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22gigantes.com - Although a sequel to THE TOMB, the second Repairman Jack novel, stands on its own. If you've never met Repairman Jack, LEGACIES provides an excellent introduction to the character. Its "Santa Jack" fix remains a fan favorite. After nearly a decade and a half of refusing to bring back Repairman Jack, F. Paul Wilson finally caved in and wrote LEGACIES. Dr. Alicia Clayton has inherited the family home, a place that holds such dark memories for her than she wants it razed. But someone will go to any lengths - even murder - to prevent that. Why? What secret does the house hold that makes it worth killing for? She hasn't enough to go to the police, so she turns to an urban mercenary known as Repairman Jack. Who do the world’s most exciting authors turn to when they need a shot of adrenaline? F. Paul Wilson’s Repairman Jack "One of the all-time great characters in one of the all-time great series." —Lee Child “Repairman Jack is one of my favorite characters—I’m full of happy anticipation every time I hold a new RJ novel in my hands.” —Charlaine Harris, creator of True Blood “The Tomb is one of the best all-out adventure stories I’ve read in years.” —Stephen King Repairman Jack is one of the most original and intriguing to arise out of contemporary fiction in ages. His adventures are hugely entertaining. —Dean Koontz F. Paul Wilson is a hot writer, and his hottest and my favorite creation is Repairman Jack. —Joe R. Lansdale “F. Paul Wilson’s Repairman Jack is a cultural icon. If you haven’t crossed paths with him you’re out of the loop. Get with the program.” —David Morrell, creator of Rambo. Repairman Jack is one of the greatest fictional characters created by any thriller writer in the past half century. If you haven't discovered him and his world yet, what a fabulous, extraordinary, and electric reading experience awaits you. —Douglas Preston, co-creator of the Pendergast novels "I'm a Repairman Jack addict. Be warned: Read one book and you'll become one, too. If you've got an impossible problem to solve, he's the one guy you want in your corner: flawed, conflicted, and oh-so-wonderfully brutal. Each book is a sweet hit of pure adrenaline. Pick up a copy and get hooked today." —James Rollins, New York Times bestseller of The Doomsday Key Jack is righteous!” —Andrew Vachss
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Most helpful customer reviews 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful. Jack's back! By Robert Beveridge F. Paul Wilson, Legacies (Tor, 1998)Wilson brings back one of his hardcore fans' favorite characters, Repairman Jack, and weaves three of Jack's jobs into a tightly-wound tale of family manipulation and, as always, saving the world one step at a time.This time, Jack is employed by longtime on-again-off-again girlfriend Gia to recover a roomful of toys stolen from a children's AIDS crisis center, which leads him into the employ of the head of the center. She just inherited a house, and she wants Jack to burn it down. Jack's curiosity gets the best of him, and he starts wondering why. There the fun begins.If you're familiar with Wilson's work, you're getting what you've come to expect. Easy reading, a pace that wouldn't be out of place in a formula 1 racecar, likable characters (even the bad guys), and a dose of the supernatural, albeit a smaller one than in most of Wilson's work. If you haven't discovered the joys of F. Paul yet, start back at the beginning of our first encounter with Jack, the Nightworld books (The Keep, The Tomb, The Touch, Reborn, Reprisal, and Nightworld) to get up to speed. He's not as well known as some of the authors working in the supernatural-thriller field, but he's just as good. *** 1/2 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful. Jack is Righteous! By Brian D. Rubendall The second novel in F. Paul Wilson's Repairman Jack series has a complex and occasionally violent storyline worthy as a sequel to the great 1984 novel "The Tomb." Unlike the former novel, however, this one does not take a supernatural turn. Instead it unfolds like a highly unconventional private detective tale, with plenty of twists and turns along the way. As a tarnished white knight operating on the wrong side of the law, Jack is similar to Andrew Vachss's classic character Burke. My only quibble with the novel is that the characters of Gia and Vicky, the mother and daughter Jack saved in "The Tomb" are held over here but add little if anything to the story. With all that he's been through, Jack ought to be far too emotionally shattered to ever form a stable relationship. This aspect of the novel goes nowhere, other than to provide Jack with some highly unlikely domestric tranquility.Nevertheless, fans of "The Tomb" will find plenty to like, especially in the unique ways that Jack finds to defeat his adversaries. As such, it is another winner for Wilson. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful. Good Thriller By EdHopper I saw this book and saw it was a sequel so decided to buy The Tomb to start the series out from the beginning (which you don't need to do).I was disappointed that the supernatural element wasn't in this book -- I think when you start the series off with a supernature theme to it, the expectation is that it might remain there. However, this book stands on it's own even still.I was also disappointed that the relationship between Jack and Gia wasn't explored as in the first book -- Jack is more of the "fix it" man in this book against nasty characters of the Arab world.The book is good -- not just as good as the first one. I think the author spent too much time away from the characters and this book didn't come off as intimate with the characters as the first.I plan to read the reveiws of the 3rd and see if it's more like the first and if so, will continue on in the series. See all 107 customer reviews...
From Publishers Weekly Urban mercenary Repairman Jack is back after a long hiatus, but Wilson's work-for-hire outlaw has clearly lost his edge since his last novel-length adventure, The Tomb (1984). Although still a lean and mean equalizer who makes his living "fixing" personal injustices, he has developed a soft spot for the kind of sympathetic victim that no conscientious defender could refuse. This new escapade pairs him with Alicia Clayton, head of a pediatric AIDS clinic in Manhattan, who has inherited a valuable Murray Hill townhouse from her estranged father. Alicia would love to destroy the building and with it memories of childhood sexual abuse she suffered there, but she is prevented by her slimy half-brother, Thomas, who offers to buy the house for an outrageous sum of money and whom she suspects is responsible for the violent deaths of everyone she hires to dispose of it. Jack eventually teases out the intricate thread that binds Thomas, his secret Saudi Arabian backers, an enigmatic Japanese spy and Alicia's secret shame to the property, but not without considerable help from fortuitous coincidences, lucky deductions and unlikely motives. Wilson (Deep as the Marrow) tries to prop up the shaky logic of his tale with preachy attacks against drug abuse, child pornography and parental irresponsibility, but these issues are too weighty for his pulpy villains and strained plot to bear. Jack still thrills with cliffhanger escapes and ingenious snares for the blundering bad guys, but he emerges from this novel less a hero than a hostage to its social consciousness. Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Library Journal Repairman Jack is back. The hero of Wilson's The Tomb, a New York Times best seller in 1984, is hired to fix a problem for Dr. Alicia Clayton: She's inherited a house she wants destroyed, given its dark past, but someone is getting in her way.Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Booklist Fourteen years after his debut in The Tomb, Repairman Jack returns in a clever thriller that's sure to delight Wilson's fans. Jack, a fix-it man who specializes in solving people's problems (and who, as far as the authorities are concerned, doesn't even exist), does a favor for a friend--he recovers some toys stolen from a hospital--and winds up helping a woman solve a deadly mystery from her past. Repairman Jack is a strong man whose moments of compassion don't seem forced, an enigma without being annoyingly mysterious. Confronted with a baffling puzzle, Jack relies on a combination of skill and luck to solve the mystery with a minimum of violence. Wilson's many fans will enjoy this second Repairman Jack story and no doubt hope the author doesn't wait quite so long before writing a third one. David Pitt
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