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The Hundredth Man

by Jack Kerley

The Hundredth Man by Jack Kerley X
The Hundredth Man by Jack Kerley
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  • First Published:
    Jun 2004, 320 pages
    Paperback:
    Jun 2005, 416 pages

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Chattas

Very creepy book. Loved it. The title is perfect. The main character (Carson) is the Hundredth Man. It's a reference from a joke at the very beginning of the book and it really does define this character. Looking forward to this author's next novel!
Dan

The tension compels you to turn the page. Almost impossible to put down.
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Can someone please, please, please explain the significance of the Title to me??


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Warn

You cannot go wrong with this book. Twists and turns and great characters!
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Funny, smart, brilliant.
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