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All the Rage By F. Paul Wilson All the Rage Can you imagine a new chemical compound a non addictive designer drug that heightens your assertiveness opens the door to your primal self giving you an edge wherever you compete Whether on the str

  • Title: All the Rage
  • Author: F. Paul Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780765357045
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Paperback
  • All the Rage By F. Paul Wilson Can you imagine a new chemical compound, a non addictive designer drug that heightens your assertiveness, opens the door to your primal self, giving you an edge wherever you compete Whether on the street or the football field, in a classroom or a boardroom Wouldn t you be tempted to try it just once What happens if it releases uncontrollable rage and makes you a kCan you imagine a new chemical compound, a non addictive designer drug that heightens your assertiveness, opens the door to your primal self, giving you an edge wherever you compete Whether on the street or the football field, in a classroom or a boardroom Wouldn t you be tempted to try it just once What happens if it releases uncontrollable rage and makes you a killer
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    1. Dirk Grobbelaar on said:

      Readers please take note you can not start reading the Repairman Jack novels here You really, really need to go back and start with The Tomb Adversary Cycle, 2.Now then All The RageIn a parallel literary universe somewhere between Fringe and Supernatural, consisting of a dollop of Horror, a slice of Science Fiction Fantasy, a smattering of Techno thriller, a dash of Action Adventure and a wee bit of Suspense lies the genre defying world of the Repairman Jack books This entry is no different A pr [...]

    2. Mike (the Paladin) on said:

      Don t have it yet The library can t seem to get their copy back, I have found it in a book store ALLLLLLL the way across town and they will hold it for me till tomorrow Plan to pick it up.Okay, I bought it Spoilers below this line view spoiler This book is another one I d call odd My reaction to the opening pages was this thing is going to be great BUT Were you ever sprinting, flying along, squeezing every ounce of speed from your legs and suddenly, something just went wrong For some reason, may [...]

    3. Chloe on said:

      So we ve made it up through book 4 of the Repairman Jack series now The friend of mine who is lending me this series has been using this book as a lure to keep me going Oh yeah, that part that really bugged you in book 2 Well, it ll all be worth it once you get to All the Rage While David is often wrong on a good many subjects, on this occasion he has been proven correct I will forgive much of what has come before because I had so much pure fun with this read In fact, this is probably the best o [...]

    4. Al Datum on said:

      There are only a few authors who are so good that I read everything they write F Paul Wilson is one of those authors I first encountered his work when I picked up The Keep many years ago I read it when there were no sequels, so I ve been a fan since the beginning I remember how excited I was with each additional volume he released, and then I remember the moment when reading Reborn the continuation of The Keep and I got to the end It made references to the only existing Repairman Jack story at t [...]

    5. Jason on said:

      5 Stars All The Rage book number 4 in The Repairman Jack series by F.Paul Wilson is a return to it s roots After the fabulous and strange book three Conspiracies, Wilson dials new back the notches on this one back to nearly ground zero All The Rage is another story with next to zero supernatural forces at play That is of course if you don t put the awesome sharkman like creatures the Rakoshi in that category Once again these fantastical Bengali creatures end up in Jack s cross hairs.All the Rage [...]

    6. Haydensdad on said:

      Really like this series Where else could you find a research scientist, a Serbian mobster, a travelling freak show, and an unholy ancient creature all intwined in the same story.This latest adventure has Jack up to his usual business, balancing his home life with his repair business.Jack takes on a Serbian mobster on behalf of two clients One a newly hired researcher for a pharma company and the other a disgruntled citizen looking for a revenge killing In the course of the story some characters [...]

    7. Chris Tweitmann on said:

      Needless to write, I am hooked on the Repairman Jack series I was a huge fan of the tv show Fringe and this series, with its continuing development of the Otherness as a narrative thread throughout these books, is starting to remind of that beloved show Reading the Repairman Jack series is like feasting on a sundae of literary genres a splash of horror, a slice of science fiction, a dollop of techno thriller, a sprinkle of action adventure and a smattering of mystery suspense a guilty pleasure.A [...]

    8. Ensiform on said:

      The fourth Repairman Jack novel Jack is hired by a research scientist to look into her boss involvement with a Serbian gangster What Jack uncovers is a the creation and distribution of a new street drug that temporarily turns the user into a violent, rage fueled psychopath Even worse, the drug is synthesized from the blood of the last living rakosh.I was a bit bored with the last RJ novel perhaps because it tied in to other stories and books I haven t read, as well as its lackluster resolution , [...]

    9. Jadewik on said:

      Jack gets mixed up in a drug ring in this adventure of the Repairman Jack series This is my favorite Repairman Jack book so far I thought the plot had a lot of nice twists and turns The ending was extremely satisfying to read.I don t want to go into too many details, but there were tons of entertaining parts to this book Sal s Dragovic revenge, Events leading to Jack s hospital stay and his payback for it, revisiting the Rakoshi, Jack s Pine Barrens adventure the list goes on.This book does take [...]

    10. Mathew Kaufman on said:

      This was my favorite of all of the Repairman Jack books so far I immediately bought the next one and started it The last half of the book, the subject He began walking Has been removed The line reads, Began walking It was VERY annoying I toughed that part out and I m sure it was intentional, I just can t figure out why F Pail Wilson would do that I really did like the book though

    11. David on said:

      Another consistently wonderful chapter in the Repairman Jack saga.With each one I read, the same things keep coming to mind 1 It is always wonderful and refreshing how each case from each book is unique and different You don t see Jack tackling the same kinds of problems over and over again Each book does its own thing.While The Tomb is straight up action horror, each book has its own feel to it Legacies is a much straight forward action adventure novel Conspiracies is really out there with the [...]

    12. John on said:

      My favorite Jack book so far I m still not in love with the series, but I like Jack enough to overlook the flaws in storytelling This volume had a good villain in Dragovic, a couple of cool action scenes, a great comeuppance for the bad guys, a Terminator 2 Cyberdyne type plot development, and best of all, an entire chapter written in a bizarre drug addled stream of consciousness a la American Psycho that was easily the best written chapter in the series so far The coincidences are still too con [...]

    13. Meredith on said:

      Jack has two different clients with a beef about the same guy, a local mob boss A mob boss who is trying to buy his way into successful society.It s a story that touches on all the classes, from ultra wealthy to side show freaks It s a story about people who think the ends justify the means even if that means innocent people die It s also about people who are horrified to wake from the spell of thinking they re king of the world only to see what their actions have done Wilson does a good job of [...]

    14. Brian Maicke on said:

      Jack is back After a bit of a slowdown in book 3, Wilson kicked the pace back up in book 4 The development of Jack continues as does the tying together of a number of storylines from the first 3 books into what looks to form the basis of the overarching plot for the rest of the series I devoured this one in record time, but for those looking to get into the Repairman Jack series, I d recommend starting at the beginning as some of the references made in this novel will be lost without the backgro [...]

    15. Tasula on said:

      This was the usual fun with Repairman Jack, but I thought he was a little thick headed at times, some of the surveillance was unrealistic Nevertheless, Jack prevailed in the end, which was quite satisfying One of my favorite characters was a monster the rakosh I have to watch out if I ever go into the Jersey swamps.

    16. Cathy Jung on said:

      Loved how this book ties in all the details from the very beginning of the series it s beginning to show a common thread and I can t wait to see how it continues.

    17. Lou on said:

      Repairman Jack is a great character very good writing, going back to read first Repairman Jack novel.

    18. Foster on said:

      I am becoming an increasingly rabid fan of F Paul Wilson s Repairman Jack Maybe some of the plot devices he used in this book have been done before but I ve never read anything like what I found in this installment A drug made from an inhuman being s blood, and when taken will give people super charged rage and aggression This sounds like trouble floating around NYC Jack needs to put the supply out of business, for good.I like that the characters of every installment are new, but he also had a g [...]

    19. Francesco on said:

      Vote 3,50Class L B1 FP fourth book of the Repairman Jack Series I m coming from some wonderful re reading and some almost awful fantasy reading and so I ve decided to come back in known territory and Repairman Jack is always an enjoyable reading This one is not as good as the previous one, the story is sometimes confused and the characters are in a few cases out of characters.However it is a good reading and I ll follow up with the next installment of the series sometimes in the future.

    20. Paul on said:

      An interesting, memorable story There were a few technical inaccuracies, such as bullets sparking off of a helicopter and glass cutting of tempered glass doors.The author employed a strange writing method of dropping pronouns at the beginning of sentences, which made for choppy reading The book could have used or better editing.

    21. Sarah Mika on said:

      This is the first Repairman Jack book I ever read, back when I was nineteen I loved Jack s character, his unique profession, and the way he outwitted his enemies Jack is one of my all time favorite characters I ve read every RJ book since, and the Adversary series that ties in as well.

    22. Lavender on said:

      So far I am really enjoying this series I love seeing the crazy messes that Jack gets himself into, and then out of.

    23. Robin on said:

      In the fourth Repairman Jack novel, the rakoshi are back Those were the blue skinned, yellow eyed, man eating demons from Indian prehistory, who terrorized Jack and his loved ones in The Tomb Now the last rakosh the one who left his claw marks on Jack s chest has turned up in a freak show at the same quaint Long Island town where Jack battled the otherness in Conspiracies Jack is torn between killing it, to make sure it can never hurt Gia and Vicky again, and leaving it alone to die in captivity [...]

    24. Stacy Kingsley on said:

      This was slow and I felt it was a little blah than other Repairman Jack movies The biggest problem I had with this book was with Jack s girlfriend, Gia Gia knows what Jack does and there was one scene in the book where she is acting out and I was so frustrated with her stupidity that I immediately wanted to stop reading the book Gia knows what Jack does and she acts like a child every time he is going to work, or when he does things with her that involve his work It is just annoying and I do no [...]

    25. Benjamin Thomas on said:

      This is the fourth novel I have read by this author and, by most lists, is the fourth in the Repairman Jack series When I say, by most lists , I mean exactly that Cataloging Mr Wilson s books is difficult at best he seems to keep on revising them, publishing new versions so that his whole Secret Universe milieu fits together It seems to me that he has two series that intertwine The Repairman Jack books and The Adversary Cycle , although many of the books exist in both series Confusing, but never [...]

    26. Carolin on said:

      Handyman Jack ist schon ein ganz Coolerf r meinen Geschmack ein bisschen zu cool Da schl gt er sich mit wildgewordenen Schulabg ngern herum, stellt sich in allen Lebenslagen ganz machohaft besch tzend vor seine Freundin, hantiert mit Waffen, Hubschraubern und M ll herum, legt sich mit einem serbischen Top Gangster und einem verzweifelten Phamaziechef an und als w re das noch nicht genug, geht er auf die Jagd nach einem menschenfressenden Monster dem Sharkman Bei all diesen Dingen hat er eine ord [...]

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