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    F. Paul Wilson(Author)

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Can you imagine a new chemical compound, a non-addictive designer drug that heightens your assertiveness, opens the door to your primal self, giving you an edge wherever you compete? Whether on the street or the football field, in a classroom or a boardroom. Wouldn't you be tempted to try it . . . just once? What happens if it releases uncontrollable rage and makes you a killer?

" Wilson skillfully juggles subplots whose unpredictable collisions and complications further accelerate the relentless momentum of Jack's labors . . . . A satisfying open-ended climax sets the stage for yet another chapter in Jack's compelling saga." -- "Publishers Weekly" (starred review) " Like the best of Dean Koontz's work, Wilson's work combines an action/adventure yarn with a touch of the fantastic . . . . If you haven't read any of the Repairman Jack novels before, now is a good time to start. They're smart, exciting, and most of all, fun." -- "The Denver Post"“Wilson skillfully juggles subplots whose unpredictable collisions and complications further accelerate the relentless momentum of Jack’s labors . . . . A satisfying open-ended climax sets the stage for yet another chapter in Jack’s compelling saga.”—"Publishers Weekly" (starred review) “Like the best of Dean Koontz’s work, Wilson’s work combines an action/adventure yarn with a touch of the fantastic . . . . If you haven’t read any of the Repairman Jack novels before, now is a good time to start. They’re smart, exciting, and most of all, fun.”—"The Denver Post""Wilson skillfully juggles subplots whose unpredictable collisions and complications further accelerate the relentless momentum of Jack's labors . . . . A satisfying open-ended climax sets the stage for yet another chapter in Jack's compelling saga."--"Publishers Weekly" (starred review)"Like the best of Dean Koontz's work, Wilson's work combines an action/adventure yarn with a touch of the fantastic . . . . If you haven't read any of the Repairman Jack novels before, now is a good time to start. They're smart, exciting, and most of all, fun."--"The Denver Post"

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  • F. Paul Wilson(Author)
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  • Science Fiction & Fantasy

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  • By slick cyberman on 16 April 2013

    Another good one from Repairman Jack, will look for more in this enjoyable series... Bleedin' 6 more words required again...

  • By neil@ntipping.demon.co.uk on 11 December 2000

    OK! - I enjoyed the book and it satisfied the usual test of being difficult to put down (washing wasn't done, meals weren't eaten and personal hygiene suffered) but I can't get over the feeling that this one had been a bit rushed. There were the usual elements of originality here which are a hallmark of Mr Wilson's writing and,as usual, it was tautly written with a fast pace... BUT.. I reread the Tomb and the Keep recently and I saw substantial depth in the characterisations and story which just weren't present here. However, I love the way he blames pretty much all of lifes little ills and mysteries on Rasalom (aka Sal Roma in this one). Sorry, I can't give maximum points on this one but I can still recommend it to one and all.

  • By Heide Goody on 24 October 2000

    If you haven't read the other Repairman Jack books don't worry - you'll want to catch up when you've finished this! All the Rage has it all. It's a fast-paced thriller, there's humour, a touch of the supernatural and GREAT characters.

  • By Guest on 5 January 2013

    I came upon Repairman Jack when I read The Barrens and Others, which was recommended by Charles De Lint in the Nov edition of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Digest that I subscribe to on the kindle. I'm now on about book 10/11 of this series and can definitely say they worth buying - and the price is reasonable to.In this book there's a new drug on the street and Jack finds it's source (not natural of course).

  • By Knifemaster on 27 March 2013

    If you've not read repairman Jack novels before then your in for a treat. I've got every single one and they are all consistently good. Don't expect high literature, these are easy reading, but do expect to be educated, amused, excited and intrigued. You'll be drawn into Jacks unusual and often frighteningly strange world, and if you're like me you may leave somewhat inspired and addicted.

  • By whalley1972 on 18 March 2013

    I am only reading these books to get to the rewritten Nightworld to see what the author has done to ruin a very good conclusion to the original series. I can't wait to get them all finished with really.

  • By paul_wilson@mail.com on 23 October 2000

    This is an absolute cracker of a book. I found it almost impossible to stop turning the pages.There's a new designer drug in town that's got everyone more than a little wired. Jack is asked to look after the head of a chemical research company who appears to be getting grief from the local gangland boss.The story develops at a nice pace and the plot twists are excellent.Overall its a great read and I'd recommend it to anyone.Here's to my namesake!!! :)


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