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Summary

Disappearance.

At a maximum-security prison for the criminally insane, 84 of the most dangerous psycopaths alive have vanished from their cells without a trace. Leading their ranks: the Candy Man - the most ruthlessly brilliant serial killer ever in captivity.

Determination.

The only way to catch a crazed killer is to think like one. Rogue agent Jared Kimberlain - the most dangerous man who ever worked for the forces of good - is the only man driven enough to do the job. Or die trying.

Devastation.

A shocking conspiracy is taking shape across the country, hatched by an unholy alliance of twisted, insane murderers. They plan to wipe out the entire population, and they possess the horrifying means to do it.

The ninth dominion.

It could be mankind's ultimate undoing. Jared Kimberlain is all that stands between humanity and a grave new world of disorder, damnation, and death. Time is short, and the fuse that will ignite a hell on earth is shorter....

©1991 Jon Land (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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  • 11-07-22

Kafkaesque

Having discovered Jon Land is a master story teller we are "following". In "The Nineth Dominion" he weaves a complicated story drawing on Nietzsche's ideas that only the mad and criminals act from a position of truth; asking how the world would look if the mad and criminals ran it. This mind bending thriller defies intelligent analysis but still leaves one thinking .... what next? Narrated impatiently with great irony, the audiobook is crazy, moronic, violent, and manages to be just engaging.

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  • Sonya J. Rogers-Blyden
  • 24-06-22

Next book please!!!

This is a very good series. Action throughout with an interesting take on the main character.

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  • Amy Johnson
  • 24-05-22

Mr Land perhaps you should try using an outline.

Land seems to have forgotten his own main characters back story. If a writer and his editor can keep it straight, I don't hold out hope for the rest of the story. Next...

Great dear Lord! I made the mistake of trying to finish the book and grew so apoplectic my head nearly blew up. Lands altered the main characters back story in order to make it fit one of the most convoluted series of "plot twists I have ever read. Imagine the worst James Bond parody you can think of then times it by a hundred and you begin to scratch the surface of just how bad it was. Now that I have attempted to warn the masses I'm going to go take aspirin, I really need it.

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  • J. O'Hara
  • 17-02-22

Great story that moves at a good pace.

Jon Land has a writing style that draws the reader from one chapter to the next. Part James Bond, part Jason Bourne, park Remo Williams the author creates a extraordinary everymen with a heart and the deadly skill set to get the job done.