Repairman Jack has been tearing up the urban adventure scene ever since he was introduced in the New York Times best seller, The Tomb. Jack has no last name, no social security number, and no qualms when it comes to getting the job done - even if it means putting himself in serious danger.
Hosts starts with a bang when Jack has to stop a psychotic's shooting rampage on a subway car - but there are witnesses, and Jack’s essential anonymity is threatened.
A good deal more is threatened when the lover of Jack’s sister Kate survives a brain tumor, thanks to an experimental treatment, only to join a strange cult called “the Unity”. Now Jack must face a new kind of enemy, a virally-based group mind that wants to take over him, and the world.
©2013 F. Paul Wilson (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
“Jack is righteous!” (Andrew Vachss)
“The Tomb is one of the best all-out adventure stories I’ve read in years.” (Stephen King, President of the Repairman Jack fan club)
SuperDuperNatural must read
Yes, It was one of the better books. Not that the series is not all great, it is, but every now and then there is a must read and thsi is one of them
Jack and Gia. Mr Price has a true talent of using his voice to capture the charactors personality in full
Yes, they all do
Start with the quick read...The Last Rakosh. Even though it is short and sweet, it makes beginning the series that much better
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