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- Listening Length: 4 hours and 32 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Critical Mass Publishing
- Audible.com Release Date: July 1, 2015
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B010YSG5H4
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Occult Assassin #1: Damnation Code Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Silicon Valley turns into Hell on Earth!
Another great episode in the Occult Assassin Series!
The first book in this series does exactly what it should do. It gives you just enough background to understand the characters and not bog you down with needless information. The action is tight and not overbearing. What do I mean by that? Well, it’s the way that I feel the entire book is…it’s “just right” in length by not being overdone just so there can be a higher word count, the action is “just right” in that it doesn’t go on for endless pages and exhausting the reader, and the characters are done so that you recognize and know them without all the needless overly done details that, again, are often done simply for word count.
If you like action-adventure and want a bit of occult and magic thrown in then this is one you have to try. Think of Mack Bolan meeting Harry Dresden type of setting. Sure Mack has met Occult groups in The Executioner series, but those didn’t have any actual demons coming into the world, whereas this series allows those demons to come in and wreak havoc on our hero.
Simple, easy, and enjoyable read. Great for a Sunday afternoon in the hammock.
As for the narration, I thought James Foster did a fine job. I'm not too keen on his character voices, but his narration otherwise is superb.
This main character is now former military, leaving the service he loved to look for whomever killed his fiancée whom he loved more. I cried with him. I could feel his pain. It was so well written that his emotions float from words on a page to feelings in your own soul. Anyone who has lost someone will recognize those feelings. You won't be able to help it, and you will want the justice he seeks.
Then things start to get a little weird. A lot weird, but it also seems plausible. Could it happen? Could our society go to that point?
It'll make you think twice the next time you pick up your smartphone.
The characters are well developed and realistic. The story is thought provoking and frightening. The book does not end with a cliffhanger.
I highly recommend this book. It's fascinating and really will make you think.
William Massa, writes a Tactical Action and Paranormal Thriller, with the paranormal element and gives it a very human face and ideals, that might just catch you off guard and make this book even more intense.
The Hero Mark Talon, is a Delta Force soldier and has his world destroyed, then is introduced to a new breed of evil. Mr. Massa brings a unique spin on the topic of a classic cult, which has been around for years. One that could give just about anybody the hee-be-je-bees. Mr. Massa doesn't just make Mark Talon a fascinating character though, he brings interest to every character in the book even the characters most would consider as after thoughts, or filler characters. In William Massa's Occult Assassin Damnation Code, you will learn quickly their is no "side" or "after thought" characters, which is partly why this book is such a hit and carries you from page to page.