• Sixteen Tomes: Mission 8

  • Black Ocean: Mirth & Mayhem, Book 8
  • By: J.S. Morin
  • Narrated by: Mikael Naramore
  • Length: 5 hrs and 8 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (22 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

That's the thing about unfinished business; it doesn't go away if you ignore it.

Chuck and Mort team up to finish a job Mort had to leave undone. A dark wizard is on the loose with a head start and the entire galaxy in which to hide. Their only lead? A mystical connection that Mort doesn't want to talk about. To make matters worse, their target has an accomplice, and it's someone Mort isn't inclined to get rough with.

On the homefront, Brad is grounded both literally and figuratively. Stranded on a retrovert planet with nothing to do, he's forced to make his own fun. And what better way to liven up a dull planet than to run a scam on the people responsible: his family.

Sixteen Tomes is the eighth mission of Black Ocean: Mirth & Mayhem. It 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. Black Ocean: Mirth & Mayhem looks back at an earlier era in the Black Ocean universe, and returning listeners will get to see how some of their favorite characters came to be. Fans of morally gray heroes and slick talking conmen will love this series.

Grab your copy before someone else does.

©2022 J.S. Morin (P)2022 J.S. Morin

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I'm starting to detect an author pandering to SJW

The author had a very good universe to work with here, but he seems to be leaning all stories toward an SJW narrative. Doing such a narrative over and over again has made the stories feel less. Those moments of difference no longer have the same effect as they use to. They now feel empty and without a real impact on the story arc. What's wrong with a boy liking to do ballet? In the past 7 books, Michelle/Mike has shown no signs of gender dysphoria. So because she wants to do ballet she is a she now? I'm getting tired of this lazy writing from this author. I own all of his books on here, but this has been going on since Mercy for hire. Just do away with all of the shock tactics in your writing and focus on good character development. Don't just say someone is trans, with no supporting character development, write about their journey to self-discovery. That would be worth reading/listening to.