• Mirth & Mayhem Mission Pack 2: Missions 5-8

  • Black Ocean: Mirth & Mayhem
  • By: J.S. Morin
  • Narrated by: Mikael Naramore
  • Length: 24 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (51 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

If crime paid better, they wouldn't have to do so much of it.

Chuck, Mort, and their sometimes-accomplice Brad seek to cheat the galaxy out of an honest living. No law goes unscoffed at. No truth gets uttered when a lie might make more money. And if the job involves murder... well, that's wizard's work.

Mission 5: Viva Las Vega IX
Gambling, betrayal, and a backroom deal to deliver cargo—no questions asked—collide in a seedy casino with its own comedy club. Plus, a fugitive wizard has found shelter among the upper echelons of a major syndicate. Wait, syndicates control Vega IX? I'm shocked!

Mission 6: Ventura Starway
In a remote section of space, a convoy of ships gathers around a central flagship to buy, sell, and trade. You can find anything if you're willing to pay the price, including more trouble than you bargained for. This goes double if you're looking to rob the place.

Mission 7: Fly Like an Ego
Summer camp goes horribly wrong. Instead of racing for fun and glory, Brad finds himself fighting for his life. But what if the pirates who take him hostage happen to be hiring?

Mission 8: Sixteen Tomes
Mort had one job: Track down a dark wizard, kill him, and collect any records of his research. Simple. Done it a hundred times before. But this is the first time it's been personal.

Bonus Short Story: Dread Poet Society
Emily Chisholm has a plan: Finish grad school, and settle down with her girlfriend. But when her grandmother summons her home to take her rightful place as leader of the Poet Fleet, Emily's well-laid plans start to crumble. Can the heir to the galaxy's most notorious pirate fleet convince the love of her life to embrace a life of piracy?

Black Ocean: Mirth & Mayhem follows a mismatched duo of itinerant comedian and outlaw wizard as they roam the galaxy trying to eke out a living and stay ahead of the consequences of their actions.

©2022 J.S. Morin (P)2022 J.S. Morin

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JS does it again.

Simply fantastic. JS Morin never let's you down. Keep it up, my friend. Look forward to more.

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Needs more Mort and less Brad.

More great stories featuring an earlier Mort, but once again too much time spent on the kids. Brad in the art heist wasn't too bad and even the race camp was alright, but the whole baseball /ballerina arc with Mike was just a waste of time.

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Fantastic! A must read for all Black Ocean fans!

Make no mistake, this series will not disappoint and is not one of those prequel series that feels “less than” the original series. Instead, it was fantastic and this Mission Pack was an entertaining, character driven hoot, filled with laugh out loud moments, action and meaningful moments in the lives of these characters that are not to be missed! As always, Mikael Naramore knocked it out of the park with his performance. Can’t wait for the next book.