Blog Tour, Feature, & Giveaway:
Project Prometheus by Aden Polydoros
Last year I had the chance to interview debut author, Aden Polydoros, about his amazing thriller, Project Pandora. Today we are back with Project Prometheus (book 2) and three conspiracy theories to get you in the mood for reading a conspiracy theory thriller. Check them out below and be sure to enter the giveaway at the end!
Project Prometheus (Assassin Fall #2) by Aden Polydoros
The Academy stole everything from Hades, their perfect assassin. Angry and leaving bodies in his wake, he finds two other ex-assassins doing the exact same thing.
Tyler and Shannon once killed for The Academy. Now they’re tracking and hunting down its scientists. So why is The Academy only after Hades?
Shannon will do whatever it takes to protect Tyler, even if it means teaming up with a former rival. While she seeks answers to her past, Tyler wants to learn the truth about the mysterious white room, which no one has ever seen except him.
As for Hades? He simply wants revenge.
They all need answers, even if it means returning to the organization where it all started.
Three Conspiracy Theories to Get You in the Mood for Project Prometheus
Conspiracy theories usually deny consensus or cannot be proven using the historical or scientific method, and are not to be confused with research concerning verified conspiracies. Conspiracy theory is often considered the opposite of institutional analysis.
I was once tasked in college to write a paper defending Jonestown as a conspiracy theory. It was a dark hole of research, especially as a person with a very logical and scientific brain. I promise you these ones are just for fun…maybe.
New Coke…or is it?
A theory claims that The Coca-Cola Company intentionally changed to an inferior formula with New Coke, with the intent either of driving up demand for the original product or permitting the reintroduction of the original with a new formula using cheaper ingredients. Coca-Cola president Donald Keough, rebutted this charge: “The truth is, we’re not that dumb, and we’re not that smart.”
Will the Real Paul McCartney please stand up?
The “Paul is dead” theory alleges that Paul McCartney died in 1966 and was replaced by a look-alike. Now I want to go look at pre-and post-1966 photos.
To be or not to be…
Theorists believe there is a lack of evidence proving that the actor and businessman sometimes known as Shaksper of Stratford was responsible for the body of works that bear his name. Very little biographical information exists about Shakespeare. So maybe all those classics we were subjected to weren’t all that great…. (not a conspiracy theory; that’s fact LOL).
There’s a great podcast for even more conspiracy theories that you can find right here.
PS: Jonestown was a real thing and there’s nothing that can convince me otherwise.
Project Pandora (Assassin Fall #1) by Aden Polydoros
Tyler Bennett trusts no one. Just another foster kid bounced from home to home, he’s learned that lesson the hard way. Cue world’s tiniest violin. But when strange things start happening—waking up with bloody knuckles and no memory of the night before or the burner phone he can’t let out of his sight— Tyler starts to wonder if he can even trust himself.
Even stranger, the girl he’s falling for has a burner phone just like his. Finding out what’s really happening only leads to more questions…questions that could get them both killed. It’s not like someone’s kidnapping teens lost in the system and brainwashing them to be assassins or anything, right? And what happens to rogue assets who defy control?
In a race against the clock, they’ll have to uncover the truth behind Project Pandora and take it down—before they’re reactivated. Good thing the program spent millions training them to kick ass…
Aden Polydoros grew up in Long Grove, Illinois, and now lives in Arizona. He is a writer of young adult fiction. When he isn’t writing, he enjoys reading and going on hikes in the mountains. Aden Polydoros is a 2015 Gold Medalist in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards and has published two short stories in Best Arizona Teen Writing of 2015. PROJECT PANDORA (Entangled, 2017) is his debut novel.