Threshold (Chess Team Adventure #3) ☆☆☆☆ ½ DNF@39%

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Title: Threshold
Series: Chess Team Adventure #3
Author: Jeremy Robinson
Rating: 1/2 of 5 Stars
Genre: Action/Adventure
Pages: 351
Format: Digital Edition



Did Not Finish at 39%


My Thoughts:

“So, what, Christianity is founded on a magical charlaton?” (Jack Sigler)

“Jesus spent his childhood in Egypt, as did Moses, so it’s possible both men found some ancient source of knowledge and used what they learned to perform amazing miracles.” (Hercules)

Yeah, I’m done with this.When Christ’s Divine Nature is denied, then I stop reading. I will also not be reading any more by Jeremy Robinson.

☆☆☆☆ ½



  1. Pulse (Book 1)
  2. Instinct (Book 2)

14 thoughts on “Threshold (Chess Team Adventure #3) ☆☆☆☆ ½ DNF@39%

  1. You’ll want to watch out for his other pen names then, I think I read a post-apocalyptic sci-fi with the author name Jeremiah Knight.

    I probably wouldn’t have DNFed the book, maybe the big reveal at the end is the characters finding out they were completely wrong! I guess there’s probably a wiki entry or someone else’s review that could tell you that, though.

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        1. It was going right along as far as I was concerned. Heck, the stuff about Moses I had no problem with. But like I said, I take the Divine pretty seriously. That is one of those things that is an auto DNF for me…


    1. Because a 0star rating is “unrated” in calibre, so to show my complete disdain, I have to give it at least a 1/2star. I used to give one stars, but when I moved to booklikes, I got used to 1/2stars.

      0stars/Unrated are now usually reserved for books that I couldn’t finish but that I didn’t have any thing to really complain about, ie, “it is me, not you” kind of thing.

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