390th out of 558 books — 2,223 voters
by Mark Burnell
The compelling sequel to Chameleon. The third novel featuring the spicy, redoubtable but tender Stephanie Patrick finds her still paying back her obligations to Magenta House, and living an apparently normal civilian life in London. But then a remarkable new issue envelops her, forcing her back into her former life. Scientific and weapons secrets and personnel are being se...more
Published July 1st 2003 by HarperCollins Publishers
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Read it on holiday, as with the first 2 books in the series. The first one, Rhythm Section, was excellent, with exciting pace and an original theme, but the follow up, Chameleon, started to slip back into hit girl/spy formulaic pulp fiction. Gemini continues this trend; it's part Nikita, part Bourne, and tries to tick all the boxes before ending with a "let's continue the series" open ending that was weak/lazy.