F. Paul Wilson is a master story teller, and no less evident here in "All The Rage". Jack, mysterious fix-it repairman, once again battles a mysterious, yet familiar foe in a twisted tale of the supernatural and vengeance. Great tale!
Jen147 reviewed All The Rage (Repairman Jack, Bk 4) on
Repairman Jack has become a well-known beloved protagonist, always saving the day, not quite a super hero but just an average guy with better than average ways of getting the job done, and what ever job you need done/fixed, he can do it. Stephen King is the Repairman Jack fan club President.
"Repairman Jack is one of the most original and intriguing characters to arise out of contemporary fiction in ages. His adventures are hugely entertaining." --Dean Koontz
How can a new designer street drug be tied to the Rakoshi? Surely scar-lip had dids with his siblings and thier creator? Another excellent F. Paul Wilson novel.If you are into Repairman Jack ( and who isn't?) this is a must -read.
I was honestly disappointed. I've read several of these Jack books out of sequence, so I decided to try and start working my way through them in order. I'm going to keep going, but this one wouldn't end... it kept going and going and going. He could have wrapped it up 3/4 of the way through the book and kept his reader interested.