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`Read Epub Û Measure of Danger ⚡ Success in a secret operation could be his redemptionBut to get inside the mysterious group known as The Chapter, he ll have to become one of themKade Sims is a young former intelligence officer, recruited by the FBI to secretly collect evidence of organized crime at an agricultural biotech company in rural Oregon But when he uncovers the activities of a high tech militia and an imminent threat to the nation, he realizes he s the only one who has a chance to stop a savage terror attack already in progressAnd when he s made an associate of The Chapter, Kade will learn there s no escaping their network Donnie Brasco meets a quirky Jack Ryan Jr in Measure of Danger, the page turning, riveting debut technothriller by Jay Klages Ex army intelligence officer, Kade Sims, has a dead end job at Home Depot and he finds himself at a dead end in life when the FBI comes knocking on his door to go undercover to infiltrate a quasi militia group called The Chapter Sims finds himself in the middle of danger as he is captured by The Chapter and continues to get himself into trouble Instead of Kade getting in and out of this job he was trained to do he keeps getting further and further in The intensity I felt while reading about S Ex army intelligence officer, Kade Sims, has a dead end job at Home Depot and he finds himself at a dead end in life when the FBI comes knocking on his door to go undercover to infiltrate a quasi militia group called The Chapter Sims finds himself in the middle of danger as he is captured by The Chapter and continues to get himself into trouble Instead of Kade getting in and out of this job he was trained to do he keeps getting further and further in The intensity I felt while reading about Sims adventures was extraordinary The way Klages writes in promising of his career in suspense novels You re not in Danger of being bored with this book badwordplayThrillers can sometimes be a mixed bag Sometimes they can have a great opening, and get you sucked in, but lose the plot in the middle, only to pull everything back together at the end, for a serviceable ending Probably because, as a writer, the first things you figure out are the begining and end, and spend the rest of the time creating the road between the two.I m happy to say, this is not one of those books.When The FBI reali You re not in Danger of being bored with this book badwordplayThrillers can sometimes be a mixed bag Sometimes they can have a great opening, and get you sucked in, but lose the plot in the middle, only to pull everything back together at the end, for a serviceable ending Probably because, as a writer, the first things you figure out are the begining and end, and spend the rest of the time creating the road between the two.I m happy to say, this is not one of those books.When The FBI realizes that The Chapter think Illuminati, but real in this world has infiltrated the entire government, they enlist the only person that is capable of handling the job Kade Sims, a former Army intelligence operative that was kicked out for out of control behavior, who is now working at Home Depot I m sure you re thinking, Wait, they should get LITERALLY ANYONE ELSE to do this Well, that s why you re not the FBI Boss, because he immediately gets captured by The Chapter, and brought in much further than anyone wanted Wait.This is a very well paced thriller, that is just as exhilirating in chapter 1, 38, and 77 And yes, I looked up how many chapters this book had, and it took me way too long to figure out the middle chapter There were a lot of comparisons in the other reviews to Jack Ryan, and that is a fairly apt comparison, except that Kade is a little bit of a screw up But it totally works in this book, and I really enjoyed it This was a well written espionage book I m guessing in the style of Jack Reacher series I don t read much govt espionage This book had a lot of action going on and some amazing situations, so for those reasons I recommend it Personally there were many many characters to try to figure out, all of them were last name only Plus there were so many agencies involved evil corporation, FBI, DEA, cartels, Government officials congress and above So you decide if this book is for you.I love a g This was a well written espionage book I m guessing in the style of Jack Reacher series I don t read much govt espionage This book had a lot of action going on and some amazing situations, so for those reasons I recommend it Personally there were many many characters to try to figure out, all of them were last name only Plus there were so many agencies involved evil corporation, FBI, DEA, cartels, Government officials congress and above So you decide if this book is for you.I love a good suspense thriller, but this one was a lot of work to get through Although I did finish it, had to find out it all ended Just finished Measure of Danger and a pretty intense read it was and brilliant In Kade Sims, Jay Kages has created a convincing, realistic hero with a strong ethical streak and real self doubts and fears He s educated, smart and a good guy, but his life is not looking good after an honorable discharge from the army where he worked as in intelligence analyst, respected and successful but having problems and getting into trouble off duty due to his hypermania disorder The latter brings him to Just finished Measure of Danger and a pretty intense read it was and brilliant In Kade Sims, Jay Kages has created a convincing, realistic hero with a strong ethical streak and real self doubts and fears He s educated, smart and a good guy, but his life is not looking good after an honorable discharge from the army where he worked as in intelligence analyst, respected and successful but having problems and getting into trouble off duty due to his hypermania disorder The latter brings him to the attention of the FBI looking for an someone to take part in an operation concerning national security he needs to infiltrate The Chapter an evolving militia movement and perceived potential threat and find out what s being planned The story unravels, fast paced, but detailed, so there s no skimming or you miss something important New developments unfold, unexpected and rich in detail which kept me glued The Chapter, it s set up and it s leadership, in particular Marshall Owens are also fully developed, so the novel isn t only Kade s story, but we learn about Owens and his background too impressively done and again the familiar level of detail works for me.When I read that this book was a techno thriller I wasn t clear what that meant it could have meant lots of technology, computer speak, gadgets and the like which doesn t really do it for me I want to understand the characters and what makes them tick But it s not about gadgets and the technology is scarily relevant to the plot and characters themselves and how Owens controls those under his command Excellent and original.Jay Klages has a great future as an author if this is what he s capable of and we ll be seeing Kade Sims again very soon I hope