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SHaDOW GAME doc ☆ reader 9780988725409 ä ❴PDF / Epub❵ ☀ SHaDOW GAME Author Darryl Sollerh – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk When Jarret a seasoned assassin agrees to do one last hit in Indonesia and discovers his hands have gained the power to heal his carefully planned secret world is thrown into chaos Desperate to unWhen Jarret a seasoned assassin agrees to do one last hit in Indonesia and discovers his hands have gained the power to heal his carefully planned secret world is thrown into chaos Desperate to understand There is a lyrical beauty in the tale as Jarret discovers himself and his soul I loved this book READERS' FAVORITE REVIEWS Shadow Game is fast paced and fascinating There are occasional moments of literary beauty however and rather than stand out awkwardly as you might expect they serve to highlight important moments in the plotSAN FRANCISCO BOOK REVIEW It reminds me of a good roller coaster Not too long with enough twists and turns to leave you breathless and an ending that makes you proclaim Wow What a ride Sollerh delves into an area where few actions writers seem to travel and makes it out aliveultimately this is a story of redemption and rebirth Liz Evans REVIEWS

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What's happening to him he seeks out a local mystic a Dalang of the spiritual Shadow Puppet Theater and his mysterious mesmerizing daughter only to soon find himself healing the sick of Jakarta's slums by Let me begin my review by stating that suspensethriller with a sprinkling of assassination is one of my favorite reads Although not so much for location I do very much savor great detailreason in plot and character No matter the shocking twists or multiple branches in which the storyline takes me I want to follow the thread of reason throughout the author's journey I found this slightly lacking in an otherwise entertaining story Somewhat like Hansel and Gretel somewhere along the way my bread crumbs disappeared and I was left to wander along to the end of my adventure blinking wide eyed with puzzlement at what was nonetheless a very beautiful forest and an enjoyable hikeThank you to Goodreads for the journey

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SHaDOW GAMENight while by day planning the hit on the very political opposition reformer who could help them driving Jarret to a mental emotional and spiritual crisis from which there is no escape save the Shadow Gam Jarret is a superb assassin capable of penetrating the tightest security and then evading the ferocious backlash after killing his target When he hits his head and begins to see colors his first reaction is that he just needs time for his brain to heal believing that his injury was serious than he first thought His contact for the deadly contracts is a woman named Helen when Jarret expresses a desire to retire from his deadly profession she tells him that he must do one job She plays emotional strings with him telling Jarret that if he doesn’t do the job she will come to harm The job is the killing of a populist presidential candidate in Indonesia running against a ruthless general that controls the media army and police Jarret is still the hardened assassin until he encounters a Shadow Puppet Theater and is mesmerized by the puppet master and his daughter They introduce him to some of the Indonesian culture as well as show him that he now is a channel for powerful healing energies The old habits die hard and while Jarret is healing people by touching them he still plans his last murder Through personal battles double crosses by people that could be allies and even encounters with the ruthless Indonesian police Jarret experiences a personality change for the better He is forced to make fateful decisions regarding his future and the future of an entire nation The action combines the brutal and unforgiving life of a professional assassin the spiritualism of the Buddhist religion and some ill defined magic The story moves uickly from the introduction through a conclusive ending in less than 90 pages It is a story that I would recommend to beginning authors as a demonstration of how a complete story can be told in less than a hundred pages Many authors feel that a complete story reuires a lot of characters and various plot threads this is a demonstration proof that if you do it right only one solid plot line is needed in order to create a story that keeps your interest This book was made available for free for review purposes and it appears on