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Under 30,000 feet of water, the exploration rig Leaguer has discovered an oil field larger than Saudi Arabia, with oil so sweet and pure, nations would go to war for the rights to it.
But as the team starts drilling exploration wells in their race to claim the sweet crude, a deep rumbling beneath the ocean floor shakes them to their core. Something has been living in the oil...
"The Black" is a techno/horror-thriller series reminiscent of movies such as John Carpenter's The Thing and puts terror right into readers' ears.
Paul E Cooley’s Parsec Award Winning Series "The Black", a free podcast novel collection available from shadow publications.com and iTunes. Some mysteries shouldn't be solved.

The Black – Shadowpublications.com Paul E Cooley

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    • 4.2, 13 Ratings

Under 30,000 feet of water, the exploration rig Leaguer has discovered an oil field larger than Saudi Arabia, with oil so sweet and pure, nations would go to war for the rights to it.
But as the team starts drilling exploration wells in their race to claim the sweet crude, a deep rumbling beneath the ocean floor shakes them to their core. Something has been living in the oil...
"The Black" is a techno/horror-thriller series reminiscent of movies such as John Carpenter's The Thing and puts terror right into readers' ears.
Paul E Cooley’s Parsec Award Winning Series "The Black", a free podcast novel collection available from shadow publications.com and iTunes. Some mysteries shouldn't be solved.

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Harrycarrie100 ,

Love this series

I am a little late to the party but if your thinking of listening to this series I whole heartily recommend it!!!
I love how the three book revolve around each other very clever!

XanderHowitt ,

Awesome

This is by far one of if not Thee best podcasts I've heard, the story is well thought out exciting and extremely well executed, to miss this would be to miss out! 👍👍👍

Johnnymorris ,

Quite Intriguing.

The story is interesting and features a fresh situation with some decently characterised antagonists. There are some niggles though, from the rather over-liberal use of confrontational language in seemingly innocuous situations to the shortness of the episodes themselves. Otherwise this is worth listening to... unless, like me, you are not buying into the US scapegoating of BP's use of an incompetant American drilling firm. In which case; avoid.

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