By F. Paul Wilson
Ever ask yourself what Repairman Jack was once like becoming up? this is your answer.
When his five-year-old neighbor is going lacking, Jack can’t aid feeling dependable. He must have taken Cody domestic whilst he stumbled on him using his bicycle close to the Pine Barrens. after which a misplaced guy wanders out of the woods after being chased all evening by...something. Jack is familiar with, higher than somebody, that the Barrens are dangerous—a real desert jam-packed with humans, creatures, and items misplaced from sight and reminiscence. just like the historic, fifteen-foot-tall stone pyramid he, Weezy, and Eddie notice. Jack thinks it might probably were a cage of a few type, yet for what sort of animal, he can’t say. Eddie jokes that it will possibly were used for the Jersey satan. Jack does not think in that previous people story, yet whatever is roaming the Pines. may well it have Cody? And what in regards to the unusual circus that manage open air city? may perhaps they be concerned? such a lot of chances, so little time...
“Readers of the grownup Repairman Jack novels will get pleasure from bringing their heritage to this interpreting, yet, fortunately for child readers, wisdom of the sequence isn't important to having fun with this clever, spooky secret adventure.” (Kirkus stories)
“Wilson has created an attractive, fast moving, and but deeply thought-provoking paintings that builds upon (and builds up) the Repairman Jack mythos. it may well look like a publication for more youthful readers, yet Wilson’s many enthusiasts may want to seize a replica without delay. Strongly recommended.” (SFRevu)
For readers age 10 and up