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By the Sword (Adversary Cycle/Repairman Jack, Book 12) by F. Paul Wilson

By F. Paul Wilson

By the Sword takes up the adventures of Repairman Jack without delay after Bloodline. Jack is employed to discover a mythical eastern sword, a katana stolen from the Hiroshima Peace Museum and taken to manhattan urban. important characters comprise the contributors of a unusual jap cult, a tender jap businessman and his 3 Yakuza bodyguards, plus Hank Thompson, the Kicker cult chief from Bloodline. The cult, the businessman, the Yakuza, and the Kickers are searhing for the sword in addition.

Also within the combine is the pregnant youngster wearing a toddler, loaded with irregular DNA, who might be a decisive strength within the cosmic shadow battle raging behind the curtain. She turns into a pawn within the online game, hunted by way of each side. Following his ordinary m.o., Jack maneuvers both sides right into a bloody melee from which he plans to waltz away with the fabled katana. in fact, while issues don't cross as deliberate, Jack needs to improvise (and he hates to improvise). By the Sword takes F. Paul Wilson's trademark breakneck pacing and interweaving storylines to a brand new point.

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En cualquier caso, está demostrado que ese hombre sabe leer el pensamiento, ver el futuro, encontrar objetos y anunciar peligros. Dice que es capaz de ver espíritus. ¡Imagínatelo: ha llegado a pasearse sin armas por el Metro! Sólo tiene una navaja de resorte para cortar los alimentos, y un bastón de plástico para caminar. Y ahora viene lo más fuerte: dice que los productores y consumidores de dur no saben lo que están haciendo en realidad. Porque el dur no es lo que pensamos. En realidad, no hay dur que valga, y las setas venenosas no son venenosas.

Zhenya le sacudió el hombro-, ¿No oyes lo que ha dicho Kiril? Mañana por la noche, una caravana partirá hacia la Rizhskaya. Eso significa que nuestra administración quiere federarse con ellos. Por lo pronto les vamos a enviar ayuda humanitaria, como muestra de buena voluntad. Parece que esos muchachos han encontrado una caja repleta de cables. Van a utilizarlos para montar un enlace telefónico entre las estaciones. O como mínimo un telégrafo. Kiril dice que todos los que no trabajamos mañana podríamos ir.

Me encargaré de ello. Tu padre adoptivo tiene miedo. Al parecer está siendo abducido por esas criaturas. Ya no se defiende contra ese proceso, y ha tratado incluso de arrastrarme a mí con él. Si esa historia de la corriente de agua es cierta, no podemos hundir el túnel con cargas explosivas. Pero ahora, gracias a la información que me has proporcionado, veo las cosas más claras. Cuando los Negros aparecieron por primera vez, después de que vosotros salierais a la superficie, entraron por la estación del Jardín Botánico.

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