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Callsign: Knight - Book 1 (a Shin Dae-Jung - Chess Team Novella)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 13, 2014

    Just Okay

    The novella was pretty good but was far too predictable. It could use a twist or two so the reader gets a bit of a surprise. Also, the relationship between Knight and Beck made him seem like a sappy kind of person or maybe an adolescent boy. It really didn't add anything to the story and I had to roll my eyes more than once. I guess it was a good effort for a novella but it lacks way too much for a really good story. Stephanie Clanahan

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  • Posted September 30, 2014

    I really enjoy the Callsign series, it gives you an extended loo

    I really enjoy the Callsign series, it gives you an extended look at each of the characters in the Chess Team. I highly recommend reading them

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  • Posted March 10, 2014

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    A knight, in shining┬┐armor? Knight, Shin Dae-jung, is a small m

    A knight, in shining…armor?

    Knight, Shin Dae-jung, is a small man of Asian descent. He’s agile, smart, and rich. lol. He was on vacation when called to duty by Deep Blue. Two military camps were destroyed by, no one knows what. One camp was American and the other was British. The origin of the attacks were tracked back to an abandoned city in China. 

    Knight is being flown into the city in a specially outfitted airplane when the plane is hit by an EMP. The pilot is able to crash land it on top of a parking garage. Knight heads out to investigate the near surrounds. Seeing movement in a building, he runs in chasing down whoever it is. Turns out to be a couple of orphaned children who were unable to make it out of the city. Good thing too because they know a great hiding place from the monster that starts to chase all three of them through the building. 

    Knight enlists the kids help in watching for the monster while he heads out again. He is to meet with a military detachment to find out what his mission is. What he finds it that the detachment has been decimated. However, he does run into an old associate. A refuge from Manifold. Together the two discover that one mad scientist from Manifold had escaped and has been experimenting with a formula that changes people into monsters. Monsters that are incredibly hard to kill. 

    There is a lot of action in this story. I really like Knight. He’s a great guy. Mad science, monsters, an abandoned city, and a bit of flirting make this story a great read. Jeremy even managed to use the word twitterpated. I was so tickled. I love this story. 

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  • Posted February 10, 2014

    Call Sign: Knight is exactly the kind of story you would expect

    Call Sign: Knight is exactly the kind of story you would expect from someone named Knight.  Damsels and children to "rescue", a monster to fight, and a bad guy to stop.  I liked this Chess Team novella a lot.  It follows Prime, Pulse, Instinct, Threshold, and Call Sign books King book 1, Queen, Rook, and Bishop.  Awesome awesome series.  Check it out!  Now onto Call Sign: King book 2 Underworld!

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  • Posted January 11, 2014

    The Chess Team books are a blast to read and I loved each of the

    The Chess Team books are a blast to read and I loved each of the Callsign books.  Get to know each character a little better with a great story.  You can't go wrong with Jeremy Robinson's books, check them out!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2013

    Wells

    Walkin.s

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2013

    Go to res 1....

    And say move to ebon res 2!!!! Im locked out!!!

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