Harbingers (Repairman Jack Series #10)

Harbingers (Repairman Jack Series #10)

by F. Paul Wilson
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Harbingers (Repairman Jack Series #10) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In the 9th Repairman Jack novel, INFERNAL, which preceded HARBINGERS, Jack (a self-employed 'fix-it' expert who aids those in need who have run out of legal solutions) was left raw and vulnerable after great personal losses that occurred after the discovery of a strange device that should never have been unearthed. Still reeling from said losses, Jack is trying to get his head together at his regular hangout, Julio's, when one of the other regulars named Timmy tells Jack that his teenaged niece is missing. The police aren't helping, and Timmy knows something has happened to the girl. When Jack begins his inquiries, he is plunged into a horrific netherworld in which it is beginning to become clear that Jack is part of much larger and more desperate battle than he has heretofore envisioned. And when his family is attacked and injured, Jack gets very angry. And when Jack gets very angry, people begin to die. Strap yourself in for a very dark ride with my favorite serial character, Repairman Jack. If you're new to the series, you can catch up by heading over to Repairman Jack's website, where you'll find information about the characters and plots that encompass this stunning series. I can't say it enough: Repairman Jack rocks! Click on the cover and jack into the coolest horror/suspense series ever!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read and enjoyed all of his books up to this one, and i love them. I am only 13, but can only read adult books now.
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Bastett More than 1 year ago
I read this book out of order. I read this after Legacies. Yeah, I know. I did myself a disservice. This one is best to read after Infernal. This is the 10th book in the series and honestly DO NOT READ THIS UNTIL YOU'VE READ INFERNAL! Don't be like me. I bawled after reading this book. Wow! This was an amazing book but I just wished I would have stopped myself. I got the wrong listing and it nearly killed me. But still, this book answers a lot of questions and raises some new ones. Great read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This one was excellent. Tied a lot of threads together and raised the intensity level quite a bit. Thoroughly enjoyed this one.
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Fast read, good action. Read it all in a day, could not put it down.
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Anya_and_Oyv More than 1 year ago
Repairman Jack is back and still coming up with his unique brand of fix-its. This book brings Jack to a new point in his life and leads him to make decisions that will effect the rest of his life. Readers and Jack both know the words spoken to him long ago, "there will be no more coincedences" and this book seems to show Jack exactly what that means. Complete with all the usual characters, Abe, Gia, Vicky, Julio, Jack's Glock and others, and a fast pace, this RJ book is a Do Not Miss for fans. New readers may have some trouble with this book, as it is the 10th in an ongoing series that builds upon itself. Start off with The Tomb (Rakoshi as it is also titled) and read up to this book. Trust me, you will fly through the previous 9 and enjoy this book on a higher level. Some may question the ending. One reviewer before me quiestioned it so much he spoiled it (please don't read the 2 reviews by dalnewt if you want to enjoy this book competely). For me it made perfect sense, and while its hard to be vauge, my answer is that there is more than meets the eye to Jack, something that I think makes him truely special. F Paul Wilson reminds us all that Jack knows what he is doing, and gets the job done. A True Repairman!
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BigJackDJ More than 1 year ago
Just fell in love with the series. Easy & Fun reading for guy's
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Guest More than 1 year ago
very good book love repairman Jack stories this book clears up a lot of questions & makes u cry & makes u happy
harstan More than 1 year ago
Still not quite himself after the recent events with his brother the judge (see INFERNAL) Repairman Jack relaxes in Julio's Bar in Manhattan. Fellow regular Timothy asks Repairman Jack for a favor of finding his missing teenage niece Caitlin, a case that the police say is too early for their involvement. Jack agrees to check around as he knows law enforcement will not get involved until it is too late. Jack easily locates Caitlin, but this is not a case closed happy ending. Other people come to her rescue and meet Jack. They believe he is their otherworldly champion sent to defeat the supernatural fiend the Adversary Jack knows first hand from his own history what the Adversary is. His enemy recognizes Jack too, but as a threat. This paranormal entity begins killing anyone associated with Jack to get at him the threat includes Jack's pregnant girlfriend. --- Jack is at his supernatural best in this terrific allegorical thriller in which ¿allies¿ are not friends even if they make strange partners and betrayal is the norm. Fans of this top rate series will enjoy Repairman Jack telling his new pals (and us) about some of his personal history. The opponent is the right kind of Adversary for the enigmatic hero who turns to his mantra of trust no one with your life especially those who insist they have your back (with what). --- Harriet Klausner
Guest More than 1 year ago
'Harbingers' is the 10th novel in F. Paul Wilson's acclaimed Repairman Jack series. And, being the 10th novel, this is NOT a good place to start. 'Harbingers' answers too many questions from previous novels and not knowing those questions will lessen the impact. If you're a new reader you'd be advised to pick up 'The Tomb', 'Legacies' or 'Conspiracies' first. For the RJ fans who were disappointed with 'Infernal', Wilson's previous Jack book, 'Harbingers' is a novel that lays it all out. The last several RJ books have all been leading up to this much like the entire RJ series is leading up to 'Nightworld', but more on this in a moment. The only people who may not be surprised by some of the events in 'Harbingers' are the people who have read Wilson's other series, The Adversary Cycle. As those people know the RJ series has been incorporated into the Adversary Cycle as sort of an offshoot, both of which come crashing together in the finale, 'Nightworld'. The people who have read 'Nightworld' know the final events of both series so this is where I mean 'Harbingers' won't necessarily be as surprising. But don't take this to mean 'Harbingers' is disappointing or bad. Far from it. 'Harbingers' delivers on every level imaginable. (One sidenote: Wilson is tweaking 'Nightworld' for release later this year to bring it more in tune with the RJ series so what we think we know about 'Nightworld' may end up not being the case.) 'Harbingers' is an extremely dark and gritty novel that is sure to please the most critical reader.