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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-figh 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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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-figh 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.

30 review for Kill Game

  1. 4 out of 5

    Komekoro

    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 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 or anything technological. Will is a southern gentleman who could have been a Olympic athlete. And Kim is a psychology genius who earned multiple advanced psychology degrees by the time he was twenty. The elements that I really enjoyed are the interesting characters and character interactions. Gaia has to learn how to become a member of the team, and not just act as an individual. Will, for the first time in his life, is dealing with stiff competition and not being the best. Kim is dealing with a case he has never even heard of before- Gaia. He doesn't know how to characterize her, or why she acts the way she does. But he knows there is something important about her that he is just missing. Catherine, in this book, serves as a way for the reader to see Gaia through another person's eyes. Another interesting thing about Fearless FBI: Kill game is that it is written in 3rd person omniscient, FBI Field reports, and first person. The main part of the action is in third person omniscient. Usually it will focus on one person at a time, but it can switch the focus at any time. While it might sound confusing, Francine Pascal actually uses this very adeptly. Then, there are short entries, almost like a personal journal for each character. Each persons' voice is distinct, and allows the reader to delve even further into the minds of these characters. Finally, the FBI Field reports remind the reader what is really at stake, and the big picture. All in all, this is a very enjoyable book to read. It is a fast read, very action-oriented, and has plenty of twists and turns for the characters and readers to follow.

  2. 5 out of 5

    J.Elle

    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. 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.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Eleanor

    Fearless FBI is a follow-up series to Fearless, which is about a teenage girl “born without the fear gene” (teh sciencez!) living in New York who just kicks everyone’s ass vigilante-style because she can. Very ’90s, very girl-power, lots of violence and sexual tension. I was not allowed to read them and therefore had to borrow them in secret from my best friend. In Fearless FBI, our protag Gaia has just graduated from Stanford and joined the FBI (in the first book’s first scene, she saves everyo Fearless FBI is a follow-up series to Fearless, which is about a teenage girl “born without the fear gene” (teh sciencez!) living in New York who just kicks everyone’s ass vigilante-style because she can. Very ’90s, very girl-power, lots of violence and sexual tension. I was not allowed to read them and therefore had to borrow them in secret from my best friend. In Fearless FBI, our protag Gaia has just graduated from Stanford and joined the FBI (in the first book’s first scene, she saves everyone from a suicide bomber at her college graduation because of course that’s a natural venue for a domestic terrorist). These were written around 2005, and there are definite efforts to integrate some more sophisticated gender politics, but they flounder because Pascal is clearly a lot more comfortable in the “RESPECT WOMEN, YOU DOUCHE [round-house kick] THAT’S RIGHT, GIRLS CAN BE CUTE AND DANGEROUS” zone. They’re quite bad and joyfully two of the series (vols 1 and 3) are available in ebook form. (Vols 2 and 4 are not, which is a huge disappointment; please get on that, Simon & Schuster, kthanks.)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kendra

    Honestly after reading all the Fearless books I had HIGH hopes for this off series and this first book just let me DOWN. It took a while to get to the main points and I didnt like the way the pages were formatted. Unlike the original series I DID get bored with this book. I am hoping the series gets better than this!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Feynman Yang

    Is a really good book, has a lot of contract and contradiction, also the character is very interesting.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sandy Emerson

    My sister used to collect the 'Sweet Valley High' books that this author wrote, however those books weren't really my thing.  I was never really interested in them.  If the 'Fearless' series had been about back then, I would have snapped them up quickly. 'Kill Game' follows the story of Gaia Moore, a girl who has never known what it was like to be afraid.  When she saves her graduation class and their friends and family from being blown up by a crazed student, she realizes that the burst of adren My sister used to collect the 'Sweet Valley High' books that this author wrote, however those books weren't really my thing.  I was never really interested in them.  If the 'Fearless' series had been about back then, I would have snapped them up quickly. 'Kill Game' follows the story of Gaia Moore, a girl who has never known what it was like to be afraid.  When she saves her graduation class and their friends and family from being blown up by a crazed student, she realizes that the burst of adrenalin she gets from doing death-defying stunts fills the empty gap she has in her life.  So she decides to join the FBI and the fun starts from there. Gaia was a character that I really enjoyed.  She wasn't your average character.  She was an angry, yet, caring one.  She made mistakes.  She had a level of pride that was at times her downfall and she had a major competitive streak, especially against Will.  I liked how there was more strength to her than sweetness.  She's was a 'kickass' character. Francine Pascal wrote 'Kill Game' in such a way that there was more than one central character.  There was Gaia, of course, but the author wrote with multiple character narratives, which meant that I got to find out more about the other characters - Will, Kim and Catherine.  The writing style changed from 1st to 3rd voice all the way through the book.  I must admit I found it odd when I first started reading it until I got used to it.  Something else to add is that is has a slight Epistolary novel feel to it as well. What I also adored about this book was that there was a diverse character in it.  Kim was a LGBT character and Chinese-American. He was super smart and comfortable in his own skin.  Keep in mind that 'Kill Game' was published in 2005 when it wasn't as big of a thing as it now to have diverse characters in books.  And, it was New Adult.  I don't know why I was so surprised by that, but I guess it's because New Adult only seems to have become a thing in the last couple of years. Some of the scenes in this book seemed so real.  It didn't shy away from bigotry and hate.  But I think it was written in such a way where even though I was highly offended for the sake of the characters, it wasn't anything more than that.  And, the offenders did get their comeuppance - which made me very happy. For the romance lovers, I can say that there is a slight one between two of the characters, but it is a slow-burning one.  No one is falling instantly in love here - which is very much a pet peeve of mine. Overall, I really liked this book.  I couldn't find anything that I would really fault.  The story ticked a lot of boxes in the type of contemporary novels I enjoy.  I loved the balance between the action and normality in 'Kill Game' - even if it was a FBI training camp. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes an action book with kickass characters and having a fun reading experience.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cori

    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 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 that series and this is, of course, an entirely different set of books. I guess I feel like this new series is kinda going in the exact opposite direction of the original, and it's a bit of a jolt. However, that intent is very clearly laid out for the reader, as Gaia struggles to overcome the impulsive recklessness that defined the Fearless books, and I could see this series really becoming just as good as the first, once I get over the slight shock of how much has changed. In any case, I'd highly recommend this book to fans of the first series, however, if you haven't read the Fearless series, Fearless: FBI is going to be a challenge to understand. There are innumerable references to the first series, and Gaia's entire psyche is built around the events of that series. So if you're a newcomer to Fearless, you're gonna have to read up on Gaia's history, and I'd recommend reading all of the books, all 36 of them. -This is kind of a side note that I've always wanted to have clarified, although it enters more into the realm of psychology/neuroscience than the actual story itself: If Gaia cannot feel fear, then what emotions are off limits to her? Worry? Concern? And where is the defining line between the body's chemical/physical response to danger and actual fear itself? These are kind of nit picky questions that I've always had about the story's premise of a girl without the fear gene. Maybe it was better explained in later Fearless books, but I've just never understood it. I feel like it kind of detracts from the believability of the series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Laina

    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 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 Catherine and a southern guy named Will that can't stand to be beaten by her in any of the drills at the base. Towards the end, Gaia gets involved in a real case, and get herself into all sorts of trouble, leaving you on your toes for the next book. I loved this book because of the action, and i would reccomend it to anyone looking for a good action packed book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    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 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 her angst, which is fine, and I really like how she reflects back on some of her prior actions and recognizes that some of the decisions she made weren't really for the best...but at this point, growing up seems to have taken Gaia's voice, to me, anyway.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    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 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 adjust to becoming a team player if she plans to have any success in her chosen field as an agent who hunts down serial killers for a living.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Daniel

    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 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 trouble and she is constantly trying not to get kicked out of the school.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Naomi

    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.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Gwen

    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?

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ivy

    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.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Deborah

    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.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Steph

    Not bad, but I miss the original.

  17. 5 out of 5

    The Third Place A Teen Library

    F PAS ffbi bk. 1

  18. 5 out of 5

    Tahlia

    cliff hanger...

  19. 4 out of 5

    Edwina Callan

    Total brain candy ... I liked it!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

  21. 4 out of 5

    Steph

  22. 4 out of 5

    Yoshinee

  23. 5 out of 5

    Theaccomplishedpear

  24. 5 out of 5

    Carol

  25. 5 out of 5

    Irishdancer

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

  27. 4 out of 5

    Crystal

  28. 4 out of 5

    Nora

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mayee

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