• The Ghost Series Box Set

  • By: Mike Ryan
  • Narrated by: Jennifer O'donnell
  • Length: 24 hrs and 16 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (172 ratings)

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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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More suited for teenagers

There is so much stuff wrong about the CIA in this book that I don't know where to begin. I am pretty sure even middle schoolers could see through it (though I am not suggesting kids should read this). It appears there was very little research done in that area. I waded through all three books since I bought them as a box set but it sure was hard. I kind of liked the idea of the female character being good at her job but became hard to believe after a while. Being hired out of an orphan background was believable but most of the stuff was just down right not true about how the CIA operates. The performance was pretty bad too. Half the time you did not know who really was talking. After a while, the narrator would use the wrong tone and accent for one speaking - pretty messy all around. I don't care for the CIA personally. I believe they are a tool used by our leaders to do their own personal will internationally. I don't believe there is anything actually noble about their agenda. Even if so, they would be offended at how they are portrayed here.

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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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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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Adolescent

I love mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, pretty much all genre....for ADULT readers! This series would make high school age readers gag! The CIA heroine is full of angst, falls for a milquetoast civilian and their interactions fall between grade school and immature junior high antics. Most of the books had to do with their relationship and not the ‘mission’! Making it even worse is the boyfriend ends up going on missions with her even though his only training is in IT. His only qualification is he is her boyfriend. On the mission, he questions pretty much everything thing she does to get the job done! Don’t waste a credit unless you’re into poorly written romance novels with brief periods of comic book action.

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Better than anticipated

Listen I’m pretty girly but I love a good CIA novel. What I don’t like is too much violence and profanity. The Mike Ryan books deliver great stories that are enjoyable. I own almost all the box sets.

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You buy thriller, end up with teenage romance

It starts strong with a spy thriller & then by book two you in a teenage romance novel that makes it frustating and unbelievable. All of a sudden all training and professionalism is gone.

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Great Story

I love the characters and the writing. The first book was a little slow but got more interesting as it went on.

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The narrator needs to take her deep breaths away from the microphone when reading.

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Did an Ai write this?

The dialog is so terrible. there is zero technical information. hard to believe this got published. Mike Ryan is a pseudonym

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Great characters

Really enjoyed this book series and became very invested in the characters. Really looking forward to any other books in this series to come

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  • 06-10-21

CIA Agent meets Mills & Boon

What a soppy read, totally unbelievable that secret agent lets a nerdy lover tag along on ops with no training. Waste of time.

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  • Louise
  • 04-06-22

Annoying!

The narration wasn’t that good, the characters sounded very similar. The “Ryan” character was annoying and ridiculous!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-25-21

He said she said far too much still it is good lis

Loved the book. Good series. Good narrating
Will buy more Mike Ryan books. Fast moving series

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  • Joe
  • 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.