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Publisher's Summary

Alex Parker is one of the most successful, and lethal, "Ghost" agents the CIA has. She has over 100 confirmed kills to her credit. She is the go-to agent on the most dangerous, and the most important, assignments. She is also ready for it to end. Follow along in her journey as she hunts down her former partner, finds the love of her life, and comes back for one final assignment.

This box set contains all four audiobooks in The Ghost Series including:

  • Rogue Ghost
  • Ghost Pursuit
  • Ghost Fall
  • Ghost Revival
©2018 Mike Ryan (P)2018 Mike Ryan

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Secret Agent fail

a story about the most shittiest secret CIA agents you will ever read about... the whole story is just pathetic and sad.... I could not finish listen to it.

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I really tried

I really tried to like this series but I couldn't finish it. it's not enough spy, espionage, and killing. it's more like a high school romance series. For the characters being "CIA" they are very immature. I just can't finish it and I rarely drop a book when started.

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Great read

I really enjoyed the ghost series, hope there is another book. Looking forward to the next installment.

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Struggled to finish this series.

I listen to the silence for series and loved it.i saw this one and immediately downloaded it. The first book was really good second book was very tough to get through.
In the first book you are worried about one of the characters. In the second third and fourth book you were kind of hoping he would not make it..

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Hardy Boys with a little bit of violence

The story line, in my humble view, is that this book may suit teenagers, but is certainly not for adults. Now, without being accused of gender bias I must say that the most irritating part of the book is the narration by Jennifer O'Donnell. She may be suited to narrating books with an all-female cast but does not pull off the male characters voices at all. I have not completed the book yet but will soldier on just in case the story line gets better.

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Amazing

Great story that had me captivated the whole way through! highly recommended for anyone who likes spy novels.

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Maybe If I was 12?

The performance was good, the material was about where I was at when i was in 6th grade, totally unbelievably good bad guys, the violence was mild enough for the censors of 60's TV. Maybe a PG rating if you made a movie I don't think there was a non prime time word used in the whole book. Not realistic for who the characters were supposed to be. The outline of the story was good but the successes were too contrived. Also some of the facts were a little outrageous, a Helo from Columbia to Gitmo, come on, Flight time for the Helo from Panama, a little close to the speed record. Things like that just to point out a few. But if you target a really young audience this could work, not sure why I thought it was anything else.

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  • 10-03-18

Ugh - returning this one

This was just too painful to continue with. Writing is awful. The things that happen just aren't believable with regards to how CIA operatives would work and behave. And there are so many inconsistencies. For example - the boss tells the CIA operatives to keep 24/7 coverage on someone. They do it for one day and then apparently stop for no reason and no explanation. Once they stop the bad guy contacts the object of the coverage several times but nobody is there to see it. Or the author makes a point of saying that they have put in their ear pieces but when one of them gets into trouble, they don't use it to communicate with their partner. Little things but they annoy me. It just doesn't make sense. It feels like a 13 year old is writing a romance novel and just happens to make the girl a cia assassian and the boy a victim she has to save.

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Immature characters, predictable story not worth a credit

Do not waste a credit on any of the books in this set. The plots were predictable and the character development terrible.

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Romance masquerading as a thriler

Way too much romance and relationship story for me. I was looking for a thriller with suspense and/action.

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  • 04-17-21

Gawd help us if these are the best of the best

While well-written and skillfully narrated, the characterisation of CIA operations in this series is farcical, and the relationships best described as school-girlish. No matter how hard I tried, - and I did make it through most of the books - I just could not suspend my disbelief. Not one of characters felt real to me.

That's not to say others will not enjoy this book. I suspect it was intended as more "Mills and Boons" than "Tom Clancy." I'm sure there is a market for this.