The Raptor & the Wren

The Raptor & the Wren Review

Official Amazon description:
In the fifth book of the “wildly entertaining” (Kirkus Reviews) Miriam Black series, Miriam continues her journey to find answers on how to change her fate and begin to make right some of what she’s done wrong.

Armed with new knowledge that suggests a great sacrifice must be made to change her fate, Miriam continues her quest and learns that she must undo the tragedies of her past to move forward.

One such tragedy is Wren, who is now a teen caught up in a bad relationship with the forces that haunt Miriam and has become a killer, just like Miriam. Black must try to save the girl, but what’s ahead is something she thought impossible…

Description from Chuck Wendig's blog:

Miriam Black, in lockstep with death, continues on her quest to control her own fate in The Raptor and the Wren, the brand-new fifth book in the Miriam Black series.

Having been desperate to rid herself of her psychic powers, Miriam now finds herself armed with the solution -- a seemingly impossible one. But Miriam’s past is catching up to her, just as she’s trying to leave it behind. A copy-cat killer has caught the public's attention. An old nemesis is back from the dead. And Louis, the ex she still loves, will commit an unforgivable act if she doesn't change the future.

Miriam knows that only a great sacrifice is enough to counter fate. Can she save Louis, stop the killer, and survive?

Hunted and haunted, Miriam is coming to a crossroads, and nothing is going to stand in her way, not even the Trespasser.

Title:The Raptor & the Wren
Edition Language:English

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  • Steven

    Thanks to Saga Press and Netgalley for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review!I'm floored that a book that was mostly filler could be so much fun! I mean, fun isn't really the best ...

  • Sadie Mother Horror

    First, I'd like to thank the author for a personalized advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.Second, I want everyone to know how difficult it was not to read this in one stretch. I restricted...

  • Brandon

    Following the death of her Mother, Miriam is squatting in her home in Florida liberating the recently deceased of their now useless medication. All this changes when a figure from her past arrives on ...

  • Emily

    "Fuck you, dude, you have no idea what we 'girls' can do. We wanna kill a man with a chainsaw, we kill a man with a chainsaw."I think this book may have ripped my heart out. Gahhhhhhhhh. The Miriam Bl...

  • Skip

    Miriam heads north from Florida to her old stomping grounds to find out why someone is killing people in the same ways she did (to save lives), leaving behind the people about whom she cares the most:...

  • Bradley

    Holy. Shit. Review to come once I process what I've just read....

  • Mindi

    Five books in, and I'm so invested in Miriam's story that I never want this series to end! But alas, it will, and way too soon for my liking. Having said that, I'm also excited to check out Wendig's o...

  • Brittany Constable

    I'd recommend re-reading the rest of the series before diving into this one if it's been a while. This is where everything starts to loop back on itself, and details (some of them pretty minor) from e...

  • Joy

    I think this series has gotten better with the introduction of more strange supernatual twists. It's not a happy story, major characters die often and sometimes twice. The humor keeps it from being to...

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