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This is my first Jeremy Robinson book, but it will not be my last. This is very similar to the Joe Ledger series. This has more science oddities, but Maberry writes a little better. Both are good to great. It seems there is a whole series of these 731 books. This does work as a stand alone book, but I get the feeling, reading the other books would make it better. I bought on sale and could not pass it up.
I love mad scientist books and this has got them in spades. I was very surprised how many subject matters were stuffed into this. Here is a list of most: Evil Scientist, clones, Greek mythology, Nazis, Atlantis, Area 51, Space Plane, Island of Dr. Moreau (chimeras), and a secret government agency that his a secret to the government. Some of these are barely mentioned, but there is a promise of more in future episodes. Oh Yeah, Kaiju. It was very entertaining and fast paced. I am not a fan of shoot-em ups and the last three hours is all action, or I would be more excited about this. Even in the last three hours there are some more surprises introduced.
I have been hearing more and more of this Jeffrey Kafer narrator and I am liking it. He is a top tier narrator and perfect for this type of book.
I HIT THE NAIL ON THE HEAD AND DIDN'T EVEN KNOW THE HAMMER EXISTED, OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT.
15 of 15 people found this review helpful
I am a big fan of the Project books by Jeremy Robinson and this book just built on the greatness of it's predecessors. The tongue in cheek humour was timed perfectly to suit the overall serious nature of the story. Definitely worth buying.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
Another good listen in the Kaiju series. Linking back into his other books, Jeremy Robinson has created an excellent, and witty, sci-fi thriller. The main character has buckets of personality and a line for every occasion.
It's a fun ride with an excellent end - can't wait for the next.