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  1. says:

    45★sChipper was suspicious of what the Institute had in mind for him next so when he saw the opportunity he escaped The chase was on as Chipper hid on an underground train finally making his way to the bus terminal to board the bus he needed Chipper was a special dog – part dog part computer He’d been filled with spe

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    This is the first thriller Linwood Barclay has written for a younger audience as far as I know and I can understand why youngsters would love it It's thrilling with a very decent plot which may sound far fetched to us oldies but who knows what may be happening behind closed lab doors in the future? In my job I've been lucky enough to have a set of this title to read and review with some children in school I will update their opin

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    “Chase” an exciting and entertaining middle grader sci fy adventure begins when Chipper a bioengineered dog who’s part of a secret organization’s multi million dollar project and targeted for death for being too unfocused in a

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    I won this as part of a giveaway on a site called library thing I enjoyed reading it I had a good story to it I liked the variety of characters in it I look forward to reading the seuel of this book called The Escape It was so good that I read it in just one afternoon

  5. says:

    I recently won the seuel to this book in a Goodreads giveaway so when I saw that Kobo had this eBook on sale I decided to go for it

  6. says:

    Really good book better then other books on this topic

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    After the death of his parents in an horrific plane explosion Jeff Conroy is taken in by his seemingly indifferen

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    Chipper isn't just any dog Well not now anyway He grew up on a farm with his brothers and sisters but one day was picked up and taken to a laboratoryEverything was white The walls the floor his cage and the coats the people wore And then everything was black while they operated on him replacing parts and adding things like GPS USB ports and cameras to make him a super smart canine But on the day they decide

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    There are good things and bad things about this book The good thing is that it is written by Linwood Barclay who proves he can write in the tween genre just as well as the big kids and the bad thing is the story was to be continued

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    Chipper is a dog but he’s much smarter than the average dog to say the least As the book opens he is in a cage and the “White Coats” are coming for him He manages to outsmart the humans and get away far away where he is looking for Jeff Jeff is 12 years old His parents both recently died and he is living with his aunt who is making him work hard at her business But the White Coats who are coming after Chi

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Chase Chase #1

The Incredible Journey meets Gordon Korman's On the Run in this exciting middle grade thrillerChipper is a very special dog He's part of a multi million dollar experiment at a secret organization known only as The Institute The Institute has been experimenting with dogs melding them with state of the art computer technology But there's a problem with Chipper His natural dog instincts often overrule his computer side No matter what he's doing if he sees a suirrel or a mouse he'll drop everything to chase it So The Institut. 45 sChipper was suspicious of what the Institute had in mind for him next so when he saw the opportunity he escaped The chase was on as Chipper hid on an underground train finally making his way to the bus terminal to board the bus he needed Chipper was a special dog part dog part computer He d been filled with special computer technology which made him almost as good as a human he couldn t talk though but he could communicate And his GPS tracking system would also direct him to the person he needed to find The trouble was it also made it easy for the people chasing him to track his movementsJeff Conroy was twelve years old and living with his Aunt Flo at the cabin rental business she owned She worked Jeff hard harder than a boy his age should have to work but she was the only relative Jeff had after his parents were both killed in a terrible plane crash the previous year The day Jeff and Chipper collided literally was the day Jeff was drawn into Chipper s life And the evil that was the Institute with Daggert and two others chasing Chipper down also drew Jeff s friend Emily into the maelstromWould Daggert find Chipper and Jeff Or would Jeff manage to escape with his new doggy friend One thing Jeff knew he hadn t know this much excitement in his whole life and he wasn t sure if he should be scared or exhilarated Chase by Linwood Barclay is the first in the Chase series for children probably tweens and it was excellent I know my eleven year old grandson would enjoy it With Chipper being the intelligent part dog part computer he is and Jeff being a typical kid who loves dogs they were a match made in heaven I will say though that I found the writing a little stilted at times almost as if the author was not uite comfortable writing kids speak But I m sure that will improve as he writes on in the series as he s a first class writer high up there with my favourite authors I m really looking forward to book 2 coming in 2018 Highly recommendedWith thanks to Hachette AU for my ARC to read and review

review Chase Chase #1

E has decided it's time to pull the plug on Chipper Chipper manages a daring escape with a destination in mind but a team from the Institute led by the cold hearted Daggert is hot on his heelsTwelve year old Jeff Conroy lives with his aunt and helps run her business a lakeside cabin rental operation that caters to fishermen Jeff desperately misses his parents who were killed in a plane crash a year earlier But at least he's made one friend Emily whose ex cop father owns a similar business down the lake And Emily a compute. I won this as part of a giveaway on a site called library thing I enjoyed reading it I had a good story to it I liked the variety of characters in it I look forward to reading the seuel of this book called The Escape It was so good that I read it in just one afternoon

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R whiz has the coolest fort ever a trackless abandoned train station in the middle of the forestAfter eluding his would be captors Chipper boards a bus and ends up in the country only to be hit by a truck that Jeff is driving underage Jeff takes Chipper to the train station to nurse him back to health and it's here that he and Emily discover a computer port in Chipper's collar and once Emily hooks her laptop to it she and Jeff discovers that Chipper's arrival is not random He has been looking for Jeff and now so is Dagger. There are good things and bad things about this book The good thing is that it is written by Linwood Barclay who proves he can write in the tween genre just as well as the big kids and the bad thing is the story was to be continued Chase reminded me of Dean Koontz Watchers where intelligent dogs are the main characterChipper is a dog who has been part of a top secret mission where electronics have been implanted in his brain and eyes so he possibly could be used for espionage But giving a dog intelligence can work against you especially when you decide the dog isn t up to the job and must be euthanised Chipper works out something is up and manages to escape in a brilliant manner His one goal is to find Jeff an orphan working on his aunts lakeside business Together they must hide from the men and women hunting for Chipper Excellent story for the 8 to 12 year olds

  • Hardcover
  • 240
  • Chase Chase #1
  • Linwood Barclay
  • en
  • 01 February 2019
  • 9780143198758

About the Author: Linwood Barclay

Linwood Barclay is the #1 internationally bestselling author of seventeen novels for adults including No Time for Goodbye Trust Your Eyes and most recently A Noise Downstairs He has also written two novels for children and screenplaysThree of those seventeen novels comprise the epic Promise Falls trilogy Broken Promise Far From True and The Twenty Three His two novels for children – Chas