Black

  • by Charles Colyott
  • Narrated by MacKenzie Nikol Greenwood
  • 12 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

High school sucks.
All the boring classes, petty teachers, and inevitable teen drama. Being a senior makes it all bearable, though. At least, it's supposed to. Unfortunately, Tommy and his friends are about to have a killer year....
All Tommy wanted was a little time to get over his breakup with Alyson. He never asked for a fight with Alyson's bizarro new boyfriend, Eric, but he wasn't about to shy away from it, either.
The only problem is that Eric isn't like other boys...
The scars that never seem to heal. The black book - cold to the touch - that he keeps hidden in his basement. The unholy rage, seething just below the surface, set to shatter everything he touches, even the boundaries of hell. And now, in the midst of what should have been the best time of their lives, Tommy and his friends must try to prevent Eric from achieving his ultimate goal: the summoning of a mysterious artifact capable of reducing the earth to ash, or raising it to untold glories....
Black is the genre-bending first book in the epic dark fantasy series The Nephilim Codex, blending the teen angst of a John Hughes movie marathon with Hong Kong action sensibilities and the pulse of a classic goth and alternative soundtrack. This new edition contains an exclusive excerpt from Down: Canto II of the Nephilim Codex.

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High adventure and lots of laughs smeared in blood lol

If your looking for a great break from all the BS of political and environmental gloom read this book
Set in the 1990s it will take you back to a better time filled with great music and good memories
Then darkness hits and all hell breaks loose
I highly recommend this book get read it or listen to the audio and enjoy
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- Jedi777

Ancient Chinese secrets

The teen aspect of this story may be a turn off to some but do not let it. It is merely part of the vehicle that drives this story. Young love, kung Fu excellence and a dastardly metaphysical bad guy, what more could you ask for? Charles Colyott did a good job on this one. Black: Canto I of the Nephilim Codex is well worth the credit but I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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- paul

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-19-2017
  • Publisher: Charles Colyott