A man and woman possessed of telekinetic powers. She is the doctor. He is the experiment. What comes between them is a terrifying secret history that could save them or destroy them.
©2003 Christine Feehan (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
"In Feehan's latest paranormal, sizzling sex scenes both physical and telepathic pave the road to true love for brilliant billionaire scientist Lily Whitney and Captain Ryland Miller, the leader of a squad of psionically gifted soldiers who have been imprisoned and separated from each other after receiving life-threatening enhancements. When Lily's father called her in to consult on a top-secret project he was working on for the government, he had no idea that he was signing his own death warrant or that his beloved daughter with her psychic talents would witness his murder and become a target for the traitors who were bending his project to their own evil purposes. Ryland lends his psychic strength to Lily and ignites a passion that brings him and his men into her high-security estate. Action, suspense, and smart characters make this erotically charged romance an entertaining read." (Booklist)
Hot romance/Sci Fi we're so lucky to have Audible to feed our book addictions. I love walking my precious dog Sydney & listening to my books
Shadow Game - GhostWalkers is a Hot and excellent paranormal listen. Christine Feehan has made a very interesting and Sexy Fantasy world. Unfortunately for me being in NZ i can not get the next few books in the series. I have to skip to book 5 to continue on with the adventure. Would of been great to be able to access the entire series.
I loved the way Lily and Ryland interacted and the way he was so gentle with her. The sex scenes were very good but still not on a par with her Leopard People series.
Ryland Miller. He was a contrast between a rough and tumble Army Ranger and a kind and gentle lover.
Yes. I thought his voice was perfect for Ryland Miller and he was able to modify it enough to let you know when Lily was talking.
Almost all of the interactions between Lily and Ryland were special. I liked the characters and I liked how Ryland supported Lily no matter the problem. I especially liked their dreamwalking sequences.
Christine Feehan is an exceptional writer of love/sex scenes. She must have an interesting life---all eleven kids worth!
I love this series and was so glad to see Shadow Game, which is book 1 in the GhostWalker series, was finally picked up for audio. Shadow Game sets up the whole series about Doctor Peter Whitney who experiments on men to make the perfect commando team that can work together, talk to each other without speaking, have paranormal powers like being able to make guards look the other way, blending in with the background and control over animals. They also have super hearing and can see in the dark. When Dr Lily Whitney, Dr Peter Whitney's daughter, who also has the same type of powers as the men, is brought in on the project, she wonders if her father is a genius or a madman. Of course there is a love story as well that will blow your mind.
The narrator, Tom Stechschulte, is a brilliant choice for this series. He has a different voice for each of the GhostWalkers (the team of men in this series), and having listened to the other books in this series, he keeps the voices true to each character, in each book. Awesome!!
Christine Feehan is such a good author and I always have a hard time waiting for her next book to come out, no matter which series it is in. I really loved this book and will listen to it again and again.
I had to force myself to keep reading.
I liked the overall outline. The characters are trained military guys given drugs to create psychic powers, but at times they have pain from it. The plot sounds ok. Bad guys want to sell this process to other countries and kill anyone in the way.
The problem is filling in the pages. Most of the book is boring conversation and ponderings about feeling bad, sad, angry, and what to do. Lily feels bad because her father was killed. Lily is upset when she learns what her father did in the past. They talk about what to do about the bad guys, but there is no interesting process of discovery. It has some heroine stupidity because twice Lily goes “alone” to the bad guys’ place saying to her buddies “I’ll be fine, don’t worry.” But something bad happens to her. Other action scenes could have been shown but were not. For example, we don’t see the guys escape from their cells. We don’t watch the scenes when people are killed. There are a couple of action scenes toward the end that were shown, but they were vague and unsatisfying - for me.
When Lily and Ryland first see each other there is an instant bond. Then their conversations sounded like an old married couple. Of course there are several sex scenes. Those are full of “I want you so bad... You feel so good...” It felt like a cheesy campy old-style romance novel.
I know many readers liked this so there must be some appeal.
The narrator Tom Stechschulte was good. I liked his deep sexy alpha male voice.
Genre: paranormal romantic suspense
I'm a 47 year old mom of two young girls. Just recently discovered young adult fiction, as well as dystopian novels.
Drivel, simply drivel. I have never read anything by Christine Feehan, and won't try again.
I love losing myself in books of any kind
I'm a must say I enjoyed the book. I first read this book a few years ago and decided to listen to the second time to refresh my memory. I really enjoyed Christine Feehan has an author, particularly in the dark Carpathian series.
Listening to this book somehow I made the book sappier then when I read it, not sure if it was the author or just my recollection of reading versus listening to the book.
I typically like my books to have a little bit of conflict in the relationship I like for the main characters to have to really work for the HEA. This book was just too goody two shoes I think. The main character was supposed to really good at all of this telepathy in supernatural kind of powers but she just seem to be whiny and needy to me.
I do like the concept of the series so I think I'll listen to the next book in the series. I'm hoping that the women will get a little tougher and the men in a little more cautious and hard-core on the relationship front.
I tried to listen to all of it, but the bathroom scene was more than enough for me. If the writer concentrated more on the plot instead of the teenage whining and horniness it could have been a good book.
First of all you have an author like Feehan who is consistently great. Her books are well thought out and the characters come alive. I have re-listened to her book more times than I can count. They are a soulace when I do not want to be discouraged. I retouch them weekly! The narrator, Tom Stechschulte, is so good I have purchaed book read by him and not knowing at all what the book is about. Though Feehan is a great author the combonation of Stechschulte is astounding! I cannot say enough praise. Each character has a distinct voice and accent. Feehan's characters come to life! The wonderful thing about this book is that it is a part of a series and I can't wait for more.
Anyone who says they have only one life to live must not know how to read a book.
I do not mind the occasional sex scene, especially if read by good narrator. This book however, did not contain sex scenes. What it did give the poor reader was a spinster’s idea of sex in a tub of syrup. Exhausting! Utterly to much burning love, throbbing this and that’s. Too much feeling and explanation of feeling – so to justify the frequent sex. This book had potential, but the writer killed it with long scenes that was supposed to be sizzling, but just bored the living daylights out me.
I love all genres of books. However, when I listen to audio books as I clean, garden, drive they are better with a lot of heat!
Captain Ryland Miller is a basically a "rat" in a cage as are his men in his military unit. They volunteered for a highly classified experiment to enhance the psychic abilities they each had. Dr. Peter Whitney is the head scientist with Colonel Higgens the military liaison. Several of Captain Miller's men have died of "brain bleeds" and other suspicious causes. They are all separated and can only communicate infrequently via telepathy.
Dr. Whitney and Col. Higgens come to talk to him and have brought guards and Dr. Whitney's daughter, Lily who is also a doctor and scientist. Dr. Whitney has asked his daughter to consult on the project as he is not sure why some of the men have died.
Ryland is immediately drawn to Lily and she to him. They communicate telepathically which scares Lily at first. Shortly after she is linked with her father and she realizes he is being killed and almost doesn't separate herself from him in time but with Ryland's telepathic help she does. In the coming days, no one else seems to know her father is dead not just disappeared and Lily becomes worried as she delves into her father's secret laboratory and papers finding secrets about him and herself that are very hard to take in.
The story progresses as Lily helps Ryland and his team break out and shelters them. Ryland, Lily and his team also work to find out how his other men died and who is responsible as it soon becomes apparent it is not Dr. Peter Whitney.
My one main problem in this story. I can't beleive I am saying this because I love a good sex scene. However, I felt there was too much spent on Lily and Ryland falling into bed and/or having sex in dangerous places almost every other page. I would like to have had more time spent on both the "bad" guys and the members of Ryland's team to get to know their characters more and what they had actually gone through being part of this experiment.
I still really enjoyed the book and although I felt there a few too many sex scenes they were well written and hot.
Tom Stechschulte was outastanding in the delivery of the story
"NOT GOOD -DIRE ACTUALLY"
Total rubbish makes one wander how it got published. Not worth the effort to read
"Hooked great book"
Narrator great for this book. Story line really good with twists and turns. Definitely want to listen to next book in series.
I just wish I could get all the books in the series as I just love it. a bit to much discription on the sex but this does not take away from the real story. keep them coming.
"Shadow Game: GhostWalkers, Book 1"
Having read Christine Feehan’s Dark Hunter series I was keen to see what the GhostWalkers offered, happily, it offered it all for me and remains one of my all-time favourites series. I love the concept that is consistent throughout all the books in this series and has strong male & females characters. The suspense in these books are as fundamental to the story line as the romance, which leaves me feeling fully satisfied once the read has come to the and allows me to be fully engaged for the duration of the story.
Lily & Ryland are fantastic and believable characters and a great to introduce us to the Ghostwalkers. Their contrasting personalities, ( Ryland the gentle warrior, well when it comes to Lily any way) and Lily with keen intelligence and her sweet innocent to the harsh reality show us a couple that help each other grow and become stronger as a couple.
We meet many of the characters from Team 1 that are explored more fully in the up and coming series this gives you a sense of meeting new friends feeling what they feel as the plot unfolds. So get ready for wonderful ride full of thrills, passion , love, fear, betrayal , friendship … I think you get the idea an honestly what more could a reader/ listener want
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