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Publisher's Summary

Callsign: King - The Brainstorm Trilogy is a complete collection of three novellas featuring Jack Sigler, aka, King, the lead hero in Jeremy Robinson's Chess Team.

CALLSIGN: KING - Book 1

The fabled Elephant Graveyard has been discovered. It contains enough ivory to make Ethiopia a wealthy nation. But the cave contains more than physical riches - it also holds the means to control the world. Fifteen scientists enter the cave. Only one leaves.

Jack Sigler, Callsign: King (field leader of the covert, black ops Chess Team) receives a cryptic text from Sara Fogg, his girlfriend and CDC "disease detective". A catastrophic disease has been reported in Ethiopia’s Great Rift Valley, but Fogg suspects something more is going on. Her suspicion is confirmed when King's arrival in Africa is met by a high speed assassination attempt.

As King fights against two competing, high-tech mercenary forces, each struggling for control of the deadly discovery, Fogg disappears. Working with the surviving member of the science team that made the discovery, King begins a search for Fogg and the source of the potential plague that takes him back to the Great Rift Valley, back to the Elephant Graveyard, and brings him face-to-face with modern man's origins.

CALLSIGN: KING - Book 2 - UNDERWORLD

Strange things have always happened in the Superstition Mountains of Arizona... Bizarre lights, reports of cave entrances that appear and then vanish, hundreds of mysterious disappearances... and rumors of monstrous creatures that inhabit a labyrinthine underworld.

When a terrifying accident on an Arizona highway leads to a military exclusion zone and a cover-up of staggering proportions, Jack Sigler - Callsign: King, field leader of the elite and ultra-secret covert Chess Team - joined by his closest friend, archaeologist George Pierce, sets out into the desert, intent on discovering the truth.

Assisted by a beautiful paranormal investigator, dogged by soldiers intent on preserving the quarantine, and pursued by a relentless legendary hitman, King soon finds himself in a race against time to prevent all out war with the creatures that inhabit the underworld.

CALLSIGN: KING - Book 3 - BLACKOUT

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.

©2010 Jeremy Robinson (P)2013 Jeremy Robinson

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All Hail to the King!

Although this was originally published as a 3 part set of Novellas I opted to get them all in a complete set and was not disappointed. This is effectively a King Solo adventure and was a excellent focus the one member of the Chess Team's fight to save the world from evil. Bringing in new enemies and old allies to stop another world changing event. Jeremy Robinson grabs you from the start and only slows down to let you catch your breath before hurtling you towards another set of world altering tribulations. Jeffery Kafer once again pulls out all the stops and brings King to life and drops you into the middle of the fray. Robinson and Kafer are a superb team up for breakneck action.

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3 great stories

It's awesome! well worth the read or in this case the listen! I have become a fan boy of jeremy robinson and his books! To be honest it been hard to find a series that can hold my attention and cause me to remember each character and its history. Jeremy has done it and he blends characters from his other series together in new books seamlessly!

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3 shots of Jack

If you could sum up Callsign: King - The Brainstorm Trilogy in three words, what would they be?

Human or AI

Who was your favorite character and why?

Jack because he is a strong character

What about Jeffrey Kafer’s performance did you like?

He did a good job conveying emotions and accents.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Jack and Fiona singing together

Any additional comments?

Love the series

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Great series

I'm a die hard fan. Recently I've begun branching out to other writings of Jeremy Robinson just so that I can get another amazing story and I gotta say I'm surprised. I can get into any book he writes! But Jack Siglar Novel's are my my FAVORITE! PLEASE write more soon Jeremy Robinson!

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  • 09-18-17

Terrible

I'm so sorry but I hated this. I've read all the other chess team books but thus one was poorly written. Poorly read. It killed King for me. I couldn't even finish listening to it. ;(