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Kill Game (Fearless FBI #1)

3.93 of 5 stars 3.93  ·  rating details  ·  426 ratings  ·  16 reviews

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-f

Paperback, 272 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Simon Pulse (first published May 31st 2005)
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I first read this book a few years ago, and recently re-read it so I could finish the series. This is the continuing story of Gaia Moore from Fearless. Gaia is a genetic oddity - she cannot feel fear. But after a bomb attempt at her college graduation, Gaia decides to join the FBI. Because of her past as a vigilante in Central Park, the FBI is reluctant to train her, but decide to give her a chance. At the training camp, Gaia meets Catherine, Will, and Kim. Catherine is a genius with a computer ...more
Jul 09, 2015 Cori rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: 2015
I read quite a few of the original Fearless series that followed Gaia through her high school years (although I never finished the series), and I'd have to say I just didn't connect with this book as well. I really liked it, enough to stay up into the early morning to finish it, and I was hooked enough to start the second one right away, despite the late/early hour.

I just kept expecting Gaia to be the same as the girl she was in the first series, which is my own fault, since I never finished th
Kill Game was all about a young girl named Gaia Moore, getting sucked into the world of FBI training and cases. But Gaia is different than the other trainees on the base: she can't feel fear. Something gone worng in her DNA Gaia is completely incapable of feeling fear. Nothing scares her. Now, when she gets to the base she attempts to get over the past: The death of an old romance, her mother etc. This is her chance to start new. Gaia fits in easily, making fast friends with her Roomate Catherin ...more
I have only read the first book of the fearless seruse before so missed all of gaia's teen and collage years but that didnt seem to matter this serise looks like it can be read as a stand alone serise. I really enjoyed this book and i acnt wait to continue reading this serise.
Eh, the FBI part of the Fearless series so far is just kind of ok for me. The story itself is actually not nearly as bad as I thought it would be, but I sort of feel like Gaia has lost her...Gaia-ness, so to speak. The FBI series is somewhat -- only SOMEWHAT -- more realistic, but I found myself more interested in the people that Gaia is working with than in Gaia herself...I especially like the character of Kim. For me, Gaia is just sort of there; it's like she's numbed up. She's lost a lot of h ...more
I absolutely hated the blurb on the cover. I mean, really, what girl is going to check out a book with "The FBI just got tougher--and a lot sexier."? The book isn't about sex at all. It is a YA version Dr. Alex Cross or any other book about a FBI agent. The idea that Gaia is fearless is a little over the top. But I thought the FBI action stuff was great. [return][return]With her college days behind her, Gaia faces new challenges as an FBI-trainee and learns the hard way that she will have to adj ...more
It's been so many years since I read the Fearless books and I never did get them all, so there's some events mentioned in this book that I missed. Thankfully, those events are covered in as much detail as necessary.

The meat of Kill Game follows Gaia Moore as she works on her first training exercise in Quantico. There are some FBI agents that think she has what it takes to become an agent herself. Unfortunately, her attitude of rushing into, rather than assessing, a situation causes a lot of trou
Edwina Hall Callan
Total brain candy ... I liked it!
This book was the perfect blend of the "Men In Black" movie and the tv show, "Alias" which meant it was a little cheesy. It was not very well done and there were alot of feelings thrown in that didn't mesh very well, but the mystery hooked me enough that I kept going and read the next book. Alas, that was HORRIBLE. So, in lieu of that, I do not recommend this series at all.
I will consider this book a guilty pleasure. I'm in my 30s reading a book by Francine Pascal. Gaia has no fear. She needs to figure out how to live life and make her life meaningful after graduating college. The FBI seems like a perfect fit for her. She's not afraid to take down a bad-guy but is she really made for this? Can she even make it through training at Quantico?
Aug 10, 2011 Naomi added it
As always I love Pascal's writing. It is original and witty. I was a bit reserved about reading this after the original fearless series, but I figured why not? Could there be anymore that Pascal could do with Gaia? Of course there is! This book is written with the same flare that the Fearless series was written. I am still impressed with Pascal.
I thought I was over the dragged out series of Fearless, where Gaia Moore was in New York and in the shoddy high school system, fighting thugs at Central Park. That was me in middle school and high school. Now I'm sucked into this next series of hers where she's training to become an FBI agent.
Sep 29, 2008 Steph rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Fearless series
Shelves: women-warriors
Not bad, but I miss the original.
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Spin off of Fearless
cliff hanger...
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Francine Pascal (May 13, 1938— ) is an American author best known for creating the Sweet Valley series of novels. In 1982 she created the characters and the stories for the first six books and her agent, Amy Berkower of Writers House sold them to Bantam Books. Book number one is mostly written by Ms. Pascal. From then on she wrote the stories for every book ever published in the series. After the ...more
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