Kill Game (Fearless FBI #1)

 
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Kill Game (Fearless FBI #1)
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14+
Release Date
May 31, 2005
ISBN
0689878214
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The greatest weapon against a serial killer?
A girl with no fear.

Gaia Moore isn't like anyone else in the world.

She's trained in ten different martial arts. She has a sharp mind, and an even sharper tongue. As a teenager she cut class to bust gang members and drug dealers on the streets of New York City. And now Gaia's been recruited to join the world's leading crime-fighting organization.

At FBI training camp in Quantico, Gaia will become a part of an unparalleled team. She'll learn the strict codes and procedures of the FBI. She'll be pushed to her body and mind's utmost limits.

She'll learn how to hunt serial killers.

And she will catch one.

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really great start of a new series
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Reader reviewed by mh

Kill Game is the first book in the new series Fearless FBI. It continues the story of a fearless girl named Gaia Moore. She was the main character of fearless, only the story continues after Gaia graduates from Stanford and joins the FBI training camp. This is a really great book because you can see how much Gaia has grown up in the last couple of years. She is a totally changed person, a great improvement. Also the action at the training camp and the newly introduced characters make this a really good begin of what I hope is an amazing series.
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Action-filled
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Reader reviewed by Sarah

Fearless FBI: Kill Game was not what I expected. In this book, Gaia is now in a training camp for the FBI. Gaia's character is more mature, and she doesn't go chasing after bad guys anymore. Well, not as much. Gaia is in a game and is on the hunt for a serial killer. This is a test of her mental and physical capabilities.

Kill Game had a lot of violence, and some parts were quite graphic. But it was suspenseful, and of course there was the occasional romance. I recommend it for ages 14+.
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Reader reviewed by artemis

Gaia is now an FBI agent. She's been assigned to investigate a murder. This book was very good. If your a fan of CSI, 24, Law and Order or Miami Vice, you'll love this book. It was like watching a TV show. All the people and places are there. The events are gripping and the story is amazing! It's a cool new series of the favorite fearless heroine Gaia.
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Better than before...
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Reader reviewed by galaxygirl

This starts out the day Gaia graduates from college. I was hoping that it would start out when the fearless series ended.... but it works way better this way.
If you're a fan of the fearless series, then this book is a must read. I'm looking forward to reading more of the Fearless FBI series. I can't get enough of Gaia and her 'adventures'.
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