Just Another Judgement Day (Nightside)

Just another success from the New York Times bestselling author

God's own enforcer, the righteous engine of destruction known as the Walking Man, has come to the Nightside. His sole purpose is the elimination of the wicked and the guilty, which means no one will be left in the Nightside once he gets started. So the Authorities have hired P.I. John Taylor to stop him. Legend has it that he can't be killed. Taylor is very much hoping that the legend isn't true.

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By colleen the contrarian ± (... never stop fighting) ± (Philadelphia, PA) · ★★★★☆ · March 03, 2010
Anyone who's gotten this far into the series knows that the stories are a little predictable. Green tends to repeat himself, not just from book to book, but even within books. If I read the line "He's the wrath of God on earth" again, I think I was gonna scream. And every time he uses his Gift an... ...more
By Jaz (Choctaw, OK) · ★★★★★ · August 14, 2012
I just finished reading Simon Green’s “Just Another Judgement Day”, the ninth installment in his highly-popular Nightside urban fantasy series. I completely enjoyed this novel, and found the storyline to be both compelling and highly-informative concerning the burgeoning new group of Nightside po... ...more
By Shel (YDQ, BC, Canada) · ★★★★☆ · March 02, 2010
It's nice to see that Simon R. Green is getting less predictable in his writing, which has been the unfortunate drawback to his last few novels. Rather, he has taken a fresh step in the Nightside series, which bodes well for the future books.

I think the strongest aspect of the book was the slow s... ...more
By Marcus (Akron, OH) · ★★★★★ · January 09, 2013
Read every book in the Nightside series and you'll have read some ace-level sci-fi. Green's imagination is enviable and flat-out genius. His characters, concepts, lines . . . perfecto. He's a master of first-person sci-fi.

Take this book for example. Imagine the left hand of God came to town, wit... ...more
By Kati (Czech Republic) · ★★★★☆ · February 28, 2013
What a great book! I couldn't wait to see how John Taylor would stop The Walking Man. And I loved that John wasn't all gung-ho, that he wanted to stop the guy without killing him, if possible. I also really liked the developing relationship between John and Suzie, loved seeing their home. But I d... ...more
By Wes (Washington, DC) · ★★☆☆☆ · October 24, 2014
This was the first entry in the Nightside series that really fell flat. They've never been on par with some of the other excellent urban/contemporary fantasy out there, but they were at least enjoyable as quick reads. This one failed to maintain even a basic level of suspense throughout the story... ...more
By Ahmad (Tehran, 28, Iran) · ★★★★☆ · February 15, 2015
Just another judgements Day (Nightside, # 9), Simon R. Green (1955)
عنوان: نایت ساید جلد نهم: رستاخیزی دیگر؛ نویسنده: سیمون آر. گرین؛ مترجم: زهره حق بین؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، ویدا، چاپ نخست 1390، در 195 ص، اندازه 14 در 21 س.م، فروست: مجموعه نایت ساید، شابک جلد 9: 9789646807839؛ شابک دوره: 9789646807... ...more
By Kristin (Duluth, MN) · ★★★★☆ · July 25, 2014
I thought this was the most interesting book in the series to date because it asked some very interesting questions about God, beliefs, and judgement through the actions of our protagonists and antagonists. Specifically, who has a right to judge other than [your] God?

The Walking Man is God's enf... ...more
By The Flooze (Astoria, NY) · ★★★★☆ · December 22, 2012
Loved it. Fast-paced, truly dark in many ways, and filled with debates over faith vs fanaticism, good vs evil, and the merits of all the levels in between.

Add to this all the changes going on in the Nightside and the series gets freshened up a bit.

These damn books are like potato chips.

::reach... ...more
By Sean (Edmond, OK) · ★★★☆☆ · March 24, 2014
I unfortunately read the series out of order, some some of the reveals in this book had already been spoiled for me. Over all, the Nightside books aren't what you'd call high brow, or even that amazingly written, but they are very entertaining, and a wonderful diversion for a day or two. It s qui... ...more