once again Mr. Ringo provides a thought provoking character driven thriller (not a military sci fi) as his champion finds the paradox of ethics means someone, often an innocent, gets hurt. This is a great sequel from Mr. Ringo....... Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 1, 2005

    A fitting sequel to 'Ghost'

    I had a chance to read an advance copy (galley proofs) of this book. It is fantastic. Mike Harmon (Ghost) is traveling around Eastern Europe trying to avoid the Islamic jihadist that are after his head. He gets lost in a snowstorm in the mountains of Georgia where he finds a mystery involving Scots, Vikings, and the Byzantine Empire. When he rescues a shipment of sex slaves from the Chechen's, he winds up with his own harem. I advise you read the 1st book before this one.

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