All the Rage - F. Paul Wilson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0765357046 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: F. Paul Wilson / 512 pages / Book published 2000-01-01 by Tor Books
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by - written on 27/04/11 (Very useful, 7 readings)
All The Rage is the third book in the Repairman Jack series and a direct sequel to The Tomb which, in itself, was a part of The Adversary Cycle. Some would argue that this is actually the fourth Repairman Jack book because The Tomb was where we were first introduced to Jack but in fact The Adversary Cycle is akin to Stephen King's Dark Tower series in that much of F.Paul Wilson's work culminates in its final chapter, Nightworld, and many of the characters that play a part in that final novel either pop up here in the Repairman books or other stories he has written. Phew...that got a bit complicated! All The Rage sees Jack, a Repairman who ... Read the complete review
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