Blue Fall

Blue Fall Review

The Tournament is the world's most dangerous state-sponsored war game. Each country fields a team of three players. Each team is given a color as their calling card and the freedom to do whatever it takes to win. The playing field is the entire globe and the stakes couldn’t be higher. There is only one requirement: it must be kept secret.

Frank Youngsmith’s life is stuck in a rut. He’s broke, bored, and works a dead-end job. What he doesn’t know is that he’s about to be in a fight for his life. When Frank stumbles into the dark world of the Tournament when the game is on, it’s up to him to expose the secret...or die trying.

Title:Blue Fall
Edition Language:English

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  • Dianne

    Far beneath the radar of the world’s population, an international high stakes game is being played. Eight three-man teams each representing their country will stand against each other until only one...

  • Mihir

    Full Review originally at Fantasy Book Critic ANALYSIS: Blue Fall is a book which was sent to us for review purposes, the blurb details given above do not appear that exciting but what garnered my i...

  • Jill Elizabeth

    My review copy of Blue Fall was generously provided by the author, B.B. Griffith.Blue Fall. An enigmatic title – and one whose origin/meaning I’m still not entirely sure about, even after finishin...

  • Annah

    Blue Fall is the first book in the Tournament series. This book is amazing, epically amazing. The writing itself was great. There was so much detail and character discovery. It was fast-paced in all t...

  • Mieneke

    Blue Fall is a fun, fast read. The idea of national warriors, who might even be used to settle political disputes between nations, is fascinating. As mentioned on the publisher's website, the idea of ...

  • Chandni

    There aren’t many unique ideas for film, T.V. or literature these days, but Griffith managed to create a brilliant novel with an entirely new premise. The Tournament can be described as a competitio...

  • Katbyrdie

    DNF - Once again, I wanted to like this book. I got over a quarter of the way through and had to stop. All the male characters (and they were almost all male), started to run together. I couldn't reme...

  • Michelle

    It was OK. Touted as being an "adult" version of the Hunger Games, but it doesn't begin to compare. I never liked the characters enough and the first half of the book was slow...slow...slow.I won't be...

  • Shawana

    This book was great. It has action, adventure and well developed characters. If I had to compare it to something, I would say it Hunger Games for adults with a touch of the Bourne movie series. I just...

  • Delie

    Competitors in a secret competition where the playing field is the world and teams are grouped by a few countries. Violent, full of action and deceit. A good read to keep your heart pumping. ...