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Publisher's Summary

The war against the forces of darkness continues...
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 experience. 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 planned 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.
©2015 William Massa (P)2015 William Massa
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Critic Reviews

" Occult Assassin moves like a bullet exploding from Talon's 9mm Glock." (Nicholas Sansbury Smith, best-selling author of Extinction Horizon and Orbs)
" The Occult Assassin series evokes the golden age of genre fiction: snappy writing and great plotting, larger-than-life characters, and a delicious mix of international intrigue and the occult." (Layton Green, best-selling author of The Dominic Grey series)
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By Natalie @ ABookLoversLife on 08-04-15

An amazing second book.

Any additional comments?

I loved book 1 of this but I have to say that this one was even better! It blew me away. The summary is spot on so let's get to my thoughts.

Talon is back and more composed and able to do his job better. In book 1 he was learning the ropes but here he knows what to do so we see more action from him plus he has a benefactor so there is more weaponry and knowledge.

This brought more emotions to the surface while reading, for me anyway. I felt so sorry for Nicole when she was young, but even more so now because she knows what to expect. I find possession stories to be so extremely scary and this is no different. The idea of a thing being inside you is just so shudder inducing that I was holding my breath at those scenes. Then the author adds in twist after twist and I was left reeling.

Once again, this is high octane action and adventure. Once I started I couldn't stop and listened to it in a day again. It has everything a great book needs and more. This book is pure entertainment and I could see it as a mini series cause it's that good.

In all, a stellar second book. I loved everything about it and will definitely be keeping my eye on this author. Bring on more Talon and co!!!!!

Once again, James Foster gave a flawless performance. He really knows how to bring the listener into the story and keep their attention throughout. Definitely a narrator that delivers all the time.

*I was provided this audiobook, in exchange for an honest for review, by the author, publisher and/or narrator via AudiobookBlast dot com.*

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful


Thrill ride of a book


Mark Talon is once again battling evil occult followers. This time he's out to save a young formally possessed woman, Nicole Robertson who is being targeted. This is another great book by the talented Mr. Massa. The character of Talon is a mixture of Jason Bourne and Batman with just a dash of Hellboy thrown in. He's smart, sarcastic, crafty, quick on his feet, dark, haunted and knows how to kick some serious butt. The story is fast paced and really grabs you in.


I found the narrator to be much better this time around. The characters are far better voiced and easier to recognize who is who. Like book one this book was a delight to listen to. Loved the story.

I will most definitely will be continuing with reading the series and highly recommend this book for reading.

Occult Assassin #1: Damnation Code -
Occult Assassin: Ice Shadows (A Novella) -
Occult Assassin Book 3: Spirit Breaker -

*****Received this via audiobookblast in exchange for an unbiased review. ****
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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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By Serenity on 08-10-15

The Return of the Occult Assassin

What did you like most about Occult Assassin #2: Apocalypse Soldier?

This is a great follow on from the first book and moves at a fast pace. In parts, it tells the same scene from three characters view points, which I found interesting.

Who was your favorite character and why?

No contest, the Occult Assassin!! Mark Talon is developing into a good character and looking forward to future books.

What about James Foster’s performance did you like?

Again James delivers a polished performance and keeps the story moving along nicely. It seems more polished than the first, looking forward to listening to more from James.

Any additional comments?

"I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via AudiobookBlast dot com."

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By F on 07-23-15

always a blast

If you could sum up Occult Assassin #2: Apocalypse Soldier in three words, what would they be?

I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via audible site. as for the 3 words : quite a blast

What other book might you compare Occult Assassin #2: Apocalypse Soldier to, and why?

any book by don pendlenton and the books by laurel k hamilton

What does James Foster bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

like i said in the first review, emotion

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

the all book is quite a ride

Any additional comments?

i hope there are more coming soon

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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