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Summary

For more than a hundred million years, the Dark Continent has kept a savage secret. While on the trail of a stolen tactical nuclear weapon, Jack Sigler, callsign: King, and his black ops Chess Team, answer a cry for help. The Democratic Republic of the Congo is on the verge of exploding into another bloody civil war that will engulf all of Africa and put millions at risk, a crisis too politically volatile for any outside nation to touch. As the team, unfettered by political constraints, deploys across the globe, the threats spin out of control. A search for the Congo's missing president becomes a quest to solve a century old mystery, and uncover a secret that powerful men will kill to protect. A mission to rescue a team of scientists from violent revolutionaries devolves into a desperate run through the jungle, pursued by both modern man and ancient beast. And the effort to stop a revolution becomes a brutal contest, pitting King against the most cunning and sadistic foe he has ever faced-a deadly mercenary known as the Red Queen. King has traveled around the globe and across time to protect the people he loves. Now, he must face a harsh truth: he cannot save everyone.

Jeremy Robinson and Sean Ellis, the best-selling team of The Brainstorm Trilogy and Prime return with an action-packed tale rivaling the best of Matthew Reilly and James Rollins. Savage is a fresh re-launch for Jack Sigler and the Chess Team, so if you've never tried a Jack Sigler thriller, this is the perfect point to jump in and enjoy the chaos. And if you're a long time fan, welcome back, and prepare yourself...

©2014 Jeremy Robinson (P)2014 Jeremy Robinson

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Chess Team

Jeremy, Sean & Jeffery have done it again with this first class action thriller, with the continuing adventures of Jack and the rest of the Chess Team.
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  • trixie
  • 18-10-14

Grat book

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This is a wonderful audiobook. I want more, NOW! You can't end like that and expect me to wait? Well I guess I have too. Get it. Read it. Love it. Great book, nothing else to say.

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  • Jayde
  • 06-06-22

Another great story

This was another great story in the Jack Sigler series. Interesting finds and the team each does their thing to make it happen. Ready for the next book.
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  • JM
  • 24-04-22

Amazing Story

The story kept me engaged throughout, I liked the main characters and there development and the mystery that ran through the story was also interesting and a well developed storyline. The narrator Jeffrey Kafer was also good. Would definitely listen to more by the writer's. I received this audiobook for free from FABC, and this is my voluntary review.

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  • Lufe
  • 16-04-22

Spoiler warning

The action and suspense was good. But it’s starting to annoy me that something happens to make it magically work out. A little bit of deus ex machina is fine, but I feel like it’s way overdone in this series. Bishop should have died at the end. How did it manage to survive that? Also don’t care for the constant retelling of things that happened in earlier books.

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  • hexwolfx
  • 15-10-20

Jeremy and Verne lost world masters

Different from outer Sigler novels has Jeremy puts has threw whirlwind of self exploration has chacthers show there opinions of there world views and the pains they can indure to complete the mission. A secound change was inducing a plotidea similar to James Rollins way who gives new things a place in the world he iminges by making the lost dino world apart of the history of Sigler's world has it grows.

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  • Walter W. Chu
  • 10-06-20

As Good As The Others

Very good. Yes, some points are bit of a reach, but this is fiction, so who cares. This book maintains the level of crafting a story that I have come to expect from Jeremy Robinson over the years.

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  • April Duhon
  • 16-01-20

5 Stars!!

Another great read by Jeremy! I can't get enough of the Chess Team! Action packed as always. I am hooked on this series!

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  • Trainwreck109
  • 13-05-17

Addicting

can't get enough of the chess team! amazing characters and amazing stories! on to the next.

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  • Duc1100
  • 04-05-17

Failure to launch.

Would you try another book from Jeremy Robinson and Sean Ellis and/or Jeffrey Kafer?

Maybe.

Would you ever listen to anything by Jeremy Robinson and Sean Ellis again?

Maybe.

Which scene was your favorite?

Mortar attack in the jungle.

What character would you cut from SAVAGE (A Jack Sigler Thriller - Book 6)?

Not sure.

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Story lacks finesse. Author puts characters in life threatening situations far too often with them only escaping death because of inept villains or random luck. If any level of realism was applied, the entire team would be dead after a couple chapters.

Would be a better read if these uber special ops individuals managed to detect and avoid a few of the traps instead of marching straight into them and shooting their way out after a formulaic car chase or similar repetitive escape sequence.

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  • Daniel Delgado
  • 17-09-16

Another great Chess Team story

This is another fabulous installment in the Jack
Sigler series. The action occurs almost immediately, as we have come to expect in these books. In this story the team once again faces trials that separate its members, shows their fallibility and humanity, and tests them each in new ways. If you are a fan then this book is a must read.

Jeffrey Kafer did a good, not great, job as narrator. He is far better now than he was in his earliest performances, but he does not provide much range in character voices. In fact, there are only 2 characters that sound unique: Asha and Rook. Beyond them most, male and female alike, sound almost the same. My hope is that he continues to improve by working on this shortcoming.