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Callsign: King - Underworld (Jack Sigler / Chess Team - Chesspocalypse Novellas Book 4) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 534 KB
  • Print Length: 186 pages
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  • Publisher: Breakneck Media (November 1, 2011)
  • Publication Date: November 1, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0062QOJWQ
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These books are a lot of fun to read. Each of the characters seems to have a rich back story and these books really help flush out the characters between novels.
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To All Readers: This is as thrilling a book as you'll ever find along with Author Jeremy Robinson's with Sean Ellis's other novels. Callsign: King - Book 2 - Underworld (A Jack Sigler - Chess Team Novella) is a brilliantly written story set in beautiful Arizona and the Superstitious Mountains. The content of this tale is highly imaginative and exciting. Total Recommendation of this work.
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Call Sign: King, book 2: Underworld is the second part of the Brainstorm trilogy. Fast paced and action-packed, this novella is hard to put down. Just like all the others! Try it out once you've read the rest: Prime, Pulse, Instinct, Threshold, and the Call Sign novellas for King, book 1, Queen, Rook, Bishop, and Knight-in that order. Now onto Call Sign: Deep Blue!
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Quick and to the point on this review.. This book was I think the best of the Short chess team novels. Great plot and killer action! Guys start from the 1st book Pulse and read all of the chess team material GREAT BOOKS!!!

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Jeremy Robinson has done it again with another great story! The 2nd novella in the Brainstorm Trilogy is even better than the first. This time King is in Arizona facing monsters from the underground. At the same time, King is being pursued as well! Full of action and thrills, this is a fun read with a lot of adventure. After all, where in the world are these monsters coming from and what has brought them out from the deep reaches of the earth? All I can say is read it and find out and you too, will become enamored with King!
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Call Sign: King - Brainstorm is a side story of Chess Team Commander, Jack Sigler.
This is a 3 part Novella series makes up the book.
For fans of the other Chess Team novels who love Jeremy's fast paced, smart, action packed thrillers.
King is joined by his girlfriend and CDC detective Sara Fogg, and his best friend archeologist George Peirce (who was in the Pulse novel).
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I love this whole chess team series. I can't wait for the release of his new books coming up. I was so impressed I have read all of his books
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King, Jack Sigler, is supposed to have the weekend off to go fishing with his best friend, George Pierce. An incident in Arizona abruptly changes those plans. A video makes it online showing a young woman being attacked by some sort of monster. Then the video mysteriously disappears from online and every computer that it had been downloaded to.

The military has secured the area of the attack so King and Pierce are sneaking in a back way. They come upon a paranormal investigator and end up getting caught by the military. King, Pierce and the investigator survive attacks by the monsters, being chased by the military, and an assassin as they try to figure out what is attacking and why.

This is a very fast paced story, all of it happening in the space of a few hours one night. King is in fine form using his computer type brain to save the day and Pierce is delightful. This is a great edition to the Chess Team story line. I would read it again. In fact, I have already read it twice.
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