Author Ezequiel Escamilla Tells Plight of 'The Team X Project'
The U.S. government trained them to be the best super spies that the CIA had ever seen. They do not exist except for the darkest of hours. Now the timing is crucial for the CIA and NSA to move on a plot to put a terrorist leader into power of the free world. The president is not Senator McNeal, who the American people had voted for in the last election. He is in fact the leader of a terrorist organization that wants to take control of the free world. Only the CIA cannot go through the usual channels to stop them. They must put all their trust in one team and pray for the best in their darkest hour.
My book is Mission Impossible, meets Face/Off, with a Jason Bourne and James Bond twist, Escamilla. I want to the readers to take way from my writing the enjoyment of a great story and anticipation for the next book.
A snippet from The Team X Project reads:
This would be the last time that he would be in here. As he went to close the door, he accidentally knocked the picture out of the box. It was of himself and John Carlton after the team graduated from the farm. As he put the box down, he noticed that frame was very weak and that there was something behind it. He picked up the picture and then looked at the envelope. It had his name on it. Robert Took a breath as he opened the envelope to read what was inside.
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The Team X Project
By Ezequiel Escamilla
Softcover | 5 x 8in | 182 pages | ISBN 9781524654122
E-Book | 182 pages | ISBN 9781524654115
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Ezequiel Escamilla was born and raised in Dallas to a middle class Mexican American family. In elementary school, his teachers discovered his creativity for the arts and he was enrolled in the Talented and Gifted Program (T.A.G.). Before the end of his sixth grade, he was introduced to the Magnet Schools in Dallas. He was then accepted to W. E. Greiner Middle School for the Exploratory and Performing Arts. At the age of 13, he discovered he had a passion for writing stories. It was months before the 2004 presidential election that he got his ideas for his novel, The Team X Project. After six long years of writing off and on between job assignments, Escamilla finally finished the novel. After hearing words of encouragement, he decided to have his novel published and released.