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Still recovering from the tragic loss of a good friend, Jack Sigler, callsign: King, leads the Chess Team - a crew of former Delta operators - back into action. But what should be a routine snatch-and-grab to capture a drug cartel leader escalates out of control, throwing the team into a challenge unlike anything they've ever faced. An enemy from their past, who is close to unmasking their identities, joins forces with the psychotic cartel kingpin, setting a trap that will shake the team to its foundations.

While the team battles enemies old and new, King's fiancée, CDC disease detective Sara Fogg, struggles to stop a strange outbreak that transforms the infected into ravenous, inhuman monsters. Once responsible for the disappearance of the Roanoke settlers, the disease now threatens to spread across the planet, ending human civilization in a bloodbath of violence.

Hunted by humans and monsters alike, King and the Chess Team face a desperate choice - sacrifice themselves or let the world bleed.

©2015 Jeremy Robinson (P)2015 Jeremy Robinson

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  • Mel
  • 2015-05-19

It's EDEN-ton.... not Ed-enton

A sci-fi adventure based in The Outer Banks involving The Lost Colony. Never heard of such but it's a fine Chess Team adventure.

If you are a fan of elite spec ops teams "off-the-grid" saving the world then you'll enjoy Jeremy Robinson's Chess Team series. I am and I do.

But tell the narrator its Eden-ton not Ed-enton. :-(

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  • CarterFSU
  • 2015-07-22

Excellent Adventure

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What a wild ride - I loved every minute of it! This was such an intense story, although there were parts that made me question my eating choices going forward. I have read these books out of order, so this is only my third Chess Team book. I am going back to the beginning and reading the rest as soon as I can. I love the non-stop action in this series.

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  • Stacey
  • 2015-04-11

Always a great listen!

This book more than met my expectations. The time just flies by when I'm listening. I keep trying to turn it off for a bit but I have to hear what happens next.

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  • Jayde
  • 2022-06-08

What a ride!

All of the Chess Team stories are innovative and mind bending but this one takes that to a whole new level. Hope there is more to come.
I received this free review audiobook and I am voluntarily leaving this unbiased review.

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  • Lufe
  • 2022-04-16

Ok listen. Some spoilers ahead

Largely the story was intriguing. But at the end, I find it difficult to believe that such a group would opt to go off grid and on the run. Even if they stayed working for the government (like that had been in earlier books), they would have access to supplies, resources, money, health insurance, etc. Conceptually, I don’t think real people in that same situation would choose to willingly go on the run. I understand there’s a lot of fantastical things in the books, but I find this concept unbelievable.

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  • Walter W. Chu
  • 2020-07-22

Very Good

Neat little story. Granted, some aspects have been used in plots by other writers. Still, this one is different enough to hold my interest. Some plot devices seem to have been thrown together to bring us to a point later in the story. Still, I enjoyed it.

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  • hexwolfx
  • 2020-04-12

not my favorite one

This novel was more like a story for early start of a series and really felt away just to get rid of annoying adversary and to bring the forwshadowing of the bext top villain in series. I also didn't get the same frill of learning historical facts like in your other novels this just felt luckiest at best in that regard

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  • April Duhon
  • 2019-12-05

Chest team dominates

Jeremy’s work is captivating! I’m hooked on chest team series; I feel like I know the characters. His ability to merge real life places & events with mythology & supernatural twists is genius. On to the next book!

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  • JOHN F BRITTMON
  • 2017-12-28

Awful narration

Story was decent but narrator was awful. I felt like I was listening to the old Twilight zone narrator.

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  • Jamie
  • 2016-06-27

Awesome

Great story weaved into history. characters were well developed and easy to like. Hard to stop the story or concentrate on other things while listening which is a plus for the book a negative for trying to get other things done.