Pandora's Game

Pandora's Game

by Christopher Andrews

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BN ID: 2940013186484
Publisher: Rising Star Visionary Press
Publication date: 02/01/2006
Series: Triumvirate , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 248
File size: 440 KB

About the Author

Christopher Andrews lives in California with his wife, Yvonne Isaak-Andrews, their beautiful daughter, Arianna, and their Pug, PJ. He is working on his next novels, and continues to work as an actor and screenwriter.

Excerpts from all of Christopher's novels can be found at ChristopherAndrews.com.

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Pandora's Game 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Book_Reader_222 More than 1 year ago
(Originally written October 17, 2005) I picked up a used copy of "Pandora's Game" on my recent book splurge, because the cover caught my eye and the synopsis sounded cool. Is "Pandora's Game" the best book I have ever read? Maybe not. But it IS an EXCELLENT book. I enjoyed it MORE than "The Howling," which, I believe, is now considered a classic horror novel. In fact, with the possible exception of "By the Light of the Moon" by Dean Koontz, I think it is my favorite of the books I've read recently. Personally, I found "Pandora's Game" to be fresh and different. I liked the characters, especially the werewolf, and I thought the writing style was impressive, especially considering the two "worlds" that it covers. The switching POV alone qualifies this book as interesting; it was different from just about any other book I have read, before college or recently. It also had a plot twist near the end that I did NOT see coming, which is always a plus for any novel. I did feel that a few of the chapters in World #2 could have been combined, but I'm guessing they were broken up to stick with the back and forth elements of the overall story. I liked the first one in the restaurant, and once we started seeing the personal histories of Alastaire and Sean, World #2 got more interesting. I just thought the story of Alastaire and Sean meeting Trey could have been told all at once instead of in four chapters. But other than that single complaint, I would have been tempted to give this book FIVE stars. I can tell you that I am adding "Paranormals" and "Dream Parlor" to my reading list.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Andrews keeps you on your toes with every twist and turn of this unforgettable plot. He portrays vampires, werewolves and zombies not always as the bad guys. This is a great story and a must read.
scott88 More than 1 year ago
Really liked it. very different from normal vampire/ werewolf books.