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The Tomb:  or Rakoshi
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The Tomb: or Rakoshi

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Author: F. Paul Wilson
Publisher: Borderlands Press, 2004
Tor, 1998
Berkley Publishing Group, 1984
Series: The Adversary Cycle: Book 2

1. The Keep
2. The Tomb
3. The Touch
4. Reborn
5. Reprisal
6. Nightworld

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Genres: Horror
Sub-Genre Tags: Dark Fantasy
Demons
Mythic Fiction (Horror)
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Synopsis

Much to the chagrin of his girlfriend, Gia, Repairman Jack doesn’t deal with appliances. He fixes situations - situations that too often land him in deadly danger. His latest fix is finding a stolen necklace which, unknown to him, is more than a simple piece of jewelry.

Some might say it’s cursed, others might call it blessed. The quest leads Jack to a rusty freighter on Manhattan’s West Side docks. What he finds in its hold threatens his sanity and the city around him. But worst of all, it threatens Gia’s daughter Vicky, the last surviving member of a bloodline marked for extinction.


Note from the author:

Some of you who read pre-1998 editions of The Tomb have questioned (and rightfully so) how Legacies, so obviously a contemporary novel, could take place only months after The Tomb, which was definitely set in the mid 1980s. The answer is simple: I cheated. I changed The Tomb for the new 1998 edition.

You see, I never planned to bring Jack back. But when I did, I realized I’d either have to set his new stories in the eighties, or go back and change The Tomb. I chose the latter and removed all references that would moor The Tomb in a specific era. The 1998 edition is now what we authors like to call “the preferred text.”

All the new Repairman Jack novels loop out from The Tomb and will weave their way back toward Nightworld. I don’t know how many we’ll end up with. When they stop being fun to write or when I notice I’m starting to repeat myself, I’ll quit and move on to something else.


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