Mockingbird: A Review

A few years ago I discovered Chuck Wendig through StumbleUpon, from the moment I read his article ‘Beware of Writer‘ I realized that this was a blogger I needed to follow more. It wasn’t until last year however that I finally purchased his first book Blackbirds and fell in love with the Miriam Black Trilogy.

Mockingbird picks up where Blackbirds left off, following Miriam Black and her unique ability to see when people are going to die, as she comes across a school for troubled girls and a creepy killer with a penchant for wearing a plague doctor uniform. Filled with twists and turns and the deliciously fucked up imagery one comes to expect from Chuck Wendig, it’s sure not to disappoint. As always Chuck Wendig keeps us on our toes the entire time wondering what’s going to happen next.

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