The Girl With The Gun Emily Kimelman is a best selling author who has reimagined a traditional genre for a new generation New York Times Best Selling Author of Black Hawk Down Mark Bowden When international fugitive Sydney

  • Title: The Girl With The Gun
  • Author: Emily Kimelman
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  • Emily Kimelman is a best selling author who has reimagined a traditional genre for a new generation New York Times Best Selling Author of Black Hawk Down Mark Bowden When international fugitive Sydney Rye turns herself over to authorities in order to protect the vigilante network she inspired, her freedom depends on helping Homeland Security shift the tides in a wEmily Kimelman is a best selling author who has reimagined a traditional genre for a new generation New York Times Best Selling Author of Black Hawk Down Mark Bowden When international fugitive Sydney Rye turns herself over to authorities in order to protect the vigilante network she inspired, her freedom depends on helping Homeland Security shift the tides in a war for hearts and minds Recruiting female fighters to take on jihadists because being killed by a woman is the only thing they fear it bars their entrance to heaven is the perfect assignment for Sydney and her dog, Blue But when the director who enlisted her is killed and the deal she made is scrapped, Sydney and Blue are left in a war zone, hunted by the U.S government and jihadistsE SYDNEY RYE SERIESSave over 50% when you purchase the first box set books 1 3 AND receive all 3 audiobooks for FREE UNLEASHED DEATH IN THE DARKINSATIABLESave over 35% when you purchase the second box set books 4 6 STRINGS OF GLASSTHE DEVIL S BREATHINVITING FIREFree for a limited time SHADOW HARVEST New Release THE GIRL WITH THE GUN

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    1. Okay story.Read all of this series, like strong female characters and brave dog named Blue. As always many people are killed. Story about Kurdistan women fighters.

    2. This is a combination of sci-fi and just plain blood and guts. Not particularly well written but captivating in a way that's hard to explain. I've read the preceding volumes and have become attached to Sydney Rye and her wolf dog Blue. I have to read the next volume to see if she lives!

    3. Oh My Freaking Goodness that was an amazingly, thrilling twister of epic proportions and yes if you hadn't guessed I love the Sydney Rye books they are all awesome but this one was a cut above and it really leaves you guessing.Sydney Rye has come into her own so much over the 8 books in this series Girl with the Gun showed us all that Sydney Rye and Blue are a true force to be reckoned with. What I loved most about this story was the empowering woman message that sprung from a war zone to show u [...]

    4. The Girl with the Gun by Emily KimelmanTo say that this book is fast paced, is an understatement. I could barely catch my breath! If you have not yet become a fan of Sydney Rye and her dog Blue, you will be after reading this story.I will admit that at times I was a bit overwhelmed by the gory bits, in fact had to keep looking the Kimelman's picture in order to reassure myself that she did not look like a killer. The advantage to the fast pace is that those scenes quickly fade and the reader is [...]

    5. The Girl With The Gun, Sydney Rye Book #8by Emily KimelmanI'm not going to review Kimelman's writing, but I will critique the story line. I've reviewed her style of writing often. It's good. There's action galore. There are strong and consistent characters. The editing and proofing are excellent. That leaves the story. In this episode, Sydney as agreed to give herself up to Declan Doyle, now of Homeland Security, although she has not yet shared that decision with the others at Joyful Justice. Bo [...]

    6. Fast paced and full of actionThis is the 8th book in the Sydney Rye series but the first one I have read. It sounded I figuring from the reviews and I wasn't disappointed. Sydney and her dog Blue are quite a force. There's enough clues to her backstory that this book stands alone. It's a bit political in that Sydney tries to help Kurdish women right for equality in what I think is an area of Iraq close to the Syrian border. Most of the characters in the book are flawed, and there isn't much of a [...]

    7. The Girl With The Gun (Sydney Rye #8) — Emily Kimelman (18 chapters) Jan. 5-10, 2018With this new story, Sydney returns to old form. It felt very much like the older stories I read, and this reader liked that a lot.This author has always written well defined stories and this no is no different, but I always worry that this particular series might be running it’s course. That is why I waited awhile to read this book from #7. I’m not sure if that was what helped in this case, or if the autho [...]

    8. I did not realize I was in the middle of a series when I read this book. But you know what it did not matter. The story and Characters supported this book So well. As Usual I will only tell you enough to make you want to read this book, but not enough to spoil your Read!!! Sydney Rye and her Dog Blue are Fugitives wanted by the CIA and Homeland Security. She is the mainstay of a vigilante Organization known as Joyful Justice. Sydney is a high Quality assassin and Warrior.She has to turn herself [...]

    9. The Girl With The Gun (Sydney Rye #8) - a review by Rosemary KennySydney Rye (aka Joy Humbolt) is a feisty PI with a mission; using her secret vigilante corporation Joyful Justice, with its HQ in an inactive volcano no less, she works this, her latest case, reluctantly - blackmailed about her past and alter ego by the Homeland Security agent, Declan Doyle and his superior Mary Levanthal.When the truth about the international [and extremely up-to-date in its subject matter], case is revealed, Syd [...]

    10. I love Sydney and Blue. Their relationship knows no boundaries. She would die for him as easily as he would for her. Blue is the only constant that Sydney has and the only one she’s allowed completely into her heart. She’s accepted her fate and realizes that peace will only come for her in the form of death. But we all know our girl won’t go down without a fight. This book makes valid points on how women are underestimated and considered second class the world over. But when given the chan [...]

    11. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review This book/story is about a kick ass female operative who doesn't take kindly to be. Whether this is from government agencies or private citizens, it doesn't matter. She is a founding member of her own private organization which puts wrongs right and gets involved with a government organization which attempts to use her and then eliminate her. This doesn't really go well for all concerned parties, because as I stated earl [...]

    12. The girl with the gunSydney turns herself into Homeland Security to save joyful justice. They send her to middle east. They want her to get women to rise up and fight for the right equals, against a religious faction. She director who set it up got killed leaving Sydney in the hands of Declan. Before Declan to take her to prison she shooting escapes. Along the she meets Zerzan, the tigress. Lots of rescue missions. On one, Sydney will become a target from CIA within her team will betray her. The [...]

    13. I really love the Sydney Rye series. This one is no exception. Packed with action, morale dilemmas, war and love. I enjoyed the increased interactions with Blue than there is in some of the books. BhumThese are not really stand alone books. To receive the maximum enjoyment and understanding, you really should start at the beginning of the series. But this is not really a hardship as this author does not dissappoint. You will however, become like the rest of us, anxiously awaiting the next book i [...]

    14. I downloaded The Girl with a Gun as a free book from . This was book 8 of a series, but this was the only one I've read by this author. I'm happy to say, the author refers back to prior incidents enough to let the reader know background information without a total rehash. I totally loved the read and added book 9 to my reading list-- do I plan to read backwards? probably not, as I'm not much for going backwards in a series, but I will check out anything else the author writes.

    15. Sydney Rye is a hired vigilante who fights for justice around the world. This is the eighth in a series of Kimelman novels about the daring operative. This time, she joins forces with an all-female militia in the Middle East to fight against ISIS. Of course, Rye is severely wounded at the end, and it drives the reader toward the next installment. I think I’m hooked.

    16. Thank Fight For WomenThank you for this exciting and dangerous story about Sydney and Zerzan and their courageous fight for the freedom of women in the Middle East. The storyline was great and fast-moving. I especially enjoyed "Blue". The many characters were intriguing. I look forward to reading more of your work.

    17. Wow! What won't Sydney do next? I was hooked from the start. Her cause that she fights for in this book is awesome. She puts herself in harm's way so many times. She seems to have given in to the fact that this is her last mission. Emily's ending of this book in the series is so well written that you believe it is! Can't wait to read the next one!

    18. Excellent BookThis author knows how to keep readers on edge of seat. A excellent story with lots of new characters introduced which I hope to remeet in other books. I will continue following this wonderful author

    19. Sydney steps out of herself!As I had hoped Sydney became selfless instead of self centered! I enjoyed this book more than 3-6, combined. Emily Kimelman is a talented writer, and if she is half as badass as Sydney just stay out of her way! Thank you Emily, I'm a fan.

    20. This one didn't work as well for me as previous ones.Sydney teams up with other female vigilantes in the Middle East to take on the equivalent of ISISat part of it was great, the emphasis on "womam power" and Sydney's doom and gloom attitude about her own survival wore on me.

    21. This was such a heart-pounding, thrilling installment to the series. And the ending?! I can’t wait to start the next book! Such a good series and I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a thrilling series.

    22. Another winner by E. Kimelman!!I have read numerous books by E. Kimelman, but I can't remember which ones so guess I'll just have to find out which ones I have read before I buy more.Great books

    23. Best ending I think this book may be a stepping stone for Sydney. She is trying to define herself. I think she has come along way but has along way to go maybe. I'm a bit scared to see where this story will pick up.

    24. Each one of the Sydney Rye books seem to get better and better. I thoroughly enjoyed this one and was sad that it was over. I couldn't put it down and read it in a few hours!

    25. This is an insight into what is happening on the Middle East and the disregard ISIS had for women. My only concern is for Sydney's frame of mind at the end of the book.

    26. Hard to put down!The story kept me on the edge of my seat. I could not turn the pages fast enough. I would have liked to known who rescued Sydney.

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