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Genre: Pitch Black Welcome (interjection) : 1. A word of greeting, as to ones’ arrival at a destination. Whitlock ((noun) : 1. A subterranean fortress within the base of a mountain, housing slaves for the cruel use of Masters who have purchased them through an auction. For reference, see to the 24690 series as you will get to experience the world first-hand. Warning: THISGenre: Pitch Black Welcome (interjection) : 1. A word of greeting, as to ones’ arrival at a destination. Whitlock ((noun) : 1. A subterranean fortress within the base of a mountain, housing slaves for the cruel use of Masters who have purchased them through an auction. For reference, see to the 24690 series as you will get to experience the world first-hand. Warning: THIS IS NOT ROMANCE . If you’re not sure what Pitch Black means, proceed with caution. The depth of darkness will vary throughout the series, but rest assure these are not your typical abduction stories. The content will go BEYOND the norm. Expect the worst of ALL situations. You’ve been warned. –A. A. On another note, each Welcome to Whitlock will be a standalone. UNLESS, you’re keeping tabs on Bram and Everleigh from 24690 and wish to follow their continuing story within these novellas. Happy reading. Scout 14 notes : Location: New York City Chosen: Charlee Renee Hillis Stats: 21, 5’10“, blonde hair and blue eyes. Former model, alcoholic, occasional drug user. Occupation: Waitress at the Dizzy Dagger Objective: Slave for Whitlock … but first … let the games begin....

Title : 27001
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ISBN : 34851461
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 96 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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27001 Reviews

  • Astha
    2019-03-20 17:52

    TOTALLY DARK It is thriller, horror and is not for weak hearts.THIS IS FULL OF MIND FUCKING ,PITCH DARK AND THE BOOK WHICH MAKES U SAY BRING IT ON......................

  • A.A. Dark
    2019-03-20 19:05

  • Regan
    2019-03-30 20:01

    Forks. I always took the wrong path. And by the pull I felt to this stranger, I knew this time wasn’t any different. ~CharleeWashed up. Druggie. Alcoholic. Beauty.All words to sum up ex-model Charlee. Charlee is the literal definition of a walking disaster- of how even the beautiful can have such a hard existence they can never escape their own destruction. Vulnerable. Malleable.Charlee has no idea she is within the web of a narcissistic brutal man- Scout 14. Scout 14 has been tasked with acquiring new women to bring to Whitlock and Charlee is one of his best finds yet. But like a cat playing with a mouse- Scout 14 can’t stop himself from playing with his dinner. Although this takes place in Whitlock’s world I found the tone and edge of the story 100% different than the first two books. This one was a different kind of dark to me—atmospheric and haunting. About 100 pages of this book has left me super unsettled.You know when you read a book about a serial killer and you find yourself looking at traits for Anti-Social Personality Disorder? I found myself looking at Scout 14 and analyzing traits of Narcissistic Personality Disorder. He was a different character than I’ve read before and being in his head almost has “marked” me with some gloom & doom. There was just something DIFFERENT about him compared to other men in dark books. *shudder* Get outta muh head!Was there anything more powerful than words—than the way each story, confession, testimonial...each puzzle of perfectly fit sentences weaved a seamless picture of perception?Words had the ability to warp a person’s mind. With added pressure to their thoughts, you could completely change their perspective. ~Scout 14I wanted to learn what broke Charlee in the first place. I wanted to know what happened to Scout 14 at the end. I wanted to know more… but in reflection, the story shines greater not knowing. It’s just the dark games and the almost paranoia inflicted from the author about some aspects of the book being ambiguous. Overall 5 stars & now I need a beer. xx***My personal theme song for the book --> Attrition ~ Two GodsI'm naked and I'm hungry in my roomI'm tearing arms from deities for funThis hell is like a holiday, with guns... Two GodsBet on two GodsI'll bring a little magic to your roomAnd pass to the assassin who has noneHe's taking out the tyrant, for his son

  • Liza Mora
    2019-03-24 15:13

    WAY MORE THAN FIVE STARS!!!! A.A. Dark has an amazing mind and she is absolutely brilliant when it comes to writing in the very dark genre. I love it when an author has the writing capability to completely submerge me into their dark world and have me screaming at the end of the book, "NO, IT COULDN'T HAVE ENDED. I WANT AND NEED MORE!!!" Well that's exactly what happened with 27001( Welcome To Whitlock).Scout 14 aka John/James is a scout for Whitlock, meaning he brings back sex slaves to be auctioned off and Charlee is his latest target. Charlee is an ex model, who now is an alcoholic and occasional drug user, who falls right into the web of lies of Scout 14. He doesn't automatically abduct her, oh no, he meticulously creates a somewhat relationship with her and then the exhilarating mind games begin.As a result, not only is Charlee in turmoil but so is Scout 14, who starts having feelings for her. Does he keep her or turn her over into sex slavery?Okay, so no more info about the book. In the end who will prevail? Will it be Charlee or Scout 14? The answer is simple, just one click it and you'll find out. Alright readers, WELCOME TO WHITLOCK!!!!

  • nd ♥Master's kitten♥
    2019-04-14 17:49

    Review pending!What a ride to Whitlock it was!! WOW!

  • E.M. Summers
    2019-03-23 18:55

    Title: 27001Author: A.A. DarkSeries: Welcome to Whitlock #1 (spin-off of 24690)Genre: erotic suspense, horrorThemes: addiction, stalkerHeat: 4/5Rating: 4/5Although this is a spin-off novella from the book-hangover inducing 24690, 27001 can be read as a standalone - however, you will get more enjoyment and understanding if you've read the main duet first (which I'd absolutely recommend anyway).Now we have that out of the way, let me get straight in: this is A.A. Dark's best work yet. The writing itself comes across as significantly more mature than her previous novels, lacking their clumsiness and rushed nature. This seems so much more planned, and is extraordinarily executed. Despite it being a novella, it really takes its time, exploring the psyches of the two lead characters. It deals with things of a very dark nature, and still retains its dark eroticism. This is a wonderful opportunity to explore more of the workings of Whitlock, in one of my favourite fictional universes - and, frankly, the idea of this series of spin-off novellas is something that made my heart rush with excitement. And if the rest are anything like this, they will be, without a doubt, some of the highlights of 2017.This novella explores mindfuckery, addiction and a blossoming co-dependency, with complex characterisation and a slowly unfolding plot which results in the sort of spectacularly impactful endings one expects from an A.A. Dark work. If you haven't yet been welcomed to Whitlock, you don't know what you're missing.

  • Sarah
    2019-03-27 21:12

    This was good but not as good as the others in this series

  • Carlabulian
    2019-04-19 19:56

    4,5. Loucura total! Tema pesado e descrito de forma crua!!!!! Uau!

  • Dani
    2019-03-19 15:06

    Oh wow...I want more now. Take the warnings at heart. This book is not for the faint of heart. If you have triggers then don't read. However if you like really really dark reads then this book is great. Little short but oh the anticipation of what will happen is amazing. Scout 14 draws you in with his games he plays. I loved Charlee and her fight. Felt bad for her throughout the book. Can't wait to see what happens next. And of course we got to see more of Bram and he is still looking for Everleigh.

  • Wendy Rinebold
    2019-04-11 19:52

    A.A. Dark owns pitch black! 27001 by A. A. Dark is part of the Whitlock series however I think it can be read as a standalone. It is thriller, horror and is not for the faint of heart. It has numerous triggers and should not be read by anyone looking for a romantic thriller. There is no romance here. This is an extremely dark novel for 18+ readers. Charlee’s life is a complete mess. She is an alcoholic, a drug addict and spends her nights with men she doesn’t know. She can’t face what her life, at only 21, has become. She blew her shot at becoming a model, and as a high school dropout, she has very few options. Charlee has no real friends and no longer communicates with her family. Unfortunately, all of these realities make her the perfect target for the man lurking in the shadows. Scout 14 loves his job at Whitlock. He is the best at what he does. He has found the perfect prospect in Charlee. He spends his days and nights watching her and doing his best to insinuate into her life. She doesn’t know that she is his ‘chosen’ and that Whitlock is about to become her home. A.A. Dark, who also writes as Alaska Angelini, is my favorite horror author. I have become entranced by this Whitlock series. Anyone wanting to read this series, should really begin with the book 24690 in order to get the entire story. In 24690, we are introduced to Bram Whitlock, the Main Master of Whitlock and to Everleigh, aka slave 24690. I had the pleasure of revisiting some of their story in this book. Charlee was another wonderful addition to Whitlock and I love the direction this series appears to be heading. A. A. Dark is planning to release another novel about a different slave fairly soon. Slowly, I am getting to know the people that work at Whitlock as well as the slaves living there. This book has caused a wonderful build up for whats to come. I admit it. I am a Whitlock junkie. I am not sure what it says about me, but the darker and more twisted A. A. Dark makes her books, the more I love them. She has coined the phrase ‘pitch black’ to describe her work and it could not be more accurate. I cannot wait for the next in this series as well as everything else she writes. I give this book 5 stars. I would recommend this to anyone liking this genre. I won’t miss a single book she publishes. I am reviewing this book for the North Of Normal Book Reviews blog.

  • Karen - Kazza's Books Blog and Reviews
    2019-03-30 17:11

    "Welcome to Whitlock"This is a spinoff series within a series and it is a brilliant idea. 24690 and White-Out are the start and I really advise you to read them first just so you get the full knowledge of how Bram and Whitlock work.This could be a fantastic prelude for the Whitlock series as a whole. I love the inner thoughts of John/James/Scout 14. The inner turmoil in which he faces within himself is great to read because we get to see snippets into the way he could see his life going but with the reality of it, it is what he seems to crave the most.Charlee is an alcoholic, druggie and down on her luck but after a brief "planned" meeting with James she decides her life is worth turning around.A lot of mind f***kery takes place in this game of cat and mouse and only the smartest will win.For me the only disappointment was that there was not a lot of 'pitch black' forwhich A. A. Dark is so well known for but I guess not every book can be so bloody and brutal. We are given a great insight to the inner workings of finding slaves for Whitlock and A. A. Dark certainly has done a fantastic job in bringing her dark and disturbing words to us. Of course I cannot get enough of Bram and Everleigh's story so I will take whatever snippets are thrown my way.All I can say now is BRING ON THE NEXT SLAVE.........

  • Di Covey
    2019-04-11 19:05

    I was a scout for Whitlock—a killer if I had to be. A deliverer of deranged fantasies and death.Maaaan, Welcome back to Whitlock, boys and girls. I missed the mountain of monsters, I mean masters. Same difference. I know this can be read as a standalone, it's different characters within the depraved Whitlock dynasty. This one will give you a lick of the lollipop... 24690 was my first, it's like diving head first. So, how do I put this? If you want to see if your stomach can handle Whitlock, start with this one. If you love dark reads and can handle all the twisted, depraved, debauchery, I recommend 24690 first. Either way, you'll love the chase. I promise.This ride takes you from Whitlock and into the games and chase of the next slave. I gobbled it up, not really wanting it to end, I hope there's another book to follow the story of Scout 14 and Charlee, not that I expect a HEA or anything. LOL I just want to see what lies ahead for the pair. In true AA fashion, the anti-hero is as demented as the last, yet original in his depraved needs/thoughts. A different poison, if you will. Since I'm already sick in the head, I love the fact that the characters carry their own weight and/or originality. With supporting characters from previous books, I was immersed from start to finish. I can't wait to read the next book! Whitlock is pitch black and stirs all the wrong things in my gut. With that. I highly recommend to twisted readers.

  • Kim BookJunkie
    2019-04-10 19:56

    1st 99% of the book: 5 stars Last 1% of the book: -0000 stars (yes, negative stars)! Another horrible, disgraceful, ridiculous, maddening, homicide-inducing ending! Now let me tell you how I really feel! Literally, I will tell you because the rest of the book was fabulous, but first I need to calm down. Full review to come....

  • doreen
    2019-04-05 15:09

    I have a few complaints. first this is a short book and its $2.99. I belong to Kindle Unlimited so I thought I would read it. The second book in this series is also $2.99 and its not on K.U. and again its a short read. I will NOT being reading the second book because I don't think its worth the money. It was ok but nothing riveting enough to keep me going. For me this was a 2.5-3 star read

  • Janie
    2019-03-29 16:57

    I loved seeing how a Whitlock scout chooses and takes a new slave. James/John was a twisted, evil man and perfect for the job. He plays wicked mind games with Charlee before abducting her. He finds the underage redhead in the bar with her fake ID. Let's just say he knows what he is doing and does it with satisfaction. I can't wait to read the next one!

  • Dawn
    2019-03-27 21:54

    Not a bad read. Very enjoyable, I thought there would be more of Whitlock (more "Pitch Black"). I enjoyed John/James/Scout 14 and the mind games he played with Charlee (twisted - yes, pitch black - not so much). She had no idea what was coming for her. Can't wait until the release of "27009".

  • Shelli
    2019-04-12 19:55

    This was an excellent start to a return to Whitlock series. I absolutely loved 24690 and Whiteout! The only thing I was surprised by, perhaps just a little disappointed, was that so little of the book actually was in Whitlock. But it gave us a great view of how many of the slaves end up there! There was also a good bit of mind f#ckery going on too, just for the fun of it! I read this in one setting, and wished for more! I'm eagerly looking forward to the next one!!

  • Tyneshia
    2019-04-18 23:07

    I loved reading this book, It was dark and twisted and sucked me right back into the world of Whitlock. As well as being a great, mind messing story on its own, if you have read 24690 and White Out already, it gives you futher insight into the workings of Whitlock. I can not wait to see what comes next.

  • Kelly
    2019-04-16 17:56

    Deliciously dark and twistedI don't like shorter books. I like long reads so I can get sucked into different worlds. Somehow, despite being short, this book sucked me right back into the Whitlock world. The writing is just so deliciously dark and good, it's impossible not to lose yourself in this read. This book is not for people who like fairytale endings, but if you're ready to take a headfirst, deep dive into darkness, I highly recommend this book

  • Ashley
    2019-04-12 21:13

    This is book is another great read!! I couldn't put it down. Can't wait for the next book to come out!!

  • Lynne Hughes
    2019-03-29 20:02

    Darker and more gripping than ever! AA Dark never disappointsI already can't wait for a new Whitlock adventure - as long as I never have to visit in person, of course!

  • Jodie Foster
    2019-04-11 16:07

    I thought this would tie more closely to the first two in the series, but this one is from a new perspective, on how they get the slaves they have in Whitlock. It's twisted, it's dark, it's got me screaming for the next installment

  • Stephanie Furlan
    2019-03-20 17:44

    Don't do this to me!!I almost read this before the 24690 books. Luckily I remembered my numbers and grabbed those two first. I am looking forward to more of this series. I liked that this installment was a quick (yet no less intense) read and the focus was on the process of obtaining a new slave. It started right where White Out ended but the focus wasn't on the Everleigh aftermath. I really hope we get more of a story on Charlee because she grew on me. I thought 14 was going to change. Part of me wanted him to figure something else out but that would have made me hate him. I'm seriously going to have a hangover from their story. Whatever is coming next will be awesome.

  • Eva
    2019-04-08 16:54


  • Cherry Pie
    2019-03-30 14:53

    27001 è la storia breve più strana che abbia mai letto. Si tratta di un genere per me nuovo, Pitch Black- nero oscuro. Una sorta di Dark Romance con la parte Romance sostituita quasi del tutto da un Dark simil Horror.Non è una delle mie letture preferite, non ho terminato i libro estasiata, ma è stato talmente strano leggerla che per forza dovevo parlarne. Magari qualcuno di voi così facendo trova il suo genere preferito.Il libro alterna il pov della prescelta, una povera crista che ha una vita di merda e che sopravvive in qualche modo, a quello dello scout, colui che va a caccia di disgraziate a cui fare il lavaggio del cervello e che poi porterà a Whitlock.Charlee, come già troviamo nella trama, è un filo incasinata. Beve e occasionalmente si droga. Questo oblio continuo la salva da una vita della quale non è per niente soddisfatta. Scout 14 la individua e la segue. Dapprima studia la sua vittima e poi colpisce.Scout 14 è uno psicopatico. Il suo compito è quello di fornire future schiave perfette. Lui è specializzato sulle tope atomiche, grandi gnocche tutte in tiro per i padroni che frequentano Whitlock. Da quello che si apprende strada facendo, sembrerebbe che ogni scout abbia il suo settore e credo che questo servirà all’autrice per fornirci racconti sempre diversi.Ovviamente la caccia del gatto col topo non può essere banale. Scout 14 ne ha di inventiva eh? Sfruttando i vizietti di Charlee la tratterrà incollata alla sua tela, spaventandola e salvandola allo stesso tempo. Giocherà con le sue percezioni, si travestirà da àncora per la sua vittima e al tempo stesso la farà affondare. Perché questo è il destino che lui le ha riservato. E Charlee, nonostante alla fine scema non si riveli, non farà in tempo a scappare.Perché qui non si tratta affatto di Dark Romance. Qui il dark che ci servono è solo l’antipasto.“I was a master of manipulation. A wizard for rerouting emotions. The messiah of Charlee’s fate. She was eating out of the palm of my hand from the lies I fed her, and I was sick enough to thrive in that. Life was perfect, and the direction was completely up to me.”Alaska Angelini.. you’re EVIL.Cherry.

  • Amanda Rogers
    2019-03-25 21:48

    As I always do with my reviews I would like to give warning first, 18+ extreme adult content and of the pitch black genera. If you are easily triggered by sexual situations, domination, abuse, etc please note that it is likely you will be triggered before you get to the last page. Read with caution. If you are new to the "pitch black" genera it's not of your average and soon you will find out, this genera of reading is not for everyone. Read if you dare.NOTE: I would recommend reading the duo of books that proceed this title, "24690" and "White Out 24690". I would consider it a must although some reviews consider it a stand alone. I highly disagree, before one can be "Welcome to Whitlock" you must know what Whitlock is. It will over power you with wondering thoughts if you jump in blind.Outstanding!! Five stars is an understatement for "27001", a book I was fully engrossed with from start to finish. I crave more! A.A Dark is one of my favorite author of the "pitch black" genera, Whitlock provided me with my first introduction. This title captivates the attention of the reader, this author ensures that. Wow, just wow. The duo I suggest reading prior to "27001" are way more action packed, this one is completely lacking such action we're accustomed to when it comes to this hidden fortress where people go to die.. (despite this the book is extremely awesome). Little Charlee needs a change, she knows she needs to change her ways, in some ways she thinks she is going psychotic. She's in for quite the treat as she meets an actual friend in NYC, a male that cares for her and unlike norm cares without the need of sex. She comes to know James but does she? This book, it engrossed me, it sucked me in, it over powered my attention, it riled up my need for more. The set of J's present themselves well. More please!

  • Circa
    2019-03-27 21:13

    Can you say you enjoy a story that is vacant of hope, happiness, grace, growth, or redemption for its main characters? A.A. Dark's Whitlock series has left more questions than answers but her bold refusal to offer cheap happy endings or glamourize very threatening forces and/or people is admirable and unique. However, The cynical direction and callous twists of her storytelling makes me wonder what exactly inspired her vision of Whitlock and its characters. For all the world building she does, she doesn't seem to hold a lot of admiration or love for even remotely noble or likeable leading characters and puts them through absolute hell. The villains and the cruel rein supreme in this fictional world. Also, with the consideration that this underworld largely deals with women being treated like objectified cattle, its really surprising that the author is a young woman. There would be such a shit storm if that wasn't the case and it makes me wonder if this is just a simple horror story or is she pushing an underlying allegory for how women are being psychologically and sometimes physically manipulated by rich and powerful men? Either way, I rate her work highly because it dares to be different and defy genre conventions, while being crisp and suspenseful. She is one of the few writers I can say surprises me with her narrative choices every time.

  • WendyW ~ Girls Just Wanna Have Books
    2019-03-23 22:54

    I love A.A. Dark’s 24690 and Whiteout that brought us to Whitlock, and I was delirious at the prospect of a spinoff series. 27001 is the first installment in the Welcome to Whitlock procession and true to it’s predecessors, it too has delivered a pitch black erotic read.27001 is a view of Whitlock’s workings on the outside of the subterranean fortress. Corruption and immorality extend beyond the gates of Whitlock. As we follow Scout 14 in his quest for slave recruitments we are subjected to his depraved games and sick sense of rationality. As he manipulates a disadvantaged young girl named Charlee, he amuses himself with a cat and mouse game all before finally luring her to her inevitable final destiny.Won’t you enter Whitlock and join us in the perverse and nefarious fun and games?4.5* Diabolical Stars

  • Rachel
    2019-03-25 16:09

    Although short, this book instantly sucked me in. Enough information to intrigue, but not enough to give everything away. I like a book that keeps me thinking and wanting more, and this one definitely did it. Charlee is a broken spirited, self deprecating woman who constantly hits walls and makes the wrong decisions. She let the downfall of her modeling career mold her into someone she ultimately doesn't like. She's well aware she makes the wrong choices and continues to do so, unable to get off of her pity train.Scout 14 aka John/James is something of a twisted character dream for me. His sides are dark, twisted and intriguing. I'm looking forward to the next installment of this series, I want to see more of his fucked up mind.

  • Linda
    2019-04-02 17:58

    Sometimes I find myself wondering why I love reading dark stories... Is it because I'm a little deprived myself? No I don't think so. I think it's because the dark stories are something beyond my imagination, something I never would had thought.. A. A. Dark can take me down a dark path, in a world so dark that I find myself holding my breath but can't stop reading each and every insane word.. And I love it. Call me crazy or whatever but the darker the better. Being back in Whitlock.. where evil dwells, where horrific things happen, I am there witness to all.