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10 thoughts on “The Devil Jack Taylor #8

  1. says:

    For all intents and purposes this book probably should have sucked pretty hard A fairly straight faced PI series suddenly introduces 8 books in a supernatural element? And by “supernatural element” I mean our barely functioning PI Jack Taylor goes head to head in the streets of Galway with the Infernal One himself No the title is anything but metaphoricalActually this book turned out to be a pleasant puff of fresh Gaelic air after the last three ho hum entries in the never ending struggle between Jack Taylor and his own damned nature The Devil is a pretty concise and focused novel compared to the normal Bruen fair which tend to hinge on the barest semblances of plot and often re write backstory to make way for any idea that pops into the author’s Irish brain usually at the cost of any continuity or sense of character progression for the readerTaylor finds himself in some deep shit this time around when he happens to slouch his way into the Lord of Lies line of sight The Prince of Darkness happens to be working on a pet project in Galway killing off various innocents from various walks of life all for the sake of that esteemed goal of making the world a bit of a worse place to live My main gripe with this book and with series as a whole is that Bruen plays the “damned” card pretty heavily when it comes to the life and times of Jack Taylor I can think of a few series where the leads are booze slugging drug gobbling self loathing messes but in those books the world does not conform to their particular character’s self destructive tendencies However the Jack Taylor series revels in its hero’s inadeuacies It’s not so much that Jack Taylor’s actions make him the good man that he is supposed to be it’s that he is a good man because Bruen said so and then we watch him do nothing to prove otherwise other than make half hearted attempts at investigating mysteries or occasionally beating up or shooting a bad guyThere is a likeable uality about Jack—he does seem to have a heart beneath all his fucked up exteriors and that’s what has kept me readingThat and the fact that each of these books can be read in under three hoursIs Bruen one of the best of our modern noirists? I don’t think so But he still has a sense of style and a flair for the occasional grace of the throw away poetic phrase And with only two books left to go in the series I’ll probably stick around to see what happens next


  2. says:

    1 I read a 140 pages of this book on my ride into work It wasn't a ride that had any significant delays2 I still don't know how I feel about the actual Devil being a part of the book I get how it pulls together some of the earlier novels and now that I'm writing this I see how this book is working like the David Lynch moment Bruen has a character tell Taylor about during this book in regards to 'supernatural' fiction but 3 I'm not sure I approve of my hard boiled depressing crime novels being mixed with the supernatural But maybe I'm just being an asshole who is assuming the devil is all nonsense and maybe this book isn't uite possibly Bruen and Taylor jumping the shark


  3. says:

    The Devil the 8th book in the “Jack Taylor” series by Ken BruenThis 8th title was my least favourite in the series so far although still a good readEn route to America Jack is stopped at the departure gate so stops for a pint in the airport bar A well dressed man sits beside him and starts up a conversation and seems to know a lot about JackJack has just sold his flat but will be staying he has been called in to investigate a student murder


  4. says:

    'I look to you like a guy who does happy?' If a line could sum up Ken Bruen's masterful creation accurately I'd like to see it Jack is back and not much has changed in his vice dependent life Adding to his ever growing list of failures rejections beat downs and misrepresentations is a refused ticket to America His fresh start thwart before it even begun Naturally it's smooth sailing down hill with the breeze at his back straight to hell courtesy of the devil himself While not necessarily investigating a crime this time round Jack's latest does accumulate a high number of murders while providing further insight into Jack Taylor's inner circle of friendsenemies For the first time Bruen adds a hint of the supernatural to a Jack Taylor novel The Devil is Jack Taylor doing as Jack Taylor does with something a little different you'll either like it or lump it I liked it a lot 455 stars


  5. says:

    Of all the books in the series to this point this is the darkest Jack took a drink then then it was all downhill with Xanax cigarettes and cocaine CurtKurtMr K is apparently the Devil incarnate and he’s come for Jack This was very much centered on religion than anything else Just an okay read for me I hope this series isn’t derailing


  6. says:

    I had not read any of the Jack Taylor series in four or five years so in an attempt to catch up here I am Jack Taylor is drinking again hooked on xanax and doing the rounds of the bars I approve Mr Bruen appears to have taken some kind of left turn with this addition to the series We have here a romp into the supernatural that could have been called Jack and the Devil Yes the murders and violence in Galway West Ireland continue unabated and Jack is hired to resolve a number of them in his inimitable style But the devil stuff just does not work for meThe music references and mystery book references are appreciated The machine gun language and short train of thought sentences are as crisp as ever But ole man Beelzebub manipulating a defenseless Jack Taylor is just not believable Perhaps John Connolly can pull this kind of thing off without issuesIf you have not read any of the Jack Taylor books go do so and start with book one I believe it's called The Guards from 2004 for some good NOIR There is just enough of the old stuff here to enjoy the book


  7. says:

    Ken Bruen is one of the true masters of noir The man’s writing style some kind of cross between outright poetry and weirdly formatted prose is a nice visual representation of the genre – and private detective Jack Taylor is the perfect noir character It just does not get any darker than Jack TaylorAs this eighth novel of the series begins Jack is disappointed but not surprised to learn that he has been denied passage to the States because of his past run ins with the law Always moody the deeply introspective Taylor stops at the first airport bar he sees to load up on Jameson and Guinness before heading back to Galway There he makes the casual acuaintance of another bar patron he will come to know as “Mr K” – and will regret that encounter for the rest of his lifeJack Taylor is a contradiction On the one hand he can be as physically vicious with Galway’s criminal element as is reuired for him protect the innocent from them – even if the thugs end up floating face first in the river On the other he has a soft spot for children and their mothers so when asked to find a missing university student by the boy’s mother Taylor feels compelled to take the case But when the boy’s mutilated body is discovered and it appears that Mr K might have something to do with the horrible death all hell literally breaks loseWhen Jack Taylor begins to wonder if Mr K might be the incarnation of Satan himself The Devil veers wildly from the solid footing of the seven previous Jack Taylor novels At this point the novel becomes not so much a piece of detective fiction as a beautifully written supernatural thriller This development will probably disappoint some Ken Bruen fans at least a little me included but there is enough of Jack Taylor in The Devil that this is still a must read for regular readers of the series Jack Taylor aficionados will always welcome another chapter of the Irish detective’s life story and “be jaysus” we can’t wait for the next one


  8. says:

    'Nightmares are the dress rehearsal for the dread awaiting'Jack is having nightmares alright He should have been in America but past misdemeanors have put paid to that Stopped at the departure gate prevented from boarding his flight Jack does what Jack does It's a large Jay and a pint of the black in the airport bar A tall slender man in a beautiful suit long blonde hair handsome slides onto the stool next to him Sure is hell here today Get you something Jack? Guy has a killer smile Talks about evil Evil hones in on those closest to redemption His name is Kurt 'with a K' and he is so going to fuck with you JackLater you take on a case to investigate the frenzied murder of a student crucified upside down And several murders follow and too many encounters with Mr K Has Jack met his nemesis? Is Jack dealing with the Devil himself?Reading this there were times I thought I had strayed into the pages of a Dennis Wheatley occult novel This is diabolical territory for Ken Bruen It certainly is for Jack 'The divil knows his own' is that right Jack? How do you fight evil? Evil of the worst kind? Can Father Malachy help? I doubt that Jack Get yourself a Sig Sauer and cap this monsterBut do be very very careful Jack I would like to see you again


  9. says:

    Ken Bruen is an amazing writer This one I don't know was going on There is no mystery really which is fine Then the Devil shows up and gets angry about a bunch of Jack Taylor's old cases Then the devil starts killing anyone Jack talks to Then Jack kills the devil Then the devil shows up somewhere else uoting Rolling Stones lyrics Add in some heavy drinking Xanax and a return to smoking diatribes about non nationals and repeat I truly love Ken bruen's writing and will read anything he puts out And being with Jack Taylor for a couple of days again was great But I honestly have no idea what Bruen was trying to do here Battle the greatest evil? Reference all his past books? If you've read the rest of the Taylor series you'll need to read this one too And then sit back and wait for the next installment and hope it's as good as Cross or SanctuaryI


  10. says:

    I love the Jack Taylor novels and like the ones in the past the writing is beautiful in this book However I really have no clue why Bruen introduced a supernatural element into the 8th book of a series There is part of me that thinks the next book is going to start with him in a hospital bed having overdosed on cocaine and this book never happened If you took Taylor out it would have been a entertaining horror novel but me thinking about Taylor kept getting in the way I am probably going to pretend like this book never actually happened


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