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Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: F. Paul Wilson / Paperback / Publication Date: 2010 / Publisher: Tor Books
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F. Paul Wilson Ground Zero (Repairman Jack Novels)
Pages: 368, Edition: 1, Hardcover, Tor Books
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Pages: 449, Edition: Reprint, Mass Market Paperback, Tor Books
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by - written on 25/06/12 (Very useful, 20 readings)
Ground Zero is the pen-penultimate Repairman Jack novel that slowly starts drawing the series into a gradual overlap with F.Paul Wilson's Adversary Cycle that helps make up part of his Secret History Of The World; a phrase that gets plenty of page-time in this latest adventure! It begins on September 11th with the Twin Tower attacks and slowly reveals, through the course of the plot, that this attack may well have been tied into The Adversary's plans to dominate the Earth. In fact many of the questions involving the whole Adversary Cycle, The Secret History and how both these aspects tie into The Repairman Jack books are finally answered as Jack meets up with ... Read the complete review
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