• Stan Lee's The Devil's Quintet: The Armageddon Code

  • A Thriller
  • By: Jay Bonansinga, Stan Lee
  • Narrated by: Charles Everett
  • Length: 10 hrs and 43 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (55 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

"Both writers owe a huge debt to Charles Everett for narrating this powerful audiobook. Without flashy sound effects, Everett expertly leads listeners through this story about a disparate group of warriors who use the devil himself to do good." (AudioFile)

In Stan Lee's The Devil's Quintet: The Armageddon Code, the world-famous architect of the Marvel Universe teams up with New York Times best-selling author Jay Bonansinga to unleash a bold new superhero series on the world.

A five-person special ops unit, composed of a diverse assortment of former Navy SEALs from all walks of life, are responding to a terrorist threat deep in the Caucasus Mountains when their mission goes south in a big way. Facing certain death and torture, they’re unexpectedly offered a Faustian bargain by the Devil himself, who grants them unearthly powers in order to send evildoers to Hell on his fiendish behalf. 

But “The Devil’s Quintet” do things their own way, fighting to protect America and the world, while trying their best not to let their hellish new abilities corrupt them beyond redemption....

A Macmillan Audio production from Tor Books

©2022 Jay Bonansinga, Stan Lee (P)2022 Macmillan Audio

Critic Reviews

"Both writers owe a huge debt to Charles Everett for narrating this powerful audiobook. Without flashy sound effects, Everett expertly leads listeners through this story about a disparate group of warriors who use the devil himself to do good." 

AudioFile Magazine on Stan Lee's The Devil Quintet: The Armageddon Code

“A brilliant, devious, thoroughly exciting thriller! A perfect blend of high-concept SpecOps action and devious horror. Stan Lee and Jay Bonansinga bring the pain but never forget the heart!”

—Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of V-Wars and Rage

“A fast and wildly entertaining mix of military derring-do, demonology, romance, crackling wit, and verbal dexterity that will keep readers panting for the next installment. Stan Lee would be proud.” 

—Gary Braver, award-winning and bestselling author of Tunnel Vision and co-author of Choose Me

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ugh

I like marvel comics. I like thrillers. I like graphic novels. I like stories. I like literature. I like wordplay. This was comic to prose mediocrity. Redundancy, cliche, and predictability. I would see see it comic form, but unless it came up with an original thought I wouldn't read beyond first issue. It tries to maximize the dead man's vault (if?), it fails.

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Awesome book !

I couldn’t stop listening to this book
It was a well developed action fiction by Stan Lee and I wait for the next book
If you like strange weird power and none stop actions I recommend this audio book

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Enjoyable

really took a minute to get into it, but once I did it really got going, hoping we get more.

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pretty good!!!

Stan lee's the master. I dig it. I hope there is a second one floating around out there. RIP Stan!

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not worth thr money

ehh just could not get it. really wanted it to be good it just wasn't.

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Wow!

Wow, what an amazing story!
This would make a great movie.
Sure do miss you Stan.
Excelsior! 😊

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Do not get it because of Stan Lee's name

Stan Lee may have had the idea for this book but I do not see him writing something like this. Way too much unnecessary bad language and way too much sex. The story was just off somehow, I will not be buying the second book