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The Olympus Project

The Olympus Project This is the first book in a brand new series featuring The Phoenix a man rescued from a watery grave by strangers He has been headhunted because of his particular skill set that of a super efficient

  • Title: The Olympus Project
  • Author: Ted Tayler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This is the first book in a brand new series featuring The Phoenix , a man rescued from a watery grave by strangers He has been headhunted because of his particular skill set that of a super efficient stone cold killer The stories throughout the series will cover the activities of the secret organisation which recruited the man they have named The Phoenix as they senThis is the first book in a brand new series featuring The Phoenix , a man rescued from a watery grave by strangers He has been headhunted because of his particular skill set that of a super efficient stone cold killer The stories throughout the series will cover the activities of the secret organisation which recruited the man they have named The Phoenix as they send their agents across the world removing anyone who poses a threat to political or economic stability.In this fast paced thriller we follow The Phoenix as he exacts revenge and rights wrongs in his inimitable style The Phoenix has always been a loner can he and his new colleagues work together as a team to prevent a terrorist cell from causing havoc in Central London

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    1. When is a bad guy not really a bad guy? When he is Phoenix in Ted Tayler’s exciting book “The Olympus Project”. Tayler wastes no time in getting the action started in this high tech, guns blazing story of Colin Bailey. When I picked this book I didn’t realize Colin Bailey had made his initial appearance in an earlier Tayler book. This says a lot for “The Olympus Project” since it stands perfectly on its own. Tayler does a great job of giving Colin’s back story while weaving a tale [...]

    2. Colin Bailey is a man on a mission. His wife and daughter were murdered. Because the killer got off with a slap on the wrist, he has been a one-man killing machine, plotting and planning and killing those who have not been touched by justice. These could be pedophiles or crooked cops.His most recent job didn't go as planned d now he's been rescued from the police and a watery grace by a total stranger.His savior is head of a secret organization run and operated by ex-military men and women, who [...]

    3. Author Ted Tayler is generous to his readers with dynamic characters and intricate plots. Redemption alone is a powerful force to shape a compelling story. But author Ted Tayler is generous to his reader, and adds a substantial dose of vigilantism, a lead character drowning in past vices, and a privately-funded secretive spy / counter terrorism group to the already charged mix. Cleverly he avoids a cast of mere caricatures, but devotes a chapter each, to fleshing out the motivations and scars of [...]

    4. Being a fan of vigilante thrillers, I knew the Olympus Project would be right up my alley. It’s a surprisingly fast read and several notches above other books in its genre. The location descriptions and credible characters only add to the thrill, and the enticing mood will stay with you for days. Colin Bailey is half submerged in the icy waters below the Pulteney Weir, gripping to a nearby branch. He has escaped death and so far evaded the police, but not without swallowing a lungful of water. [...]

    5. Given To Me For An Honest ReviewThe Olympus Project (The Phonex Book 1) by Ted Tayler is one that when you open to page one, it will grab you and hold you down on the edge ofyour seat as you watch the pages turn and turn and turn some more. You'll even watch a few twists and turns thrown in for good measure. This book is an OMG story. As you read it, you will find yourself pulled in and become a part of the story. This is the first book of a new series by Ted Taylor. I am one who wants more, mor [...]

    6. The Olympus Project endeavors to reach some lofty heightsno pun intended. A very well written book describing the antics of a few British gents who have decided enough is enough by setting up an organization dedicated to wiping out the world’s evils, one strike at a time. And they never leave any trace of their handy work once the job is done. Add a crafty new member to the team named Colin a.k.a. Phoenix and a sexy co-assassinator named Athena certainly provided some spice, killing skills and [...]

    7. I received this book for a honest review. Let me start by saying what a fantastic, fast-paced, and thrilling book to read. I enjoyed into through to the end.You’re drawn you into the thrilling life of codename: The Phoenix from page 1. A group, each one with their own skill sets, founded an organization to help rid the world of those the law lets off too easy. The Olympus Project deals with real world issues that upset our everyday lives. The characters and story are full of richness. As the a [...]

    8. REVIEW: THE OLYMPUS PROJECT (#1) by Ted TaylerImagine James Bond as a crime-eradicating vigilante, employed not by national security but by an extremely wealthy, extremely right-wing private group dedicated to upholding the high standards of the UK--standards that in their view have been rigorously eroded in the past several decades. Colin Bailey, a vigilante serial killer, has literally been resurrected from near-death by this group, to be retrained and used as their tool, pointed at any target [...]

    9. A nonstop action packed page turner! This action thriller brings vigilante justice to the readers via a bad guy you can't help but love. Colin Bailey does the unsavory with finesse.Main character is very well written and supporting characters jump off the page as well. Ted Taylor's serves up this thriller with continuous action and a few steamy little episodes to keep the reader turning pages. I look forward to getting to know Colin Bailey better in the next book. Great writing and descriptive d [...]

    10. The Phoenix hasn't quite risenNot a bad read but made more difficult by a near lack of proof reading and editing. Story line isn't bad, but tedious to read.

    11. Enjoyed the detail of the "project planning", varied locations and characters, and the overall theme of dealing with issues that the "system" doesn't care enough about.

    12. If you are into thrillers about current terrorist attacks and you are also hoping for some sense of justice gratified, The Olympus Project is definitely your kind of book. Well, book series, to be more precise.With fully developed histories for each character, the author introduces us to a secret organisation bringing punishment upon those who avoid the usual legal punishment. In an old-style elegance in narration and action, reminisicent at first of Roger Moore's James Bond movies, gaining pace [...]

    13. This one is different from many I’ve read. It has a bit of an espionage feel to it. The way the organization tracks down and eliminates threats sounds like something out of a James Bond movie. But instead of a government-sanctioned intelligence outfit, The Olympus Project is a group of well funded vigilantes that hide their activities from the world. They have the money and the skills to fight evil from the shadows. So it’s like 007 and Batman teamed up and created a family of rich, fed-up, [...]

    14. If you enjoy this review, please check out the rest of my reviews at bsidebookreviews.wordpress I review only independently published books so you are sure to find something new! The Olympus Project has the makings of a great story. We start with the anti-hero, Colin Bailey, back from the dead. The author then throws in a beautiful woman with a troubled past and spices it with a heavy dash of Secret Society. How could this go wrong!?Unfortunately, it then takes over 150 pages to come to a boil.I [...]

    15. This book is a continuation but it's also intended as a stand alone, and I read it as such.The opening is classic anti-hero. A serial killer on the run and I misread it on the first pass. Colin Bailey *is* a vigilante serial killer, but not in the Dexter mode; he's not a sociopath, he is where he is *because* of his emotions.It's a dark start. There's an expectation of nihilism - Colin is exhausted, trapped and his personal solo vigilante mission could not possibly continue against the odds. You [...]

    16. The Olympus Project by Ted TaylerSet in London a man known as "The Phoenix" is rescued while he is drowning. Phoenix is a loner and a stone cold killer. A group, The Olympus Project wants him to join their team of assassins. They believe in ridding the world of people they believe to be a threat to their political and economic views.A fast paced thriller. Each character is introduced (in detail) and we learn a lot about them. I like that in a story. Told in a way which pulls the reader into the [...]

    17. Fast paced thriller!I saved you, so now you must join our group of assassins. That is the concept but it's only the beginning. The Olympus Project, giving the assassins names that fit with the mythology, such as Erebus, Athena and the now saved-from-drowning Phoenix. It's a book that can't be put down until it's finished and it grabs the reader from the beginning, taking the reader on the journey into the world of Phoenix the loner who now is part of a group. Intriguing and highly recommended f [...]

    18. Colin is back! And, this time, he has backing in the form of a secret organisation.This is an exciting start to a new series which has him doing the stuff he knows best - killing all the bad people.On the way there are love interests and twists in the tale, as usual.Fast paced and easy to read, The Phoenix is a new type of James Bond - not for him the Martinis, flash clothes and fast cars but an ordinary guy putting the world to rights.It's well written and the research makes the action come ali [...]

    19. Great story of an organization that eliminates people who are not nice! It takes place in England, sometimes in London, and was made more real for me as I read it while I was there. Free book, as is the second one in the series.

    20. If you are into the British polite but hard spy thriller this is the writer for you. Strong characters that are very believable! Methodical in its buildup and how things operate within the British frame of reference of counter terrorism!

    21. aurther did real good job of ksuper good readthis book exceeded my expectations. the action was good and quite believable. I look foreward to gold,silver,bombs. arthur did good job of connecting current events into story line

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