Mind Game: Ghostwalkers Book 2

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Name: Mind Game

Author: Christine Feehan

Published: August 27, 2004 by Jove

Purchased: Years ago, $7.99 on Kindle

☆☆☆☆☆/5

I’m finding it hard to be unbiased when I’m re-reading a book I’ve read over and over again and I know I’m going to love it.

It’s repetitive and I feel like I’m going to end up repeating that statement in every book because it’s true but, the story doesn’t stay stuck on that. It progresses and with what Dahlia is dealing with, it wouldn’t have made sense if the author had stopped mentioning it every now and again.

Meeting Nico in Shadow Game, seeing how closed off he is, I can’t help but love his book, though I have a feeling that it might have been better if it had waited? But that’s just a personal thought and doesn’t affect my rating.

After seeing Nico in the first book, it was really good to see him in his own story, coming to terms with what’s going on and how he’s starting to feel about Dahlia, seeing him being gentle and sweet.

I really love that the other guys keep making appearances, so the readers get to know the others a bit more, feel the connections that they have and the readers get to laugh with them as they joke around with each other.

The major plot is progressing as well, the author introducing another set of Ghostwalkers besides the first team the readers have met who get books that I’m excited to re-read, as well as mentioning the names of the other girls.

The authors writing is still amazing and sucks me right into the world of Ghostwalkers and horrible psychic experiments.

Thank you for reading my review.

-Sam

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