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Perish (Jack Harper Trilogy #2) Jack Harper is a dangerous woman, capable of death and resurrection Raised and utilized by Cyrus, the leader of a mystical religion, she was once a fearless and brilliant weapon against all who blasphemed Now, having destroyed Cyrus, Jack is free to be While starting anew, Jack begins receiving letters from children trapped in Infinitum who beg for rescue, and she soon discovers that Cyrus’s cult is alive and thriving, with tendrils branching across the world One of these tendrils leads Jack to Patrick, a man who speaks of a contraption that “bleaches anything white” Yet another tendril stretches beyond death, where the Builder and Jack’s brother, Alex, reside Jack must now seek to permanently destroy the following she once escaped by fixing her sights on a higher target―the infamous demonic Builder, who once supplied Cyrus with overwhelming powerPotential aid arrives from an unusual source when Jack encounters Jonathon Roth and his killforhire outfit Combined, they hope to become an unstoppable force, but only the future will tell Jack may be falling into her old acolyte ways, and Roth may have found in Jack the very thing that made Cyrus so powerful―his own magical being


10 thoughts on “Perish (Jack Harper Trilogy #2)

  1. says:

    I received an e-book ARC of Perish from the author, L. C. Barlow, in return for my honest review, which follows below. I thank her for this opportunity.

    I rated this 5 stars.
    Book two in the Jack Harper trilogy held up the first novel’s pleasant break from the heavy cliffhanger trope to reel in the reader to continuing the series; something I appreciated just as much this time around as the first. You pick


  2. says:

    My rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    Thank you to author L.C. Barlow, for a copy of this book for review.
    After Jack Harper fled Louisiana and her troubled past, New York provided new opportunities for her to start fresh. The peace, however, does not last long. She soon receives letters from children, claiming that the old cult Jack had thought destroyed, is still going under a new leader, and these kids want to escape. Horr


  3. says:

    My rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    Thank you to author L.C. Barlow, for a copy of this book for review.
    After Jack Harper fled Louisiana and her troubled past, New York provided new opportunities for her to start fresh. The peace, however, does not last long. She soon receives letters from children, claiming that the old cult Jack had thought destroyed, is still going under a new leader, and these kids want to escape. Horri


  4. says:

    *I received a free ARC of this book by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

    To my surprise, I found an ARC on NetGalley after having read L. C. Barlow’s first novel, Pivot, from the Goodreads giveaways program several years ago. I had begun to think there would be no follow-up and am happy that the author has continued with the series.

    As I read Perish a full 6+ years after Pivot, I can’t say th


  5. says:

    (4.5/5.0) Perish marks the second entry in Barlow’s Jack Harper series, a predetermined trilogy that has quickly proven to be as contemplative and intelligent as it is darkly fantastical and horrific.

    Though Jack has just escaped the cultish clutches of Cyrus, has she actually rid herself of Infinitum? In New York, she tries to settle into a new life – one in which she isn’t a ruthless murderer, but a person of


  6. says:

    Finally getting back on your feet when life smacks you right in the chops. Unlucky, Jack Harper.

    Perish starts off seamlessly where Pivot finishes, with the house of Cyrus burning to the ground as our protagonist, Jack Harper, watches on basking in her recent victory over Cyrus and the Infinitum. Even though I read both books pretty much back to back I very much liked this as it will serve readers as a bit of a memory j


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    I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

    Perish by L. C. Barlow is an intriguing and gritty tale about a woman finding her paranormal place in the world while finding her own way to recover from her past trauma. As the second book in the series, it picks up where the first book leaves off, and spins a dark and strange series of events that lead Jack Harper down a path of


  8. says:

    I received an ARC of this novel via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

    After destroying Cyrus and freeing Lutin, Jack Harper thinks she is finally free from her Hell.
    While trying to survive on her own she soon begins receiving mysterious letters from children trapped in Infinitum asking for her help. Jack soon discovers Cyrus's cult is still thriving and his son Alex, with the help of the builder, is behi


  9. says:

    Perish (Jack Harper Trilogy (2) by L. C. Barlow is an awesome story that I have read. This is book number two in this awesome series and I loved it. I highly recommend this story to everyone who loves reading about magic.

    I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.


  10. says:

    I greatly enjoyed this action packed novel. It made a great set up to the final novel in the Jack Harper Trilogy.

    Full review here:

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