Publish date: March 21st 2013
Publisher: The Writer's Coffee Shop
Pages no: 268
Edition language: English
There's something very retro in the prose here that I can't quite place my finger on. Fixer feels like it was written in the 70's even though it is clearly a product of today. Whatever the hell it is, it works really well for a story about a superhero who has trouble staying in the present.There are...
I do believe Corrigan Bain is my new fave character that Doucette has written. I used to love Adam from The Immortal books, but nope Corrigan is pretty epic.Fixer is written in various points of view. Corrigan's is the main one, but we are able to see into other characters that effect the events t...
This review is posted in its entirety on My Fiction Nook."Don't let them know you can see them."Fixer, the latest offering by Gene Doucette is written in much the same style as his previous books - witty, snarky and always highly entertaining. Due to the subject matter, I suggest ingesting much caff...
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