Project Nemesis (A Kaiju Thriller)

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Jon Hudson, lead investigator for the Department of Homeland Security’s Fusion Center-P, pursues a giant creature known as Nemesis, attempts to uncover the corporate secrets behind its creation and accidental release, and tries to comprehend why several clues lead to a murdered little girl named Maigo. Includes original creature designs by legendary Godzilla artist, Matt Frank. More

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About Jeremy Robinson

Jeremy Robinson is the international bestselling author of fifty novels and novellas including MirrorWorld, Uprising, Island 731, SecondWorld, the Jack Sigler thriller series, and Project Nemesis, the highest selling, original (non-licensed) kaiju novel of all time. He’s known for mixing elements of science, history and mythology, which has earned him the #1 spot in Science Fiction and Action-Adventure, and secured him as the top creature feature author.

Robinson is also known as the bestselling horror writer, Jeremy Bishop, author of The Sentinel and the controversial novel, Torment. In 2015, he launched yet another pseudonym, Jeremiah Knight, for two post-apocalyptic Science Fiction series, beginning with Hunger. Robinson’s works have been translated into thirteen languages.

His series of Jack Sigler / Chess Team thrillers, starting with Pulse, is in development as a film series, helmed by Jabbar Raisani, who earned an Emmy Award for his design work on HBO’s Game of Thrones. Robinson’s original kaiju character, Nemesis, is also being adapted into a comic book through publisher Famous Monsters of Filmland, with artwork and covers by renowned Godzilla artists Matt Frank and Bob Eggleton.

Born in Beverly, MA, Robinson now lives in New Hampshire with his wife and three children.

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Stuart Roth reviewed on on Dec. 28, 2013

As a big kaiju fan, I was very excited to learn about this book. It was a great read and very enjoyable throughout.

One of the problems with the kaiju genre in general is that often execution falls short of expectations. I've been excited to watch many movies or read comics but afterwards I find myself often disappointed. The plot is infantile or the action is hokey or the characters' reactions are too idiotic to believe.

However this book is able to avoid those pratfalls and delivers an amazing kaiju story. It combines the right amounts of action, horror, and intrigue to keep the book moving.

For a fan of the genre, it's a must read. I would also recommend it for any fan of science fiction or horror, as it's a great example of a kaiju story done right. The genre needs more stories like this.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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