Occult Assassin: Dark Missions (Books 1-3) : Occult Assassin

  • by William Massa
  • Narrated by James Foster
  • Series: Occult Assassin
  • 14 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The forces of darkness have a new enemy!
Enter the terrifying world of former Special Ops soldier Mark Talon and occult expert/tech billionaire Simon Casca. Two men, united by tragedy, with one goal - to keep the world safe from black magic occult threats. Their chilling missions will take them across the globe and pit them against apocalyptic cults, cursed relics and supernatural terrorists bent on world destruction.
The edition includes the first three books plus a bonus novella. Experience a series that listeners are describing as a perfect mix of action-adventure and paranormal horror.
Damnation Code (book one)
After a decade spent fighting the enemy abroad and keeping his country safe, Delta Force Operator Mark Talon is ready to settle down with the love of his life. But Talon's world crumbles when his fiancée becomes the victim of a murderous cult. The military man now has a new foe in his crosshairs, and this promises to be a very different war.
The person responsible for his beloved's death is a Silicon Valley tycoon allied with the forces of darkness. Fusing cutting-edge computer technology with an ancient evil, the enemy here cannot be stopped by bullets alone. If Talon is to be victorious in his mission of vengeance, he will need to master a new method of warfare - the arcane arts! He must become...the Occult Assassin.
Apocalypse Soldier (book two)
At age 15, Nicole Robertson was possessed by a demonic entity. She survived this ordeal, thanks to a successful exorcism. Now, eight years later, Nicole is still haunted by the memory of the demon. But the nightmare isn't over. She is about to become the target of an apocalyptic cult led by a former elite soldier with a chilling plan for her future.
Only one man can save Nicole from a fate worse than death.
Only one man stands between her and the apocalypse.
His name is Mark Talon. And he is about to go up against his most dangerous enemy yet.
Spirit Breaker (book three)
The former Delta Force Operator must confront an evil psychic cult leader and the spectral forces of the afterlife that he commands. Fortunately Casca's SPIRIT BREAKER program has been developing cutting-edge technology engineered to combat ghosts. A terrifying battle between the living and the dead awaits.
Ice Shadows (bonus novella)
Talon heads to Norway to stop a Black Metal musician who plans on using an ancient Norse ritual to trigger a frozen cataclysm.


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Customer Reviews

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets James Patterson

What did you love best about Occult Assassin: Dark Missions (Books 1-3)?

I liked the high sound quality. It was very professionally done. This book contains four quality occult action stories--Damnation Code, Apocalypse Soldier, Ice Shadows, and Spirit Breaker. This series is full of well-written scenes. One memorable scene was the way the Satanic cult murdered Talon's fiance with a stun-gun and knives.

What other book might you compare Occult Assassin: Dark Missions (Books 1-3) to and why?

These books are like a cross between the t.v. show "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and any book by James Patterson. The occult theme, special ancient spiritual weapons, the computers being a medium to pass on evil curses and the constant struggle against dark forces are reminiscent of the Buffy series. The action and suspense remind me of Patterson's story telling style.

Have you listened to any of James Foster’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No, but this he gave a great performance and this was a high quality production.

If you could take any character from Occult Assassin: Dark Missions (Books 1-3) out to dinner, who would it be and why?

I would take Nicole, the demon possessed girl to a very fancy, up-scale restaurant because it would be interesting to see the waiters reaction to her animal growls and the claws of the beasts trying to escape her stomach.

Any additional comments?

This is a solid series. It contains graphic scenes of violence. I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.

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- pixledust "Because tales should be told."

A Very Cool Idea For A Series.

Any additional comments?

First off, this audio book was provided by the narrator at no cost in exchange for an honest review, courtesy of Audio Book Blast.

With that said, here is Occult Assassin’s recipe: Start with two very different guys with very different skill sets. One is a retired special ops military soldier. The other is a billionaire with connections and knowledge to go with his money. Add in tragic suffering by way of the loss of loved ones. Twist it with the unexpected realization that the loss was at the hands of a cult with a direct connection to a supernatural demonic force and you have a series that is off and running. Each mission, (novella), deals with a variation on this theme with world domination and or an apocalypse as the stakes if the bad guys win.

James Foster narrates/performs the audio for this series and I’m so glad. I didn’t know Mr. Fosters work before I tried “Occult Assassin: Dark Missions.” Now I’m very aware of his work and even have some other books performed by him. As far as I’m concerned, I think he is among the top narrators/voice actors working in the field.

Finally, “Occult Assassin: Dark Missions” is an omnibus edition that contains the first three novellas by William Massa and a bonus short story. If dark paranormal, action/horror stories fit in your wheel house, then you can’t go wrong with this omnibus edition.

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- Ashanti

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-11-2016
  • Publisher: Critical Mass Publishing