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Product Details

  • Series: Game/Ghostwalker (Book 10)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Jove; a edition (July 3, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0515151548
  • ISBN-13: 978-0515151541
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1.2 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (220 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,638 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Stepping back into Christine Feehan's Ghostwalker series was like putting on an old, comfy pair of slippers that you just found hiding under the bed... you stick your feet in them and ahhh... heaven! Book Chick City Thrilling ... Treachery and betrayal continue to stalk the GhostWalker teams, keeping the danger quotient high. Feehan's skill at characterization ensures instant investment in this adrenaline rush of a ride! RT Book Reviews --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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I live in the beautiful mountains of Lake County, California. I have always loved hiking, camping, rafting, and being outdoors. I am happily married to a romantic man who often inspires me with his thoughtfulness.

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I felt like only the end of the book got much editing.
James Nobles
Readers of this series or any of Christine Feehan's books will definitely be satisfied with Samurai Game.
Bookaholics Reviewer
Great read, action packed and keeping the characters true to her other Ghostwalker Series books.
Judith P Keating

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Bowen on July 31, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
I picked up this book at Target --

I have read many many Christine Feehan books. I have my favorites and this is not one of them. While I enjoyed Azami and her character is well fleshed out, parts of how she feels about herself are bogged down and slow the story flow. Her feeling of inadequacy over being Thorne, her self image due to her scars aren't just brought up once, or twice, but constantly in her relationship with Sam. And it isn't just her thoughts and talking to Sam, it's in the bedroom scenes. Believe me, as a reader I understood Azami had problems with her self image. I don't have to hear it again and again to make it sink in.

Then there's Sam this brilliant man. .. Yet in this story I don't see any sources of his brilliance. Not in planning or carrying out the mission, not in his courtship, not in the way he acts. All he's focused on is getting home and having relations with Azami.

I would have liked more follow up on Azami's relationship/more interaction with her brothers. More than this little two paragraphs in meeting up with Saber. Saber was a childhood 'friend' - You'd think after what they'd gone through they'd interact more.

About 3/4 through the book suddenly I'm given names and descriptions of the Ghostwalkers. Like a who's who interupting the story flow. It was just odd although the bar/hurricane/gater story was cute. . .. And what happened to selling the satellites to the Ghostwalkers? That was why Amazi and her brothers came to the compound. What happened to following up the story line with a conclusion?

Good bones, but I feel this story could have been written a lot better. To me it looks like Feehan was making a deadline and just putting it together without a lot of thought. While I did read the whole book, skipping through the pages and pages of bedroom scenes. .. Overall I was disappointed.
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Samurai Game by Christine Feehan
Paranormal Romance -July 3rd, 2012
4 1/2 stars

Samurai Game is the tenth in the Ghost Walker series. This book can be easily read by itself but many characters from previous books revisit which make reading the prior books helpful and add to the story.

In this exciting installment, Japanese businesswoman Azami 'Thorn' Yoshiie is on a mission of revenge against the man who `created' and tortured her. Taken and brutally experimented on by the nefarious Dr. Whitney, Azami was termed a throwaway because she did not manifest paranormal powers like the rest of the children in his lab. But she secretly hid her powers from him. Fortunately, when he left her for dead she was rescued by a powerful and honorable Japanese businessman. From her adopted father, she learned the ways of the samurai and plotted her vengeance against, Dr. Whitney. A man without morals or conscience. As she seeks to undermine Dr. Whitney's power base she runs into the elite Ghostwalker soldiers. Men who have also been enhanced and have special abilities.

Azami decides she must discover if the Ghostwalkers are in league with Dr. Whitney and enters their stronghold in disguise only to be attacked. There she finds the amazing Ghostwalker, Sam Johnson. A man who instantly realizes that there is something different about her and their attraction is immediate. As they fight to stay alive they form an unlikely and unbeatable team. But someone else wants Sam and Azami has dark secrets of her own. Can they work together and prevent Dr. Whitney's bid for power or are they one too many steps behind?

Readers of this series or any of Christine Feehan's books will definitely be satisfied with Samurai Game.
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43 of 51 people found the following review helpful By alissa29 on July 5, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
First I want to say Christine Feehan is a favorite author of mine. I really did NOT enjoy giving this book a two star rating. My reasoning is this, the story had a great beginning, like all of her books it drew me right in. I liked Azami`s strength and determination, the fact that she is a samurai was an added bonus. I liked Sam and remember him from other book`s. My main issue with this book is it got flat, it seemed that the middle of the story was just Azami and Sam at his place, trying to get their freak on. I love a good or great sex scene as much as anyone, but, not over a quarter of book and then when she`s calling him "Sammy" during it all I found myself skipping the pages to get through it. With all of her book`s you can feel the love she has for her character`s, sadly I did not get that feeling with this one. I enjoy this series, I have read and reread many of the books, sadly this will not make that list.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By H. Nguyen on July 26, 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This book pace was dragging. I could not take the repetitive phrases over and over again. And if I have to read about Azami's fluttering, long eyelashes one more time, I am liable to smack somebody.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By imaind on October 25, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
There are numerous factual errors about Japanese culture in this book. First, Japanese do not adopt outside their families. Orphaned or abandoned children are usually brought up in orphanages as adoption is so rare here. Second, tattoos are forbidden in many places, so only members of criminal groups and gangs have them. Japanese women prize "white" skin and take great pains to ensure their skin is blemish-free. Third, Japanese women do not routinely wear waist-long hair, and when they do, they do not use long pins or sticks for styling. Fourth, Japanese women do not bat their eyelashes and act "demure": they may act reserved according to Western standards, but not in the manner described by this author. Fifth, floating lanterns are for ceremonies to commemorate souls of the deceased, not to mark one's way home. Sixth, Japanese women do not scrub and bathe their partners. Also, baths are for individual use, and the person of lowest rank in the family uses the water last. Seventh, a child abandoned in even one of the toughest neighborhoods in Japan would be reported to the local authorities instead of taken by a stranger. No one can have Japanese citizenship without being legally registered at birth by at least one Japanese birth parent. Eighth, wealthy men would not be walking around in traditional dress in a tough neighborhood. Ninth, cherry blossom scents are usually made by non-Japanese companies, such as The Body Shop.
Fact-checking is important, even for works of fiction.
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Christine Feehan is a #1 New York Times bestselling author multiple times over with her portfolio including over 40 published novels, including five series; Leopard Series, Dark Series, Ghostwalker Series, Drake Sisters Series, & the Sisters of the Heart Series. All five series hit the #1 spot on the New York Times bestselling list as well. Her debut novel Dark Prince received 3 of the 9 Paranormal Excellence Awards in Romantic Literature (PEARL) in 1999. Since then she has been published by various publishing houses including Leisure Books, Pocket Books, and currently is writing for Berkley/Jove. She also has earned 7 more PEARL awards since Dark Prince.

In addition to the #1 New York Times bestsellers list and the PEARL awards, Christine is honored to have made the bestsellers list for Amazon, B. Daltons, Barnes and Nobles, Bookscan, Borders, Ingrams, Publishers Weekly, Rhapsody Book Club, USA Today, Waldenbooks, Walmart, and the Washington Post. Other honors that she has received include being a nominee for the Romance Writers of America's RITA award, receiving the Career Achievement Award for Contemporary New Reality from Romantic Times Magazine in 2003 and in 2008 the Borders Lifetime Achievement Award.

She has been published in multiple languages and in many formats, including audio book, e-book, hardcover and large print. In October of 2007 her first manga comic, Dark Hunger was released in stores. This was the first ever manga comic released by Berkley Publishing and it made #11 on Publisher's Weekly Bestseller's List. Her ground-breaking book trailer commercials have been shown on TV and in the movie theaters. She has been featured on local TV, appeared on the The Montel Williams Show, and her book Dark Legend was featured on the cover of Romantic Times Magazine.

Christine Feehan has also appeared at numerous writers' conventions and book signings including: Romantic Times Convention, Get Caught Reading at Sea Cruise, Celebrate Romance Conference, Emerald City Conference, and numerous Romance Writers of America Conferences. She was also a special guest at the 2013 Comic Con and now has her own FAN convention.

Christine Feehan's upcoming FAN convention will be held at the Lafayette Park Hotel and Spa in Lafayette, CA from Feb 20-22, 2015. Registration is open now.

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