Age Of Blood: A Seal Team 666 Novel by Weston OchseAge Of Blood: A Seal Team 666 Novel by Weston Ochse

Age Of Blood: A Seal Team 666 Novel

byWeston OchseRead byTo Be Announced

Audio Book (CD) | May 1, 2014

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Tom Clancy meets The X-Files in Weston Ochse's SEAL Team 666 series starringthe Navy SEALs who handle supernatural threats.

When a Senator's daughter is kidnapped by a mysterious groupwith ties to the supernatural, it's clearly a job for SEAL Team 666. As TripleSix gets involved, they discover links to the Zeta cartel, a newly discoveredtemple beneath Mexico City, and a group known as Los Desollados, the Flayed Ones.International politics, cross-border narco-terrorism, and an insidious forceoperating inside the team soon threaten to derail the mission. Forced topartner with several militant ex-patriots and a former Zeta hit man turned skinwalker,Triple Six is the world's only hope to stop the return of the Age of Blood.

Weston Ochse won the Bram Stoker Award for First Novel with Scarecrow Gods and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize for Appalachian Galapagos. He is a retired Army intelligence officer and currently works for the Defense Intelligence Agency.
Title:Age Of Blood: A Seal Team 666 NovelFormat:Audio Book (CD)Product dimensions:5.7 × 5.2 × 1 inShipping dimensions:5.7 × 5.2 × 1 inPublished:May 1, 2014Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1482989204

ISBN - 13:9781482989205


Rated 3 out of 5 by from I really wanted to love this... This was very close to a two-star, which is frustrating. All the elements are there. Well-researched background. Interesting supernatural entities. A freaking Seal team devoted to fighting them. But, along with that comes the author's unending desire to give you precise measurements and statistics and model numbers of all the weaponry at that team's fingertips. A little is okay, but this much makes me feel like I'm reading the catalogue to Seal Teams R Us. It's distracting. And also, while most of the dialogue is good, when it comes time for someone to deliver information, Ochse again falls back on a dictionary-spewing info dump that even the audiobook reader had difficulty getting through. So, much as I wanted to love this series, this is as far as I go.
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