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The Cormorant by Chuck Wendig

The Cormorant is the third installment in Chuck Wendig’s Miriam Black series, after the excellent Blackbirds (my review) and equally excellent Mockingbird (my review). And, you know what, just to get it out of the way before we get to the meat of the matter: The … Continue reading

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The Blue Blazes by Chuck Wendig

If, like me, you were introduced to the wonderful and somewhat insane world of Chuck Wendig via Blackbirds, eagerly lapped up its sequel Mockingbird, and then found yourself desperately looking for more, well, there’s good news and bad news. The bad news—I’m … Continue reading

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Giveaway winners: Mockingbird

The winners of this week’s giveaway, who will each get a copy of Chuck Wendig’s excellent novel Mockingbird (my review) courtesy of Angry Robot, are: Jax B. of Suffolk, U.K. Tim M. of Pickerington, OH Congratulations to the winners, and … Continue reading

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Mockingbird by Chuck Wendig

Here’s my review of Mockingbird by Chuck Wendig. Thanks to the publisher’s generosity, I have two copies of this excellent novel to give away to readers in the US, Canada and the EU. Details on how to enter the giveaway … Continue reading

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Blackbirds by Chuck Wendig

Miriam is a drifter with an unusual gift: when she touches someone skin to skin, she sees a brief vision of the circumstances of that person’s death. It could be decades into the future or later the same day. Some … Continue reading

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