Project 731

Project WASHINGTON D C HAS BEEN DESTROYEDIn the wake of a Kaiju assault that left the nation s capital in ruins Jon Hudson director of the Department of Homeland Security s Fusion Center Paranormal is prep

  • Title: Project 731
  • Author: Jeremy Robinson
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  • Page: 407
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  • WASHINGTON D.C HAS BEEN DESTROYEDIn the wake of a Kaiju assault that left the nation s capital in ruins, Jon Hudson, director of the Department of Homeland Security s Fusion Center Paranormal, is preparing his team for an uncertain future While hiding Lilly, a chimera cat girl rescued from Island 731, from GOD the Genetic Offense Directive, a black ops organization witWASHINGTON D.C HAS BEEN DESTROYEDIn the wake of a Kaiju assault that left the nation s capital in ruins, Jon Hudson, director of the Department of Homeland Security s Fusion Center Paranormal, is preparing his team for an uncertain future While hiding Lilly, a chimera cat girl rescued from Island 731, from GOD the Genetic Offense Directive, a black ops organization within DARPA Hudson attempts to raise Maigo, the teenage girl who once was part of Nemesis, the now deceased goddess of vengeance But the two strange girls can t be protected from what comes nextMESIS LIVESKept in a massive warehouse operated by GOD, Nemesis s body is violated by the Tsuchi, spider like chimera also developed on Island 731 It spawns Kaiju sized variations of the deadly creatures and wakes Nemesis from her regenerative slumber Nemesis, fueled by an unquenchable thirst for vengeance, and now lacking Maigo s conscience, storms after the Tsuchi, which have fled south, toward Los Angeles, and inlandward GOD s headquarters at Area 51CRIFICES MUST BE MADETo stop the infinitely hungry Tsuchi, and the rampaging Nemesis, Hudson and crew must make alliances with enemies, combining personal experience, future technology and bold actions But for the world to once again be safe from a Kaiju menace, one of their own must give themselves up to the goddess of vengeance.With Project Nemesis and Project Maigo, Jeremy Robinson created a new literary subgenre known as the Kaiju Thriller, a term now being adopted by other authors With movies such as Godzilla and Pacific Rim treating audiences to new Kaiju stories, Robinson has single handedly launched the fiction world s bestselling original Kaiju series not based on a pre existing film In Project 731, we not only see the return of Hawkins, Lilly and Joliet from Island 731, we learn how the reborn Maigo has adapted, and at last discover the origins of Nemesis

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    1. Jeremy Robinson

      Jeremy Robinson is the international bestselling author of sixty novels and novellas, including Apocalypse Machine, Island 731, and SecondWorld, as well as 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 Many of his novels have been adapted into comic books, optioned for film and TV, and translated into thirteen languages He lives in New Hampshire with his wife and three children Visit him at bewareofmonsters.

    709 thoughts on “Project 731”


    1. This is the best of the Kaiju series by Jeremy Robinson.If you have never read any of Jeremy Robinson's Kaiju series,you are missing amazing thrills,chills and action.This is the best of the series. Jon Hudson and his gang have much to deal with on the monster and relationship fronts. Wonderful cat woman,Lilly , Maigo and Nemesis are back as well as Tsuchi,monsters from Island 731. This awesome mix is a novel not to be missed!Find your favourite reading place and settle in for an amazing read! B [...]


    2. ABR's full Project 731: A Kaiju Thriller audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.The start of this book picks up with references to “Island 731, Project Nemesis, and Project Maigo” . The “Darwin” is a research ship that was looking for it’s missing sister ship “Magellan.” The location was the huge garbage dump in the Pacific ocean. It is also close to where Island 731 used to be.The ship appears to be deserted. A team of Black Ops is approaching with ord [...]


    3. Goddamnit, Robinson. You had one job. ONE JOB.That job was to NOT make me spend all my money on more of your books.Too late. I just went and spent more money on another of your books.This one is awesome.A great sequel to TWO previous works that led me to buy the prequel tie-in as soon as I finished this one.Brilliant.


    4. What Project 731 has more than anything is a sense of gloriously pulpy action sci-fi fun. The vibe is akin to an Avengers movie crossed with one of the more light-hearted episodes of Stargate SG-1. Every few chapters there are more crazy physics-defying ideas thrown in, from futuristic technology (vehicles, weapons, you name it) to aliens to superpowers.Heck, it more or less is a written Avengers movie but with 350 foot tall monsters thrown in the mix. Godzilla appeared in an Avengers comic once [...]


    5. Originally read 29 Nov 2014; re-read 23 Oct 2016This would have to be one of the best Jeremy Robinson books I've read so far (and I've read everything he has written, again 'so far'). A fantastic amalgamation of the characters from Island 731 and the "Project" series, Jeremy has written a taut, action-packed, kaiju thriller that will make you turn the pages faster and faster. If you're an avid reader of Jeremy's, you'll notice a few references to his other books and worlds scattered throughout t [...]


    6. If you have never read a Jeremy Robinson book, please do not start with this one. Read or listen (the audiobooks are fantastic) to Island 731 and Project's Nemesis & Maigo, it really will help when reading Project 731 (the title says it all). There are quite a few easter eggs in this book from Jeremy's other books, which I think people will love. I had a few a-ha moments myself. As always, the action is fast paced and you can't help but keep turning the pages. Cities will be destroyed, relat [...]


    7. Best of the series! Action, adventure, death and destruction, all the good Godzilla-type stuff but America gets stomped and clobbered instead of Japan, with enough humor thrown in to keep you from getting depressed.Start with Island 731 and Project Nemesis, then Project Maigo, and in then in this one, Project 731, all the characters from the two series are truly working together as a team, and what a team they are. Small spoiler: the characters you learn to like and care for, survive to the end [...]


    8. Jeremy Robinson outdid even himself with this book. I had forgotten how much fun it was to read a Jon Hudson book. Reading this book was a blast and I loved all the previous books but this one outdid them. Combining Island 731 with Project Nemesis was genius! As a fan of all things Robinson/Bishop, I was smiling ear to ear with all the Easter eggs thrown around that you might not catch but to true fans could see a mile away. If you are looking for a great Kaiju book, look no further, if you are [...]


    9. Finally, it all comes together. So glad I'll get a break till the next one. There will be a next one, won't there? Seriously, this book gives you so many answers from the other 3. And like the others, they are very fast reads. If you like mystery, a few wacky characters, monsters!, and some serious kick-ass action, you'll love these books.


    10. Project 731, the third kaiju book by Jeremy Robinson, is an awesome sequel to Project Nemesis and Project Maigo, as well as Robinson's Island 731. Nemesis vs 731. It's got all the bells and whistles of a good action/sci-fi story, and a good monster vs monster story all rolled into one. Nemesis should very well be America's original Kaiju, even though she already is in my book!


    11. I am loving these books! I thought this fourth one was going to be the end of the series, I am so glad it's not.



    12. Ok, Captain Cryptic. Maybe you should add dark and brooding to your e-harmony accountWhile listening to the audiobook version, I thought to myself more than once 'Did Rod Serling return from the grave to narrate this?' But the voice perfectly fits the dry, sardonic humor. I definitely recommend listening to this one - unless you just hate audiobooks. What I thought would be nothing more than a quick weekend listen, a mindless action romp, actually turned out to be surprisingly good! Sure, it inv [...]


    13. This series is so much fun, and each book keeps getting better and better. With this one fully bringing together the characters from Island 731, it's exciting to see where they go next. The BFS's seem a million times scarier than Nemesis or the other Kaijus - and yes, I know that's BY DESIGN, it's very effective. I was very intrigued by the ending of the book ((view spoiler)[Endo taking Maigo's place as Nemesis' conscience (hide spoiler)]), and I'm eager to jump into the next one, although I thi [...]


    14. Just like his other books Jeremy Robinson mixes the horror of a Giant monster with the funniest dialogue of the people that are in this mess. I can't help but form a fast connection with Joh Hudson and his team of misfits. Tsuchi is a great addition to the Kaiju mythos and getting killed by a Kaiju described by Jeremy is a thing of Horrifying beauty. I can't wait to get the rest of the series!


    15. I read this faster than book 2 because it is better! I liked the new characters which added a better range of emotion to the book. Robinson again delivers a good mix of elements he did in book 2 and ups the ante with a great new monster right out of a scifi/horror film! I'm already a few chapters into book 4!


    16. getting a bit stale 3rd book into this 5 books seriesspect its going to be more of the same in the last 2 books


    17. Absolutely loved this book from start to finish, nothing beats this series of books for pages saturated with creature filled excitement and anxiety.



    18. What started out a fun action series with a giant monster has morphed into a much larger story with a fun cast of characters.Jeremy Robinson does something special in this book. Just when you think you have had the full story, thing get much much bigger. Every time I read one of Jeremy's books, I want to read more and more of them. In this book he touches upon stories from several other books he has written and gives and amazing sense of universe.


    19. Read this review (and others) at: literatureislife/2015/11/This is the point in Jeremy Robinson’s Kaiju series where everything really starts to come together and the series begins to enter the realm of pure, unrestricted sci-fi. Between that and the goofiness of the series, this book as almost like Godzilla meets 90’s sci-fi/action/comedy TV shows (Stargate SG-1, Farscape, take your pick). In my last review, I commented how Project Maigo was like the film Destroy All Monsters, following how [...]


    20. I am a little biased, I have to tell you all this because I can do nothing more than *gush*. I bought this the day it was released and flew through it.Many other reviews will recap bits of the book but what I'll do for you is tell you that if you're not reading this series and you're actually a FAN of movies like Godzilla and Pacific Rim and Jurassic Park and the like, then really.you NEED to read this series.This book is written by a fan of these monsters TO the fans of these creatures. You can [...]


    21. The third book in the Nemesis Saga series and it's still a good one. Jon Hudson and the crew of the FC-P are all here including a couple of new additions primarily the survivors from Island 731, who were introduced into the series proper last book, and Maigo who, bit of a spoiler for Project Maigo, is now separated from Nemesis herself after the battle that took out DC, again last book. here they're trying to readjust to things but the secrets behind from the Island (see Island 731, promise this [...]


    22. Jeremy Robinson’s Kaiju Thriller “Project 731” is seriously great entertainment. Third in what is now an unforgettable series of novels focusing on “Nemesis” the “First American Kaiju”, Project 731 combines all the elements of the first two books, Project Nemesis and Project Maigo with the characters and elements of a completely different standalone novel, Project 731. The result is a giant monster, sci-fi thrill ride of epic proportions.Mr. Robinson’s extremely prolific library [...]


    23. Robinson does it once again. I don't know how he's succeeded at it, but somehow, in that amazingly clever and creative mind of his, he's written 3 kick ass kaiju novels that only managed to get more and more exciting, all culminating in "Project 731".As a (possible?) conclusion to a trilogy, you can't ask for much more. This one features every one from the previous books, adds new characters, and, in typical Robinson fashion, has numerous headnods towards his own work. If you've read "XOM-B", yo [...]


    24. All Hail the QueenJeremy Robinson, progenitor of the Kaiju Thriller genre, has again scripted a terrific story about Nemesis. Robinson's efforts to merge the story lines of past works is seamless and logical, greatly boosting the appeal and broadening the scope of each novel. In Project 731, though narrowing the focus to only a few, his characters show true growth. There is significantly more depth to the relationships, between families and enemies, that allow the reader to engage the characters [...]


    25. Wow! This third ( or fourth) installment of the Nemesis Saga does not disappoint. I love this series an will be starting the next part right now. The author does a great job of making us care for the characters and developing them and their relationships. I love Jon. He is an unlikely hero, but a very lovable one. Please read these books!Beware of monsters!!!!


    26. As an avid reader of thriller novels, I’ve really taken to Robinson’s work. In my opinion, he continues set the bar higher with each novel he writes. Reflecting back to some of his previous works, Island 731, Project Nemesis and Project Maigo were really fast reads for me, I couldn’t put them down. I was delighted to see that Project 731 tied these all together. The story is narrated with sarcastic humor and you get a nice first person perspective as the storyline advances throughout the b [...]


    27. These kaiju books are getting progressively more fun as they go. More monsters, better writing, more familiar characters, and more sheer insanity. In this one, the world is threatened by 'Thing'-like creatures that can infect and breed inside of other beings, from animals to people. When one manages to incorporate the DNA of the giant monster Nemesis, suddenly we have multiple giant spider monsters stampeding across the US. Our hero team has grown to include a ferocious cat-girl, shades of Anima [...]


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