Twice before, Jack Sigler - Callsign: King - has stopped the mysterious ‘Brainstorm’ from destroying all life on earth. Twice before, he’s survived Brainstorm’s assassins. So when the mastermind behind Brainstorm surfaces in Paris, King goes on the offensive.
As the final showdown unfolds in the legendary City of Lights, the villain’s scheme to plunge the world into literal darkness is revealed. But even Brainstorm isn’t ready for the destructive force that has been unleashed…an entity of darkness imprisoned for more than a thousand years, set free now to devour...everything.
The blackout has begun...When the sun rises, the world will end.
©2012 Jeremy Robinson (P)2013 Jeremy Robinson
Jeffrey Kafer has made me a fan of audio books and I find his reads very entertaining. So much so, that for once, I would opt to listen to the story than to read it. I have read all of the Jeremy Robinson's Chess Team Books and have just now dived into the Novellas, which are perfect length for listening and Kafer does it the best.
Jeremy Robinson and Sean Ellis bring back some of my favorite pawns from the past, including Sarah Fogg and Fionna, Kings adopted daughter. Of course having Alexander back it the picture will always equal thrilling drama and end of the world antics, including black holes. Alexander's mysterious ways have always charmed me. This time King saves the day but with help from his close loved ones.
Jeffrey Kafer is captivating as always. This was my third book in a row narrated by him and I am downloading the next one right now!
Absolutely I would have sat through this in one sitting...if I only had the time :(
These Chess Team Novellas are a great way to catch up with your favorite Chess Team characters. I love the additional character development and have learned more about one of my favorite protagonists of all time, Jack Sigler , Call Sign KING.
I like the different inflections of his voice, how he describes what's going on. You can hear the excitement, shock, anger. Kafer has single-handled made me a fan of audiobooks and I intend to listen to more by him.
Yes and I did. I stayed up until after 4.30am because I couldn't turn it off - it was that good.
The third instalment in the King Trilogy doesn't disappoint, just like the others, it's full of action and has some great moments of character development.
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