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Predatory Game (GhostWalkers Series #6)

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Worth Waiting For.

Predatory Game is book six of the ghost walker series about a group of almost at times super-human warriors. Whose abilities were enhanced by Dr.Whitney an evil genius trying to create the perfect soldier. I found it to be a very enjoyable read and well worth waiting...
Predatory Game is book six of the ghost walker series about a group of almost at times super-human warriors. Whose abilities were enhanced by Dr.Whitney an evil genius trying to create the perfect soldier. I found it to be a very enjoyable read and well worth waiting for . The plot is still really interesting in spite of the fact that this story has already been done, several times in fact. Like the other ghost walker stories it's filled with lot's of action and adventure, romance and suspense along with a little hot sex sex thrown in. Unlike some of the previous stories this one does focus more on the developing relationship between Jess, a ghostwalker who was injured on a previous mission and can no longer walk. But still manages to be a force to be reckoned with when under attack . And Saber, who is one of the orphan girls that Dr. Whitney first used in his experiments. Sabre has one of the most deadly skills ever seen in a ghostwalker, she can kill with a touch. Something that makes the other ghostwalkers more than a little leery around her. I found the author to be accurate in her portrayal of Sabre who is very likable but at times seems a little young and childish. Which when you think about it is to be expected, after all she didn't have the typical upbringing. She was isolated and used from a very young age as an assassin and that's not exactly conductive to learning social skills...

posted by Anonymous on March 26, 2008

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Is there a plot in here somewhere?

I've read the Ghostwalker series from the beginning, but I am sorely disappointed in this one. Feehan seems to be losing steam. The first books had both plot and characterization. This book, like the one immediately before it, is just down to characterization and not ev...
I've read the Ghostwalker series from the beginning, but I am sorely disappointed in this one. Feehan seems to be losing steam. The first books had both plot and characterization. This book, like the one immediately before it, is just down to characterization and not even much of that. I doubt I'll even look at the next one in the series.

posted by Anonymous on September 6, 2008

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2008

    Worth Waiting For.

    Predatory Game is book six of the ghost walker series about a group of almost at times super-human warriors. Whose abilities were enhanced by Dr.Whitney an evil genius trying to create the perfect soldier. I found it to be a very enjoyable read and well worth waiting for . The plot is still really interesting in spite of the fact that this story has already been done, several times in fact. Like the other ghost walker stories it's filled with lot's of action and adventure, romance and suspense along with a little hot sex sex thrown in. Unlike some of the previous stories this one does focus more on the developing relationship between Jess, a ghostwalker who was injured on a previous mission and can no longer walk. But still manages to be a force to be reckoned with when under attack . And Saber, who is one of the orphan girls that Dr. Whitney first used in his experiments. Sabre has one of the most deadly skills ever seen in a ghostwalker, she can kill with a touch. Something that makes the other ghostwalkers more than a little leery around her. I found the author to be accurate in her portrayal of Sabre who is very likable but at times seems a little young and childish. Which when you think about it is to be expected, after all she didn't have the typical upbringing. She was isolated and used from a very young age as an assassin and that's not exactly conductive to learning social skills...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2008

    intriguing book

    This book was a fantastic read it kept you interested from the 1st page to the last page.I love the characters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2008

    OUTSTANDING

    I've read all of the books in this series and i have not been disappointed yet.This book as another winner.

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