• Sins of the Father Omnibus 2

  • Sins of the Father, Books 4-6
  • By: Nazri Noor
  • Narrated by: Luke Daniels
  • Length: 19 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (91 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Contains books four, five, and six of Sins of the Father, a humorous supernatural suspense story filled with magic, mythology, and mayhem from Nazri Noor, author of the best-selling Darkling Mage series.

Holy Hell, book four

The dead are rising - and so is Mason's blood pressure. An ancient threat has awakened. The long-dead paladin Roland wants his holy sword back, and Mason Albrecht is the man to find it. But instead of asking nicely, Roland raises the dead around the world. It’s an international undead incident!

The Lorica is on Mason's case, threatening confinement in their high-security Prism. Beelzebub, demon Prince of Gluttony, still wants a taste of nephilim flesh. Mason’s access to the Vestments is severed, stripping him of his arms and armor. And zombies walk the earth. Mason Albrecht wishes he were dead.

Halo Goodbye, book five

No good deed goes unpunished. Mason Albrecht should be celebrating. The high heavens have shown him their favor, granting him the rare privilege of wearing his very own halo. And he’s well on the path to tracking his mother’s true location with the help of his estranged fallen angel father.

Reuniting with Samyaza is the first step in finding more nephilim the world over, but trouble is afoot. Corpses keep turning up, their organs missing, their bodies tattooed with the same sigils Mason wears on his skin. Something out there is killing the nephilim. Worse: it’s eating them.

Kingdom Come, book six

Mason Albrecht’s anger issues have finally come to a head, attracting another member of the Seven. The Prince of Wrath reveals his hand, striking at Mason where it hurts the most: his mother. Abaddon possesses Josephine Albrecht's body, then disappears, taking her with him.

Plunged into despair, Mason and his allies rush to find Abaddon, and a way to stop the Prince of Wrath. How can he destroy the demon hiding inside his mother’s body? Mason must swallow his pride, bare his soul, and beseech old friends and enemies...one of the Seven among them.

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Amazing!

Absolutely hilarious and an emotional rollercoaster. This book was amazing. And the voice actor was incredible. I could listen to Luke Daniels forever. I can’t wait to listen to the rest of Nazri Noor’s books.

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Great listen

I always love Nazri Noors books. He is a genius. Luke Daniels is amazing.

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Enjoyable Story

Enjoyable story that is well written with likeable characters.  Narration is very, very good though not to my taste.