Yes. I love sensible Jack having to go undercover as an alien abduction "experiencer" to solve his case. The truth is so much stranger than anyone realizes.
When the Christian woman makes him hold a cross in his hand to prove that he is not in league with the Devil and it takes every ounce of self-control that Jack has to not roll around on the floor and pretend to be in extreme pain. I love his boyish sense of humor.
When the narrator does good, I get so caught up in the story that I don't even think about their performance.
Great series. Start with "The Tomb" and keep going. Thank you Audible for bringing all the Repairman Jack series to us loyal members.
I would recommend this book and series to anyone who loves a strong leading character who doesn't follow anyone's rules but his own.
When Jack tells the hunters that they might not be at the top of the food chain anymore in the "Pines".
I love Abe as the stereotypical Jewish shopkeeper.
Drugs made from a demon. Not in Jack's town.
All of Jack's fixes are rather brutal and not very clever in this book.
It had been 10 years since I last read this book. Even though I knew how it all turned out, it still was disturbing. It is one of those books where the credits roll (We hope that you have enjoyed this presentation from Audible) and and I am still sitting there trying to sort out the thoughts and feeling I am experiencing from the conclusion.
When the ships take their positions over the major cities. This is the original. I always think of the movie "Independence Day". This is where it started. Actually, it first came out in Clark's short story "Guardian Angels" a few years earlier.
When we can hear Karellan's thoughts as his ship leaves the solar system and he watches the sun getting smaller and smaller.
Absolutely, but I showed restraint and knocked it out in two days.
On some print versions there is a qoute by C.S. Lewis that say, “There has been nothing like it for years; partly for the actual invention, but partly because here we meet a modern author who understands that there may be things that have a higher claim on humanity than its own survival.”
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