The Blacklist #6

The Blacklist Start of a brand new story arc When a terrible explosion and fire rips through an Italian high security prison and a small rural town in America is incinerated in an horrific chemical plant accident

  • Title: The Blacklist #6
  • Author: Nicole Dawn Phillips Beni Lobel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Start of a brand new story arc When a terrible explosion and fire rips through an Italian high security prison and a small rural town in America is incinerated in an horrific chemical plant accident, Raymond Red Reddington, the Concierge of Crime, realises that the sinister organisation known as the Cabal is cleaning house and using a deadly new Blacklister by the nameStart of a brand new story arc When a terrible explosion and fire rips through an Italian high security prison and a small rural town in America is incinerated in an horrific chemical plant accident, Raymond Red Reddington, the Concierge of Crime, realises that the sinister organisation known as the Cabal is cleaning house and using a deadly new Blacklister by the name of the Arsonist to cover their tracks with large scale, pyrotechnic attacks.

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      Published :2020-03-16T00:57:59+00:00

    2 thoughts on “The Blacklist #6

    1. Nicole Dawn Phillips Beni Lobel Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Blacklist #6 book, this is one of the most wanted Nicole Dawn Phillips Beni Lobel author readers around the world.

    2. A strong start right out of the gate for the second arc. The Arsonist feels immediately creepy like something right out of a Stephen King novel. The writing is even better here as opposed to the first volume: dialogue's snappier, scenes read less like a novel, flow better, and pack more of a punch. There's also some improvement in the artwork, although it still feels somewhat flawed at times. Overall, I'm really happy with the improvements in this one and the whole ante up for the second arc.

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