When an innocent family's car explodes in front of their east side house, the parents seek Balagan's help to find out why they were targeted. Balagan identifies with their son, Colin, a teen too afraid to leave his house since the bombing. With Danni, Sam, and Alcina's help, Balagan discovers the family is keeping a few secrets. But Balagan is distracted by the arrival of reigning world chess champion, 16 year old, Jonas Etkin. And while Balagan plays an off the record match with Jonas, a second car bomb explodes at the same address on the west side of town. Balagan must use chess strategy to find the connection between the two addresses and stop the bombers before someone gets killed. Meanwhile, Pippa struggles with what she learns from Rosemary's autopsy report. Written by
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The title has been used by the 1998 documentary film about the making of the film To Kill a Mockingbird, but it originally comes from William Blake's 1794 poem The Tyger, which has been called "the most anthologized poem in English". The title comes from the identical 1st and last (6th) stanzas that go, "Tyger! Tyger! burning bright In the forests of the night, What immortal hand or eye Could frame thy fearful symmetry?" See more
Why are we taking orders from a grown man and a teenager playing a board game?
Uuuh it's not a game; it's strategic combat. It's a death match between two minds
Ya, keep talkin', I'm getting horny
References Mazes and Monsters