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by Rani Manicka

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  • ISBN 0957681208
  • ISBN13 978-0957681200
  • Language English
  • Author Rani Manicka
  • Publisher Rani Manicka (August 10, 2013)
  • Pages 374
  • Formats mbr rtf lrf mobi
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Genre Fiction
  • Size ePub 1794 kb
  • Size Fb2 1436 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 605

Published by Rani Manicka. First published in paperback 2013

Published by Rani Manicka. First published in paperback 2013. Cover Design by Spiffing Covers.

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What if you were dying and nothing could change that? But worse, you are just fourteen with so much life ahead to live. Rani Manicka is an International best-selling novelist and the author of three previous books. Black Jack is her fourth and latest novel.

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Seriously, how can I give this more stars? I read many books due to flight layovers and inter-meeting delays, and this is one that I almost couldn't put down and it if wasn't for the sake of having to get back to work, I wouldn't have! I was intrigued when I read the other reviews and I think that, and the fact that the author is incredibly talented, is the reason I bought the book. This is a book for your mind and will challenge the way you think about the supernatural. It's paranormal undertones give this thrill ride the twists and turns it needs to keep the reader engaged with the characters and enveloped in the story so much that you instantly feel as though you are part of it. I found the entire book to be very well written with some of the best developed characters I have seen in a long time. The author, Rani Manicka, can really tell a story and make you feel it. There aren't many authors around that can do that and I am thankful that she is sharing her incredible talent for writing with us.
This is a critically acclaimed writer whose work touches the deepest part of mankind's soul. Her work is reasonably challenging to read and thought provoking.

However, this book drew me in from the beginning. I wasn't sure what to expect as I had never read her work before. This is my first time reading this author and I must admit I'm very impressed.

Having read her bio, this author brings a unique perspective to the world and this in itself only adds to the intrigue of her work. Perhaps intrigue would be an improper use of the word here, but the author shows great insight into the human condition.

This book explores the Archons that are supposedly mind parasites that have infected the human race. It will go against everything you have been taught thus far and turn religion and our school structure up-side-down. The book provides a very interesting alternative to the reality in which we exist in now.

A very interesting and recommended read.
My first instinct whenever coming upon a new author that throws time-travel together such other elements, such as shape-shifting and religion, is to pass on by. But this book had such positive reviews that I decided to give it a try. It was worth it.

Yes, the story gets a bit 'deep' with a lot of issues touched on as the two main characters move throughout the story, but both characters are fleshed out and developed well. By the end I was fully immersed in the authors world. While the story did go into some disturbing material, it's fresh take leaves you thinking.

I would say the story will appeal to anyone who likes fiction that leaves them thinking about their own beliefs, mixed in the excitement and suspense of a well-written story. If you're looking for a light, fluffy piece of fiction, then this isn't the book for you.
Amazing story, it had me hooked within the first few pages and it was literally hard for me to put my kindle down. The entire book is written very well from start to finish and there were no chapters that weren't as equally as great as the others. The plot and setting is very unique, even for the genre that it's in, and the characters were very original and they didn't seem boring or plain at all - they actually had substance and had just the right amount of detail to make them fit into the story perfectly. The story is unique in it's own right because it uses ancient and controversial knowledge, interweaving it into an exciting plot filled with magical and paranormal elements.

In summary, the book is very good and it's the kind of story that I could read more than once and not be bored, I'm very happy with it and I will definitely be checking out some more releases by the autho
As a non-fiction writer, I usually have difficulty reading fiction novels -- especially ones that deal with the supernatural and paranormal. That was not the case with Black Jack!

Rani Manicka has gone beyond the typical supernatural storyline found in so many recent books and has written a very mesmeric story that causes the reader to want to know more with every turn of the page. With an intricate, gripping storyline and intense young characters, Black Jack is spellbinding -- sometimes disturbing story -- which will cause the reader to question and challenge the very core of their moral, religious and spiritual beliefs.

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Rani Manicka's novel, Black Jack, is a paranormal with a thought provoking plot. The book is well written, the prose is superb, the story plot is thrilling and the characters are fascinating and well developed.

This is not the typical paranormal or supernatural story plot, it is a very interesting read. It takes you away from reality and shows you a unique view of the paranormal world.

To anyone looking for a great escape that sucks you in from the get-go, completely mesmerizes you and doesn't let you go till the last page - I highly recommend this book.
Both Firestarter and Black Jack features a little girl, but that's where the similarities end. Manicka does what Stephen King could not do. The book begins with Dakota being tortured in a secret NSA facility, all with the purpose of turning her into an instrument of war they can control by psychologically implanting alters (like an alter-ego?) designed to control different parts of her and prevent the story of what she will be forced to do from getting out. This book has something for everyone, horror, suspense, conspiracy theory, mythology, it's a real page turner.
I find this novel very interesting but challenging and demanding in many aspects; primarily a reader needs to be resilient to quite explicit violent scenes involving children but if that is acceptable , a great science fiction follows. The story is easy to read with few great turns in the plot that is filed with great metaphors and paranormal thesis. I would recommend this book to all science fiction and paranormal lovers.