"Christine Feehan has outdone herself with the Ghost Walkers!"
Let me start out by saying that I thought SHADOW GAME was
one of the best books Christine Feehan had ever written.
Then I read MIND GAME! It far surpassed even my highest
expectations for this book.
We meet Dahlia Le Blanc, one of Dr. Whitney's gifted
children that he just lost interest in when he couldn't
control her and her gifts. He supposedly set her up in a
sanitarium but actually he built her a house in the bayou
of Louisiana and hired caretakers for her. Now Dahlia works
for NCIS stealing back secrets that shouldn't have been
stolen in the first place. She's excellent at what she does
as she can manipulate energy. When she asks about her
childhood and Lily, her best friend, she's told there's no
such person and she just made it up in her mind.
Now Lily has located Dahlia and wants one of the Ghost
Walkers to try to persuade her to come back into the fold,
so to speak. Nicolas (Nico) Trevane volunteers for the job.
Lily is very reluctant as Nico is very stand- offish but
she reluctantly agrees. When Nico arrives at Dahlia's home,
it's to find mercenaries already there destroying her home
and murdering her caretakers. But where is Dahlia? Can Nico
get to her in time?
This story is as intense as SHADOW GAME was and it's my
kind of read. I could hardly bear to put this book down. As
much as I enjoy Christine Feehan's Carpathians, I believe
the Ghost Walkers have taken over my heart and my mind. It
is my sincere wish that we see many more stories about the
Ghost Walkers. I know I'll be eagerly waiting for each and
Reviewed by Kathy Boswell
Posted August 9, 2004
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 20, 2006