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Jack Manley - soldier, adventurer, traveller of the Wild Multiverse and veteran of the All-Worlds War - has quit. The Warlord - scientist, cross-time martial-arts master and interdimensional tyrant - wants him dead. Between Manley and the Warlord lies an army of beings from twelve alternate Earths: soldiers, manticores, dogs with guns in their mouths, the dreaded annihil-ape Jack Manley - soldier, adventurer, traveller of the Wild Multiverse and veteran of the All-Worlds War - has quit. The Warlord - scientist, cross-time martial-arts master and interdimensional tyrant - wants him dead. Between Manley and the Warlord lies an army of beings from twelve alternate Earths: soldiers, manticores, dogs with guns in their mouths, the dreaded annihil-apes and more. The Warlord is coming, and nothing short of death can stop him. Manley has vowed never to kill again. HOW'S HE GOING TO GET OUT OF THIS ONE?

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Jack Manley - soldier, adventurer, traveller of the Wild Multiverse and veteran of the All-Worlds War - has quit. The Warlord - scientist, cross-time martial-arts master and interdimensional tyrant - wants him dead. Between Manley and the Warlord lies an army of beings from twelve alternate Earths: soldiers, manticores, dogs with guns in their mouths, the dreaded annihil-ape Jack Manley - soldier, adventurer, traveller of the Wild Multiverse and veteran of the All-Worlds War - has quit. The Warlord - scientist, cross-time martial-arts master and interdimensional tyrant - wants him dead. Between Manley and the Warlord lies an army of beings from twelve alternate Earths: soldiers, manticores, dogs with guns in their mouths, the dreaded annihil-apes and more. The Warlord is coming, and nothing short of death can stop him. Manley has vowed never to kill again. HOW'S HE GOING TO GET OUT OF THIS ONE?

37 review for Jack Manley and the Warlord of Infinity

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lenny

    I got this book through Goodreads giveaways in return for an honest review. It was a fast read, I read it in about two weeks, which is very fast for me. It was quite fast-paced and funny. The story was complete. Of course, we are left with some questions, but not too much. It was the first time I read something like this, you know, with multiverses and all. The only other book I read that really was comparable was ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’, which I didn’t like at all. It was just too I got this book through Goodreads giveaways in return for an honest review. It was a fast read, I read it in about two weeks, which is very fast for me. It was quite fast-paced and funny. The story was complete. Of course, we are left with some questions, but not too much. It was the first time I read something like this, you know, with multiverses and all. The only other book I read that really was comparable was ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’, which I didn’t like at all. It was just too absurd and most of the time, it didn’t make any sense. This book had some of that, but in a lesser degree, to a degree that was likeable. The characters were quite superficial. I didn’t get the feeling that I knew the characters. Jack Manley can’t be understood, I don’t even think he understands himself, but the others weren’t like that, and I felt like I didn’t get to know them and that’s a pity. I also didn’t like the dialect in this book. I don’t know if I can call it a dialect, because I’m not a native English speaker, and maybe that’s why I didn’t like it, but it wasn’t like the language in other books. I understand why it was done, to express the French accent of Miss Batroc and the way Jack Manley speaks, for example: ol’ instead of old. Like I said, perhaps it’s because I’m not a native English speaker, but I didn’t like that. However, I liked the story. It had a short introduction, and after that the action started and didn’t stop until the end. I hate books where nothing really happens. In this book, a lot happened. Like I said, it was really fast-paced and I liked that very much. I would recommend this book to people who want to read something funny and have no problems with ‘absurd’ subjects like multiverses and other strange things.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dana

    A fun read; ridiculous and entertaining in every way.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Octo Catur

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    Jean

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    Andrew

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    Travis

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    Cristina C.

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    Nathan Mahney

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    Blah Smith

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    France

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    Sunaina

  12. 5 out of 5

    Aswin Kumar

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    Permittivité du Vide

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    Teresa Lavender

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    Richard Tyler

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    Kida

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    Michelle & Tony

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    Laura Dobb

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    Alexandra Roxana

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    Sue

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    Jennifer

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    SonyaA.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Shahana Ahmed

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    Jairo Canova

  26. 5 out of 5

    Franciely Bortoski

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    Cindy Gates

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    Bill Sullivan

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    Jaideep Khanduja

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    Gordon Bingham

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    Kim Coomey

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    Andy

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    Diana Senn

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    Dawid Fourie

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    Ileana Agüero

  36. 4 out of 5

    Miriah Isel

  37. 5 out of 5

    Derk West

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