Iris Johansen Message Board
posts on 5/27/2006 12:03:42 PM
Please write about Kemal and Marisa and Melis. I would like to know what happen to Hans and to Barney.
george posts on 12/26/2005 12:45:16 AM
Have any of Iris JOhanens books been made into movies? Just finished the Wind Dancre series and the Fatal Tide and a couple of other, all of which would make great movies.
Robin posts on 12/3/2005 1:25:39 PM
I posted ths once before.. But have seen sever requests after for a "read" list.. So here you go, again:)
I had a librarian who was also a HUGE fan and had read to current put the "order to read list" together for me. I am done with all of the books on the list and so far its been in good order.. faces of deception - the killing game - the search - final target - no one to trust - body of lies - dead aim - fatal tide - firestorm - blind alley - countdown - to be released soon all of them seem to introduce a new character and then lead off of them still intertwining the old characters as well..
jhaneez posts on 11/30/2005 9:11:53 PM
hello evryone,its nice to know people who also like to read iris johansen's novels.the one i really like so far is the book entitled "the search".i like the way logan and sarah fall for each other
mean machine posts on 11/7/2005 5:53:14 PM
i think there should be loads more books fearturing elena from -no one to trust- with galen as a bonus!!! i loved that book. my first by iris.
Pat posts on 10/3/2005 5:07:15 PM
I too hate the read the books out of sequence. Is there a list somewhere that tells us what year the books were written. That way we can read them all and won't miss any.
Barb posts on 8/31/2005 1:08:26 PM
Does anyone know the order of the series? I hate reading this stuff out of order. Thanks.
mswilson posts on 8/21/2005 10:51:34 PM
I love Jane and Trevor, but are you just trying to make a believable relationship with them where sometimes you are unsure of the other or your true feelings, hence the MacDuff situation? I loved his character and his protecctiveness toward Jack. Will he have his own story and his own heroine? (Or was I just reading into too much at the end?)
jazmyn posts on 8/18/2005 5:39:07 PM
i would read the other books if i were you. it gives you an appreciation for the characters. You get to know them awfully well. All the other ones certainly lead up to this one.
Roydrowsy posts on 8/9/2005 5:14:15 PM
So a few years back, on a whim I picked up THE KILLING GAME, read it and loved it. I think I read THE SEARCH....
little did i know that these books are sort of... a part of a series.. I picked up BLIND ALLEY today, and so I guess my question is.. before I start reading BLINE ALLEY, should I stop and make an effort to read everything in between.. or is it not a big deal?
knowing what i know now.. my next few stops at the library will probably be for these other books... but i was junt wondering if i should dig right in..or hold off for a lil bit.
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