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Blood Prize

4.08  ·  Rating details ·  12 ratings  ·  4 reviews
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With Blood Prize, Ken Grace has crafted a masterful, high-stakes story of absolute imagination. Thrilling action, gripping suspense and a devastating secret, ensure a breath-taking adventure that is impossible to put down.

It’s 5am and Tom Fox is running, trying to save his life, but he can’t escape the images that revisit his mind; vivi
Kindle Edition, 428 pages
Published January 30th 2014 by Maktub It Is Written
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Sep 04, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Fast paced and exhilarating, at the end of each chapter I always said 'just one more'.
The protagonist, Tom Fox, is an enigmatic character, and I thoroughly enjoyed being inside his head as he tries to figure out exactly what the hell he has got himself into.
I also really loved the evil female characters in Blood Prize. Sometimes in this genre the female characters can be typecast and not fully fleshed out, but that is certainly not the case in Blood Prize. There are some sa
Eric J. Gates
Jan 24, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Lovers of fast-paced techno thrillers
Ken Grace’s ‘Blood Prize’ takes the reader on a fast-paced chase around the World as they accompany the protagonists in their task to recover a mysterious prize coveted by many. There are thrills galore, from the rooftops of London to the deserts of Australia, as the small band of protagonists defies insurmountable odds in their deadly quest.

The writing is compelling, the action will leave you breathless, and you will root for the two main protagonists throughout. There are also plenty of twists
Jane Fenton
Mar 02, 2014 rated it really liked it
Really really enjoyed this book, which is saying something, considering its not typically the genre I read. Incredibly fast paced with every chapter leaving you wanting to know more. I read it in just two days. Intriguing, action packed adventure/thriller.
Jul 02, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Loved it. Even after reading it several times. A unique story, written in a unique way.
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Ken Grace is an Australian author. His debut novel Blood Prize was released in January 2014.
Ken was born in regional NSW and grew up in the Murray River town of Howlong, where he completed his early schooling. He went to Albury High School, struggling through the curriculum. He loved to read, but he also suffered from aphasia, a learning disability. The teachers were not amused with his grammatica

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