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By Rani Manicka | Comments: ( 157 ) | Date: ( May 27, 2020 )

What if you were dying and nothing couldchange that But worse, you are just fourteen with somuch life ahead to live.Would you shed tears and long for timeto do the things you always wanted What if someone offered you that time toexperience all the things you dreamed off and .In exchange for one last selfless act One that could save the life of another,the one youWhat if you were dying and nothing couldchange that But worse, you are just fourteen with somuch life ahead to live.Would you shed tears and long for timeto do the things you always wanted What if someone offered you that time toexperience all the things you dreamed off and .In exchange for one last selfless act One that could save the life of another,the one you truly loveWhat would you do Come on this heartfelt and Inspirational journey, wherecharacters come alive and sweep you along on a tide of emotions that will staywith you long after you have put this book down.Rani Manicka is an International best sellingnovelist and the author of three previous books Her works have been translatedin 26 languages Black Jack is her fourth and latest novel.


  • Title: Black Jack
  • Author: Rani Manicka
  • ISBN: 9780957681200
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Rani Manicka

Rani Manicka, an economics graduate, was born and educated in Malaysia and divides her time between Malaysia and England Her first novel The Rice Mother Infused with her own Sri Lankan family history is a vivid imaginative story about the frailties of human nature and the consequences of war It won a Commonwealth Writers Prize in 2003 She has published a further two novels, Touching Earth in 2005,a dark and compelling tale of love,betrayal and addiction, her current novel The Japanese Lover was released in 2009, a story set in Malaya during the Japanese occupation, an absorbing story of unconventional love between captor and captured Rani Manicka s latest novel, BLACK JACK is out NOW.



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  • A.G. Dow

    Black Jack, by Rani Manicka, was quite a unique read! Though I had heard some of the theories and ideas that were shown in Black Jack, in other pieces and studies, it was intriguing to have them combined in one story, creating a much bigger picture and theoretical explanation. It may be just a work of fiction, but this book certainly got my brain going, thinking about our notions of creation, evolution, and what’s waiting for us in the after-life. Who pulls the strings? Who’s right and who [...]


  • E.M. MacCallum

    The character development, I thought, was very well done. You knew who these people were and what they liked/hated within a few short paragraphs and their actions backed it up. I also liked how the author doesn’t pull stops on the imagination. She certainly has a wonderful knack for horror. This is NOT a horror however, but the elements were impressive for a horror-lover like myself. This book is labeled a Paranormal Metaphysical novel and/or Paranormal Fantasy but I’d have to disagree, th [...]


  • Autumn

    I received this book to give an honest review.I found myself often confused as to what was going on exactly at one point and time. The beginning had me engaged into this story my heart broke for little Dakota and what she was put through. But after the first few chapters I found myself drifting off on the story, I could easily put the book down and do something else. I enjoyed how Black fell for Dakota and wanted to help her being as she was a victim to someone who was evil and loved to torture [...]


  • Lavaughn

    Black Jack by Rani Manicka, which I received for free through First Reads, is a very great book that will really have your head spinning in this trying to figure out everything that is going on. She uses a great storyline where she goes back and forth through the characters, which is very unique and outstanding. This book focuses on dark forces trying to control the world by the abduction of children one which focuses on a young girl who is in contact with a boy who they feel can hurt their pla [...]


  • Anari

    The beginning of this futuristic book grabbed my attention immediately; shocking and cruel is the torture of the helpless Dakota. Aptly named 'The Locator,' Dakota is abducted by Schooner Klaus and his team, primarily for her psychic abilities. She might even be 'the one.' He wants to break her, fracture her mind and rework her for his own ends - the question is: will he succeed? Only Black may be able to rescue her from the bleak world in which she finds herself trapped.This is an epic tale tha [...]


  • Sammy Smith

    This was an unusual read. A long time lover of all things SF and F, and this was a slight step away from what I usually like. Still, it incorporated the metaphysical and speculative really well, and at times came close to paranormal fantasy.I’ve not read Rani’s work before, but I will be reading more. Smooth prose, titillating descriptions and believable dialogue have left me craving more. It reminded me a lot of Meyer’s ‘The Host’, but with more depth and suitable for not only the new [...]


  • A.B. Joseph

    Rani Manicka’s novel, Black Jack, is a paranormal with a thought provoking plot. The book is well written, the prose is superb, the story plot is thrilling and the characters are fascinating and well developed. This is not the typical paranormal or supernatural story plot, it is a very interesting read. It takes you away from reality and shows you a unique view of the paranormal world. To anyone looking for a great escape that sucks you in from the get-go, completely mesmerizes you and doesn't [...]


  • Melissa

    A different and unique read. Ms. Manicka is a master in twists and turns. Just when you think you have it figured out you get the rug pulled out from under you. I really enjoyed the mentions of The Matrix which is one of my favorite movies. Black Jack is a dark read. I did wish at some points through this story the darkness wasn't so well dark. Once you get through those parts you realize they are necessary to the story. Black Jack is a no frills never a dull moment read. A must read if you want [...]


  • Urania Sarri

    Black Jack is a book I will never regret having read, spotlighted and, of course, reviewed. A fan of metaphysical and conspiracy theories myself, I found in Rani Manicka’s book a literary version of various major considerations reflecting elements and approaches in the layman’s effort to provide answers to the big questions about our world. But let me be more precise:What I liked about Black Jack:The beginning of the story is strong which, for me, is always one of the most important assets i [...]


  • Chris Merlo

    In this highly conceptualized and supernatural book chalked full of layers and undertones, the reader is thrust into a story involving two supernaturally talented youths as the main characters and protagonists as they struggle through a visceral and very convoluted plot involving the descriptions of cosmic and celestial beings, multiple facets of existence, dimensions, evil dark parasites, time travel, and all of that crossing over itself. The beginning caught my attention, and for the most part [...]


  • Laurie

    “A story about suffering, betrayal, love and hope.” That is the tagline for this novel. I would say this book encompasses all of that, and more. There are some beautiful moments that reminded me of the fragility of life. Our personal perceptions, our moods, our experiences, our innermost secret thoughts – the whole combination of things that comprise our being – is it all just an elaborate construct? What is real and what is just so terribly skewed by forces beyond comprehension that we [...]


  • Scott

    Black Jack, written and published by acclaimed author Rani Manicka, is a novel that combines numerous genres. Follow characters like, Dr. Klaus, Black Jack, The Dead Man, and young Dakota as their fantasy adventure unfolds. If you like stories about werewolves, magic, mind-control, and murder, you’ll love this tale. The only reason I did not give this more stars was due to some editing/punctuation misses, passive-active voice shifts, and narrative that was more tell than show, but that’s a p [...]


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    “Black Jack” was a very quick and enjoyable read for me. The book has a very original writing style which makes it very unique. It was very easy for me to find myself captivated by Manicka’s book; she places in some very thought provoking questions while keeping you hooked on the story.This book has mainly 5 star reviews, and I can for sure see why. I would read another book by Manicka any day; I truly enjoy the way she writes, you have to check out the book for that fact if any.I don’t [...]


  • Sylvia

    What an emotional and thought-provoking read! ���Black Jack��� challenges religion and our perception of life and reality with two strong and unique characters. Dakota is a psychic who can use her mind to control people to serious extremes, conditioned by brutal means from the age of seven. Her opposite, Black, is an orphan who soon learns that he alone can stop her and unveil the truth behind the gods, our souls, and the very meaning life.Rani Manicka has created a mind trip like no [...]


  • Joood Hooligan

    Wow. This book I really enjoyed it. It made me think, a lot, and I love a book that can do that - it rarely happens. This was also the first book I've read this year that I had to recommend to my husband - which is saying something. He's a picky reader.I will admit that there were some parts that confused me, which did take me out of the story. Although, I was brought back in pretty quickly so I don't believe I missed much.Definitely suggest people check out this book. It's not a typical read, b [...]


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