Blood Oath Hardcover – Jun 11 1992
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About the Author
David Morrell is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty-eight books, including his award-winning Creepers. Co-founder of the International Thrillers Writers Organization, he is considered by many to be the father of the modern action novel. To learn more, go to www.davidmorrell.net. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Top Customer Reviews
So, in closing I can say that I'll give Morrell another shot. I loved the Rambo movies and would love the chance to read "First Blood" or something that will stick out so I can further read his material. In saying that, the Rambo movies were also movies motivated by revenge, but it wasn't the point Morrell was trying to get across.
It was hard for me to give this only 3 stars. But as a man who makes up his mind and sticks to his guns, that's all I can give it. Maybe next time.
G'Kar - Na'Toth - Garibaldi novel.
The events take place before "The Coming of Shadows".
The story is slow at times, and at other times very interesting. It is mostly boring, although the end is quite good, in contrary with the rest of the novel.
I think it is another great representation of how awesome an author David Morrell is.
His thrillers have been great through the end and this one
is no exception. Peter Houston, looking for his father's grave, finds
hidden secrets that are revealed throughout the book. Make sure you read this
outstanding book from the great thriller writer we have all
grown to love, David Morrell.
Most recent customer reviews
...This book has it's moments, it starts out well and keeps your attention for awhile. In the end it starts to unravel the best moments are the groin stabbing demise of one of the... Read morePublished on March 5 2002
This was the first book I have read from David Morrell and this book is a prime example of why I continue to read his novels. Read morePublished on Feb. 11 2002 by Blake
I had to admit from Vornholt's point of view, the Narns are especially easy to compare with the Star Trek's Klingons. Read morePublished on April 13 2000 by Ichirou Ohgami
Morrell is my favorite outhor and he thrilled me again with this book. I didnt want to put it down and have read it over several times.Published on Nov. 18 1999
Having read and thoroughly enjoyed one David Morrell novel I purchased all of his books that I could find. Some I found readable, some I could not put down. Read morePublished on Aug. 3 1999 by tgaston
For a small book written for a TV show I think it was not bad. I enjoyed reading about how G'Kar got where he is. It's not all action but that's B5 and that's how I like it.Published on July 21 1999
What can be said except that Vornholt has no idea how to write Babylon 5. The plot is flawed, the settings will be unfamiliar and unrecognizable to B5 fans, and the... Read morePublished on July 2 1999
A very exciting, well planned, brilliantly written novel which fits in perfectly with the story arc that B5 fans have come to love. Read morePublished on Jan. 4 1999