The Black: Arrival : The Black

  • by Paul E. Cooley
  • Narrated by Paul E. Cooley
  • Series: The Black
  • 8 hrs and 23 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The crew of the deep-sea exploration rig Leaguer discovers oil that's sweeter, purer, and sure to be more easily refined than anything that's ever existed. To confirm their own analysis of their billion-dollar find, a test barrel is flown from the drill site off the coast of Papua/New Guinea to Houston Analytical Laboratories (HAL).
As the unsuspecting scientists at HAL await the arrival of the oil, they ready their lab for what they know is an important job. They've seen the test results from Leaguer; this find could make history.
While the barrel is on its way to Houston, an "infection" breaks out on the far-away rig. And as life aboard the rig descends into chaos, the scientists at HAL make their own discovery - what Leaguer found is indeed historic; it just isn't oil. Instead, they've brought up a dangerous organism that could threaten all life on Earth.
Trapped in their labs, the scientists must find a way to fight a creature that defies chemistry, physics, and biology.
The Black: Arrival, a parallel story to the Amazon horror best seller The Black, is a pause-resisting suspense novel that will fill you with claustrophobic terror.
Now that The Black has arrived, will humanity survive?


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Just awful.

one of the worst books I've listened to in a long time!! The narration was particularly annoying. Badly written and wholly predictable
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- Amazon Customer

Good Story-line.

Where does The Black: Arrival rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Again a little slow for the first 3 chapters and then cannot put it down. Like the first book it actually requires the first slow chapters to get to know the characters and how they react to situations. Hoping the 3rd Book is as good.

What about Paul E. Cooley’s performance did you like?

Good performance by Paul, reads it very well

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes of course, but cannot so it was in about 12 stages.

Any additional comments?

Worthwhile listen.

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- Rogeraee

Book Details

  • Release Date: 20-11-2015
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