The Island Project

The Island Project The Big Island of Hawaii is a place of exotic beauty serene landscapes and timeless culture It is also a place filled with secrets both ancient and modern Photographer Tom Bennett while scouting th

  • Title: The Island Project
  • Author: Taylor Buck
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Big Island of Hawaii is a place of exotic beauty, serene landscapes and timeless culture It is also a place filled with secrets both ancient and modern Photographer, Tom Bennett, while scouting the island of Hawaii for an upcoming big budget film, stumbles across a bizarre, panther like creature in the forest As Bennett and his adventurous wildlife biologist friend,The Big Island of Hawaii is a place of exotic beauty, serene landscapes and timeless culture It is also a place filled with secrets both ancient and modern Photographer, Tom Bennett, while scouting the island of Hawaii for an upcoming big budget film, stumbles across a bizarre, panther like creature in the forest As Bennett and his adventurous wildlife biologist friend, Kelly Adler, dig deeper into the origins of the creature, they find themselves uncovering a clandestine military experiment fronted by a brilliant inventor and a psychopathic engineer spiraling out of control The photographer and his lovely colleague are thrust into the middle of a daring investigation which finds them swimming through the Pacific, evading deadly automatons in an elaborate government facility and navigating through the dense, tropical jungle of Hawaii in order to escape the secret they uncovered.

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    About “Taylor Buck

    • Taylor Buck

      A self proclaimed creative explorer, Taylor began writing when he was twelve, authoring and illustrating his own Choose Your Own Adventure books carefully crafted with staples and notebook paper Over the years, he focused his creativity on illustrating than writing, studying Graphic Design at Oregon State University and spending summers frequenting Europe to study art and architecture He eventually focused his creative efforts into advertising, leading creative direction for a Fortune 500 internet retailer and gaining hands on knowledge of corporate marketing and visual communication The topics of his writings range from classicism, art and religion to futurism and technological singularity His first novel, The Island Project, explores robotics and transhumanism in a secret government base on Hawaii s Big Island In 2015, he released The Medici Letters an international thriller combining a modern day treasure hunt with historic accounts of Renaissance Florence An Oregon native, Taylor currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two boys.

    118 thoughts on “The Island Project

    • I came across this book soon after i joined . I'm VERY happy i found it!Anyone interested in Michael Crichton technothrillers will love this book. It's written with great pace and never slows down. It had my interest from the first page to the very last.Would recommend to anyone that likes the thriller/adventure/tech genre.


    • A.I. - Beware!A quick jaunt into What If - or perhaps What Is. Reminiscent of Michael Crichton stories, this thriller takes place in beautiful Hawaii. Very fast moving action.


    • What started out as a good book quickly turned into a chore for me. The idea behind The Island Project is that there's a secret facility on a Hawaiian island that is developing some scary technology. Tom Bennett and Kelly Adler stumble across said facility and go to work trying to expose it for what it is. Great idea; bad execution. First, let's about the writing. This book was an excellent example of telling, rather than showing. There were several instances where the author spells out somethin [...]


    • Island ProjectThe story line kept building from the beginning to the end. I didn't want to put the book down until I finished it. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes a nonstop page turning thriller.


    • interesting and creepyIt took awhile to get into this book. It was very interesting and it creeped me out to think that with advances to artificial intelligence this could actually happen. I was on the edge of my seat through many parts of the book. I was disappointed with the way the story ended somewhat abruptly. All in all a good book and would recommend it.


    • I thoroughly enjoyed The Island Project by Taylor Buck. It is a techy thriller on par with Rollins or Crichton. The author has a great way of painting a picturesque setting in each new chapter. The pace is driving and the story never slows down. It's an adventure the whole way through. Would recommend to anyone looking for a fun weekend read.


    • Robotic panther assassins chasing people through the jungle what more could you ask for? This is a book I stumbled upon by chance and ended up really liking it. The Hawaii setting is so well described that you feel like you're actually there. Lots of fun techno-geekery and a charging, suspenseful plot line. Quick, fun read.


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