#9 in the Repairman Jack series. This time Jack is involved with his brother. Jack faces certain death!!
Another Repairman Jack to the rescue!! But, can he rescue HIMSELF in this fast-paced race to avoid oblivion.
A note: this book contains racial remarks concerning Muslims, if you are easily offended, you may prefer to read another of his books..
I enjoyed the book but it was not Jack's best. The subplot, which is the less "supernatural" plot, was marginally addressed in the very beginning and at the very end. And Jack just didn't seem as smart as he normally does. I was doing a lot of eye-rolling thinking, DUHHHHH. And Jack's brother, Tom, was just 100% annoying on all counts. I can't really imagine a BAD Repairman Jack novel, and the book prior to this one was my very favorite, but Infernal rates merely a "meh!"
As always Jack grabs your attention and takes you along for a thrilling ride in his world. A must read !