When I learned Jeremy Robinson's publisher was putting out a Robinson thriller that was not part of the Chess Team series, I wasn't sure what to expect. He's written a number of books outside that series which I enjoyed, but reading a novel from his signature series is like slipping on a comfortable pair of shoes. You know what you're going to get, and you know you'll get a good feeling from the experience. (Sort of the opposite of Forrest Gump's box of chocolates.) The good news is, SecondWorld is hyper-adrenalized fun!
Lincoln Miller, former Navy SEAL turned NCIS special agent, surfaces from an undersea research lab to find himself in a world with no oxygen. He soon discovers that this disaster is part of a Nazi plot decades in the making. Similar attacks have happened in different parts of the world, and will continue unless he can stop them before time runs out.
The plot is fast moving, with fights, chases, and action aplenty. In SecondWorld, Robinson seems to be mining in the same vein as authors like Matthew Reilly. If you enjoy your thrillers at a breakneck pace, give it a try!