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A lethal plague resurrected from the bones of the dead is stolen from a secret biological warfare lab hidden in the mountains of North Korea. There's no cure, and it's 100 percent fatal. If it gets loose, millions will die. The men who have it want to reduce the world's population and bring down the global economy as part of a plan to establish world dominance.

Nick Carter and Selena Connor of the Project are up against their old nemesis - a centuries-old conspiracy called AEON. This time Director Elizabeth Harker is determined to eliminate AEON once and for all. It's touch and go as events build toward the final confrontation, with no certainty that things will turn out well. Along the way dark secrets from Selena's past come to light. The Project team takes on another dangerous mission, with no guarantee that any of them will survive.

©2015 Alexander Lukeman (P)2015 Alexander Lukeman

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Another Winner

The team is all together again and Project director Harker has determined they should eliminate their old enemies, Aeon, once and for all. But of course there are complications, a deadly contagion that needs to be recovered and destroyed, and more secrets of Selena's past are coming out, ones even she didn't know about yet, but hey just another day at the project.

This was another awesome audiobook by narrator Jack de Golia, and after 9 Project audio's he is the voice of the project for me. His voices for each of the characters are the ones I have come to know and love, especially Ronnie, he is my favorite. Mr. de Golia also breaths life into the story as he reads it, it just flows so nicely, I can't imagine the Project any other way.

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Good thriller

Good thriller, that has one globe trotting to stop. In this a plague from North Korea has been stolen. Results no cure, if released would cut the population. Good narration and series. Given audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion

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The Project's back, and it's a must-hear!

What made the experience of listening to Black Rose the most enjoyable?

Over the past 9 books, I feel like I've gotten well acquainted with the characters. Jack DeGolia does such a great job with Alex Lukeman's characters. I don't just sit back and listen to The Project books, I'm fully engaged, eager to find out what happens next.

What other book might you compare Black Rose to and why?

None in particular -- it's action and adventure with strong characters, both male and female. I love that 3 of the project members are women (including the director), and they can hold their own! Smart, physically capable and they don't just rely on their looks or their men to take care of them.

Which scene was your favorite?

That's like asking which child is my favorite :)

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

These books always make me laugh at times, and they make me sad at times. When you are as invested in the characters as I am after 9 books, you become a bit emotionally attached to them too.

Any additional comments?

Keep them coming! Can't wait to hear the next in the series!