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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Gateways by F. Paul Wilson

Jack’s Dad is injured in an auto accident. He travels to Florida to see what he can do. In Florida, he discovers all may not be what it seems. He encounters mutants and heavy duty action.

I fell into this series. Repairman Jack seems to be battling occult enemies. I am going to have to track down the precursors to this as I really enjoyed the book. It had plenty of action and the strangeness wasn’t overdone. It was a good action adventure story with a bit of weirdness thrown in to leaven the mix. It was entertaining.

I recommend the book.

Body of work of F. Paul Wilson


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