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The Signal Was Received

Ten years after a deep-space transmission was broadcast from a futuristic citadel hidden in the Arctic ice, Jon Hudson finds himself in a position beyond comprehension. His days of lazy Sasquatch hunting on behalf of the DHS' Fusion Center-Paranormal (FC-P) have been a fading memory since the appearance of Nemesis, the goddess of vengeance, reborn through genetic tinkering. Now he longs for those quiet days once more.

The Aeros Have Returned

Facing down giant kaiju has become almost commonplace for Hudson and the FC-P, whom he regards as his family, but the threat now facing them is global. An alien race known as the Aeros, summoned to Earth 10 years ago, have arrived in orbit, hell-bent on destroying their ancient enemy, the Ferox, along with all of humanity...in all dimensions of reality.

All Earths Will Be Destroyed

Facing off against an invasion of city-destroying kaiju, a massive mothership and an assault in a parallel world, Hudson must bolster the FC-P's ranks. Joined by Milos "Cowboy" Vesely, Hudson must journey through alternate dimensions to gather a one-of-a-kind legion of defenders, including a smart-mouthed soldier, a woman who can animate the lifeless, a time traveler, a robot-man, a powerful king, and an assassin who can slip between frequencies of reality.

With Project Legion, Jeremy Robinson has created an epic series finale, bringing together characters and plot elements from more than a dozen different novels and series. The result is a crossover novel ten years in the making, the likes of which have never been seen outside of comic books and movies like Captain America: Civil War.

Project Legion is an apocalyptic end to the first story arc of the bestselling Kaiju Thriller series: The Nemesis Saga.

©2016 Jeremy Robinson (P)2017 Jeremy Robinson

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Perfect

Only thing I have to say is this has became my new favorite book :)

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great conclusion

I was not sure about the series at first but fell in love with it quickly. The crossing of several different series was a Great conclusion. I do not regret at all finding this author

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A satisfying conclusion.

My honest opinion? I'm not mad I paid money to read these, but seriously this has been one of my favorite series that I've checked out while in quarantine. It has kaiju action, and some pretty funny moments. Story is solid, and I enjoyed the ending. I definitely recommend you check it out.

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a fitting end

this series is comedic, horrifying, and heartfelt all at the same time. it does a great job of putting together the last epic battle for humanity survival.

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Great End

This was a satisfying end to the Nemesis Saga. I still wish I could get some more Crazy though!

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A Fun Book

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Project Nemisis completed

Fantastic finish to an amazing series. Wish there was more books but who knows what the future will bring.

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Outstanding series!!!

So much fun, so we'll told. A great series on Kiju! Well worth your time. Sad to finish it.

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I liked the series

A fun series of books with humor and badassery. Perfect narrator in my opinion and well written. Pure fantasy with just touches of sci-fi. All in all Enjoyable.

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Amazing ending...

edge of my seat!! loved the character interactions. True stroke of genius with this one. read robinsons whole collection first.

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  • 07-16-17

Not his best but okay

Another multiverse book leaping around. Feels a bit disjointed. I love the main characters and s mygo/ Lilly novella would be funny and well worth a listen

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  • 04-29-17

Great.

Another great installment that I enjoyed from beginning to end although I do wonder if the story is over as it seems like most if not all the plot threads have been resolved leaving me hoping but unsure if there will be another book.