The Thunderbird Project

The Thunderbird Project

Rebecca Harwell / Oct 17, 2019

The Thunderbird Project Not all superheroes live a glamorous life The Thunderbird project was an FBI run group of superhumans until they were unceremoniously disbanded and sent out into the world to live normal lives But unf

  • Title: The Thunderbird Project
  • Author: Rebecca Harwell
  • ISBN: 9781939065254
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
  • Not all superheroes live a glamorous life.The Thunderbird project was an FBI run group of superhumans until they were unceremoniously disbanded and sent out into the world to live normal lives But unfortunately for the red headed, mean tempered Jupiter being 18 foot tall makes blending into society pretty much impossible She resigns herself to living in warehouses and seNot all superheroes live a glamorous life.The Thunderbird project was an FBI run group of superhumans until they were unceremoniously disbanded and sent out into the world to live normal lives But unfortunately for the red headed, mean tempered Jupiter being 18 foot tall makes blending into society pretty much impossible She resigns herself to living in warehouses and searching for a place where she can just be left alone.Some just want the world to forget them.Four years later, after being followed for days by unmarked vehicles, Jupiter is attacked and left for dead on a bridge, narrowly rescued amidst screams and camera flashes by an old teammate She discovers that members of The Thunderbird Project are being targeted and one is already dead Jupiter reluctantly joins the newly reinstated group.But some people won t forget and just want them dead.With a whole lot of pain and past between them, the team struggles to find the identity of the assassins so they can all go back home Since any chance of getting away from the world disappeared the day she crawled onto that bridge, Jupiter just wants to make the guys who came after her pay And if that means sticking it to a world that hates her so much the better.You don t get a happily ever after when everyone considers you a freak.

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    About "Rebecca Harwell"

      • Rebecca Harwell

        Rebecca Harwell grew up in small town Minnesota and spent most of her childhood reading fantasy novels and comic books, obsessing over people who don t actually exist, and writing novels for fun Despite becoming an official adult last year, nothing much has changed She is currently studying creative writing and Japanese at Knox College with an eye on getting her master s degree in library science Her debut novel THE THUNDERBIRD PROJECT is available from Bedlam Press, an imprint of Necro Publications.


    774 Comments

    1. To put it simply: I could not stop reading this book. That's really saying something, because-- with the exception of the Gone Series by Michael Grant-- I tend to veer away from metahuman/ superhero stories. They always tend towards the cliche, whether they're well-funded or not, but this debut novel by Rebecca Harwell blew me away. Maybe it was the heart put into it, or the fabulous protagonist Jupiter that did me in. Or maybe it was how well plotted the whole thing was. There were moments when [...]


    2. The premise of this book is a novel one and one that I've not encountered previously. I mean, it's a superhero book but one that looks at the downside of being a superhero, of what you do with yourself when your services as a superhero are no longer required, where do you go if you're an eighteen foot woman as you can't join the general populace and live a new life, you're far too conspicuous. See, interesting idea isn't it? Does the rest of the book live up to it's staggering idea. well, yes it [...]


    3. I really like this book. It's fun, intelligent and action-packed. Try it if you enjoy stories of split up teams brought together, however willingly or reluctantly, for a mission. Each member has a unique talent or feature that makes for some memorable scenes.


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