• The Last Christmas: A Repairman Jack Novel

  • Repairman Jack Series, Book 16
  • By: F. Paul Wilson
  • Narrated by: Jeffrey Kafer
  • Length: 8 hrs and 48 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (143 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Jack is back.

Wilson never said he was through with Repairman Jack. He said he was through turning in a new novel every year. He also said when a story came along that was right for Jack, he’d write it.

The Last Christmas is that story.

It’s late December between Ground Zero and Fatal Error, a winter of discontent for Jack who’s perhaps spending too much time hanging at Julio’s. An old contact, Edward Burkes, convinces him to take on a missing-person fix. As usual, nothing is as it seems, and the missing person isn’t exactly a person. In fact, it’s like nothing anyone has ever seen.

And in the middle of all this, the mysterious Madame de Medici hires him to safeguard a valuable object. Simple, right?

Not even close.

Yep, Jack is back and, as usual, weird trouble is on his heels.

©2019 F. Paul Wilson (P)2019 David N. Wilson

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great story but...

the narrator is nowhere as good as any of the past ones. pronouncing many of the common vocabulary for Jacks books incorrectly. sigh i have to say i do love the story..

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An unexpected meeting with old friends

This "lost" chapter of the Repairman Jack series was a pleasure to listen to. It felt like a side story, but also one that held great importance. An importance that we have not yet heard the last of.

It was very satisfying to revisit old friends and I can only hope that we will meet again soon.

The story is probably 75% self contained and 25% dependant on the rest of the Repairman Jack saga.

Highly enjoyable. Recommended.

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A fair continuation.

Though this book was a little disappointing, I had been hoping to have something that picked up post-Nightworld, the story was definitely a fun ride. I image Wilson will likely do additional stories focusing on all the Infernals in the future.

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Jack's Back!

What a great Christmas present from F. Paul Wilson. I have been a huge fan of Wilson's Adversary Cycle and Repairman Jack novels for decades now. After reading the superbly done revised version of Nightworld several years ago I was resigned to the story arc being complete. I never thought about the possibility of Wilson writing stand alone Repairman Jack books set within the time frame of previous books. Being reunited with Jack, Gia, Julio, Abe and Glaeken was like old home week. This book did not skip a beat and has me hopeful that Wilson will continue write more stories with Jack and these characters. Thank you F. Paul Wilson!

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  • JM
  • 04-11-22

Another Good One By F. Paul

The books in this series are always barn burner page turners! They draw the reader in instantly and keeps them intrigued throughout the entire book! This is no exception and is very well written with great characters that are well introduced and developed throughout the story! You will have trouble putting this story down until you have finished it! Start reading with the confidence that you are in for a fantastic story!!! The narrating by Jeffrey is spot on.

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Repairman Jack is back!

What a treat it has been getting reacquainted with a plethora of old friends! I’m happy to say that this new story lived up to everything I expected from Mr. F Paul Wilson. And everything I’ve come to expect from Jack too. Honestly, I can’t wait for the next book! Thanks again.

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It's Repairman Jack.

A solid entry in the series. Repairman Jack never fails to deliver. Seems like it could be an attempt at an additional spinoff. Pleasantly surprised that it connected to the ICE trilogy.

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JACK STILL THE SAME

THE LAST CHRISTMAS BY F.PAUL WILSON and narration by JEFFREY JAFER is the 16 thursday in the Repairman Jack series.

It’s been a while since I have read the series but like a fine wine it gets better and better with age. Mr Kaver does a great job with narration.


Jack, hanging out at Julios is talked into finding a missing person and ,of course things don’t turn out like they are supposed to turn out.

I received this audio book free in exchange for an honest review

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Jack Is back

I really like this story. I was a little put off by it taking place before "Night World" but since it was a self contained story and not part of the world shattering events, it turned out much better than I figured it would. The Jack books seem better to me than the Adversary cycle. It's really hard to keep up when its a "after the fact" story because these new characters are introduced and could have / should have played a roll in the over all Jack arc with "The Other". I liked the performance with the exception of the reader mispronouncing Glaeken as Gleeken. This was a different performer from the rest of the series.

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Can’t wait for another Repairman Jack

At first disappointed that wasn’t where the last book ended. Instead a new story, was excellent!

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  • Ian Nicholson
  • 09-20-20

Jack rides again

Jeffrey Kafer is my favourite new narrator and I've always been a huge fan of Repairman Jack. This is a very welcome return and I'm looking forward to many more.

New, but you can tell its from the same mould. Great story. Fantastic narration.