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Publication Order of Kaiju Books

Project Nemesis (2012) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Island 731 (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Project Maigo (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Project 731 (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Project Hyperion (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Project Legion (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Divide (2018) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

The “Kaiju” series is a set of novvels by Jeremy Robinson who is also known as Jeremiah Knight, Jeremiah Bishop among other pseudonyms is a New York Times bestselling author of more than sixty novellas and novels. He is best known for the “Chess Team” and the “Nemesis Saga” series. He is known for combining elements of mythology, history, and science and this has made him the foremost action-adventure and science-fiction novelist and also the best creature feature author. Many of the novels he has written have been made into comics, optioned for TV and film, and been translated into more than a dozen languages. Robinson was born in Beverly Massachusetts, a small seacoast town where he grew up loving science fiction and everything bizarre. As a child, his father got all manner of comics and science fiction films and novels from the likes of “Godzilla,” “Superman,” “Star Trek,” “Batman, Star Wars,” “X-men,” “Battlestar Galactica,” and “Dr. Who” all of whom would inspire his future writings.

Robinson started his career illustrating comic strips and comic books and he would often freelance on a variety of independent projects. However, it was not long before he realized that he had too much story in him to just limit himself to the creation of images. He decided to start penning down his stories starting with the writing of screenplays before he shifted to long-form novels. He made his writing debut with “The Didymus Contingency” that he published in 2005 and has never looked back since. He has sixty novels and novellas are spread out across several series among several single standing titles. His bestselling “Kaiju” novels have been adapted into comics while the “Jack Sigler” novels are to be adapted for the silver screen. He currently lives with his wife and children in New Hampshire from where he writes his novels.

The “Kaiju” novels by Jeremy Robinson are a set of six novels that comprise the Nemesis Saga and feature Nemesis, the Goddess of Vengeance. The Goddess is a gigantic kaiju that has lain dormant for thousands of years. But now she has awakened and wants justice for people that had been tortured. In her quest for justice, she is ready to destroy and does destroy anyone that stands in opposition to her. But then the tormented consciousness of Maigo takes over Nemesis. She was a girl killed by her father and now Nemesis is determined to find justice for her and starts her quest in the massive cities full of crusty people. As far as the novels are concerned, the first species to inhabit the planet was Genesis Prime. His corpse is discovered in an Alaskan cave by a man named Katsu Endo who cannot help but think about the mysterious species from then on. Since the early humans show some recognition for the beast, Nemesis may have walked the planet for some time as it sought to kill Atlanteans and the Atlantis civilization. He had most of his authority from Aeros and this power was handed down to the modern-day Nemesis Prime, who wants the Atlantean bloodlines extinguished as much as his forbears.

“Project Nemesis” the first novel of the “Kaiju” series introduces Jon Hudson he works at Fusion Center-P, which is an arm of the Department of Homeland Security. As lead investigator, he is in charge of handling paranormal terrorist activity, a job which he thinks is a joke as compared to the work of his colleagues who deal with real terrorist threats. He had been skeptical about his brief when he started and is even more so a few years in since there have been zero paranormal threats so far. But things get interesting when a Sasquatch sighting points to a derelict research facility in the Maine backwoods. Jon’s job suddenly becomes very dangerous and teaming up with Ashley Collins the local sheriff, they decide to investigate. It is not long before they have to flee from a security team made up of ruthless ex-Special Forces. But the threat is short-lived and is soon replaced by the threat of a paranormal being destroys the research station and is intent on spreading its destruction to all manner of civilized life. The only clue they have to go on is a name scrawled in blood on the floor of the facility: Nemesis. Working with Sherriff Collins and the team from Fusion Center-P, Hudson sets out to find out who was responsible for the release of the paranormal creature. He is also seeking to understand how it is all connected to Maigo the young girl that was recently murdered. But with a rising body count, it soon becomes clear that the only thing that could stop Nemesis is a full-blooded military response.

“Project Maigo” the second novel of the “Kaiju” series opens to Boston in ruins. Jon Hudson who is the head of the DHS’s paranormal division is at a loss about what to do about the destruction of her world by Nemesis. Nemesis had retreated to the ocean but not before causing a lot of havoc and Hudson is determined to ensure the US does not have to face such devastating attacks again. But not even Hudson was prepared for what came next. The Kaiju attack the cities and in their unstoppable rampage across the world, they consume everything and everyone in their path. With more attacks reported, it soon becomes clear that these are elaborate plans rather than just random events. The paranormal creatures are targeting Jon and his FC-P headquarters. The “Kaiju” are directed by a vengeful man named Lance Gordon who has the Nemesis’s vengeful heart. When Jon manages to find protection, Gordon turns his attention toward Washington DC. But Hudson and his team have found some new allies and they race to stop the Kaiju, though it may need an extraordinary sacrifice to save their world and nation from destruction.

In “Project 731,” the American capital of Washington DC has been destroyed after an assault from the Kaiju. Jon Hudson is hiding a chimera cat girl named Lily that had been rescued from the Genetic Offense Directive organization on Island 731. Meanwhile, the DARPA black operations department is looking for Maigo the girl that had once upon a time been part of the deceased goddess of vengeance, Nemesis. However, it will be almost impossible to protect both girls from the coming calamity. It is soon discovered that Nemesis is alive and well and is imprisoned in a giant warehouse where his body is tortured by spiderlike chimera that had been made on Island 731. The developer on Island 731 spits out all manner of dangerous creatures that cause Nemesis to awaken from her regenerative sleep. Nemesis is a creature full of vengeance since Maigo’s conscience left his body. He storms out of his imprisonment and goes after the Tsuchi that have fled toward the Genetic Offense Directive headquarters. To stop both the rampaging Nemesis and the hungry Tsuchi, Hudson and his allies need to make new friends and allies and combine bold actions, future technologies, and personal experience. The catch is one of them has to be sacrificed to the goddess of vengeance to save the world from the menace of the Kaiju.

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