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Author F. Paul Wilson ended his Repairman Jack series with a novel titled The Dark At The End. While it is the final book that focuses on Jack and his story, there is another book coming up in the series, titled Nightworld. This last book is the story of the ultimate battle between "good" and "evil" such as it is laid out in the Adversary and the Repairman Jack novels.

The book is due out sometime in 2012.

I burned through TDATE in about a day and a half. Couldn't stop reading it. For the most part I liked the story, but I was mildly disappointed by the ending. After reading some reviews, I'm given to believe that it had to end this way to tie into the next book, whose scene has been set. Nightworld was previously published, and will be released in a heavily revised version, but the basic story that needed to be bridged to with this final Jack book was already there.

I enjoyed this story, a fairly original take on the good/evil struggle. I found Jack to be a great character, and I found the supporting characters and settings to be compelling. I'm looking forward to the last book of the series (though it was noted in this book that there will be prequels to Jack's story).

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