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Project Gemini

(The Mission League #2)

4.38  ·  Rating details ·  104 ratings  ·  17 reviews
After an exhausting school year, Spencer is thrilled to discover that the summer training mission will take him and his fellow agents-in-training to Okinawa, a tropical paradise. But there's little time for R & R as Spencer must attend school, volunteer at a local martial arts training facility, and track and report a mysterious girl named Keiko. Spencer
Paperback, 398 pages
Published June 1st 2013 by Marcher Lord Press
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Oct 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing
REREAD: I still love this book so much, but I'm also sooo glad Spencer starts improving after this. 😅

This book was way too epic for my sleeping habits. Right from the very beginning, I was completely hooked and I didn't want to put it down. And since I started reading it after 10 pm...*ahem*

Project Gemini has absolutely none of the sequel slumps. It kept up the feel of the first book, and powered through the whole way. There was no feeling of repetitiveness either.

To be completely fai
Leah Good
3.5 stars, but read with caution. I'll explain.

If you're the type of reader likes high action and doesn't mind dating drama and heavily physical guy/girl attraction, you'll be reaching for five stars after reading Project Gemini.

That said, if you're like me, inhabiting Spencer's mind in this book will probably make you uncomfortable. He's kinda obsessed with girls. Because of that, this is one of those books I say that I "like with disclaimers." (I'll readily admit that I'm funny about this. Not
Sep 22, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Another stellar entry into the Mission League series!
I found myself drawn into the world of Spencer Garmond and the Mission League even further with this latest entry in the series. This one keeps your attention, pushes you to the edge of your seat and causes some white knuckles at times as Jill Williamson puts her young lead character into increasingly dangerous situations - some life threatening. We see the character mature in very good ways in this book and I am really looking forward to the
Carol R.
Jun 05, 2013 rated it really liked it
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I would LOVE to see this as a movie . . .
Aug 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing
And I love how the mystery unfolded. Faster than the last but still slow and suspenseful. I'm so into this series.
Apr 06, 2021 rated it really liked it
This book was pretty good. I'm really enjoying this Series. Imma gonna keep going! Yaaayy!
You know it's very hard to find clean books these days, so I'm glad I ran into these ones! The ending was unexpected, but it was still awesome!
Also, Author you are amazing! Love the books and good job!!😁
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Loved it!
Julia Nashif
Yaaaaay. It feels so good to be back with a Jill Williamson book. I had to take a long hiatus from her while I tried to scavenge some money.

Let's have some lists, shall we?

Things I liked:

1. The dialogue. Jill Williamson is THE MASTER. Spencer's internal monologue is entertaining and hilarious.

2. The setting. While the descriptions were sometimes lengthy, I really liked seeing Japan through Spencer's eyes.

3. Christophe's sacrifice. I nearly started crying then, and I might just start crying now.
Nov 16, 2014 rated it really liked it
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Sarah Wright
Jun 27, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I really enjoyed this book. Spencer, the main character, is becoming less of a self-centered macho jerk and more of a decent human being who still makes lots of mistakes. At least he's learning from them.

Like the first book in the series, it's a coming of age/adventure/spy novel with a background of faith. Very original theme. I have never read anything like them before. I hope the author writes more in this series!
Nov 11, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I call this an 8-star book. Poorly written I would have loved it because it's a young adult novel and takes place on Okinawa, a place I spent a significant amount of time. Jill Williamson's descriptions of the island are spot on which made it so good. The Mission League is just too cool. I loved The New Recruit and love Project Gemini even more. ...more
Gillian Bronte Adams
Sep 28, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Awesome sequel to the New Recruit! Jill Williamson delivers once again with a great character in Spencer Garmond. He draws you into the story from page one and keeps you reading until the end. Looking forward to the next book in the Mission League series.
Micah Baldwin
May 13, 2014 rated it it was amazing
A great read! It really connects with today's young people. The only problem I had with it was that the writer seemed to have a homophobic homeschooler stereotype going on... As a former homeschooler, this didn't appeal to me at all. ...more
Michaella Valkenaar
Mar 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Mrs. Williamson does it again. This one was a real spy novel-twists and turns and characters who aren't what you think they are. When caught up in the confusion and twists, here's a hint. Remember the story title. ...more
Miriam Badger
Nov 05, 2016 rated it liked it
A very surprise ending I loved it.
John Otte
Jun 08, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Awesome book, great follow-up to the first one. Spencer as a character continues to grow on me! Can't wait to read the next one! ...more
Judith Noameshie
Different from the first one.

For me this one didn't flow as well as the first one. It was too complicated. I am pondering on whether to get book three or not.
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Jill Williamson is an award-winning fantasy and science fiction author of over twenty books including By Darkness Hid, which won several awards and was named a Best Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror novel by VOYA magazine. She has also written several books on the craft of writing and teaches at, one of Writer’s Digest’s “101 Best Websites for Writers.”

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