In the sixth and final thriller of the ?wildly entertaining? (Kirkus Reviews) Miriam Black series, Miriam tries to break the curse of her powers, but first she must face The Trespasser a final time. Still reeling from the events of The Raptor and the Wren, Miriam must confront two terrifying discoveries: the Trespasser now has the power to inhabit the living as well as the In the sixth and final thriller of the ?wildly entertaining? (Kirkus Reviews) Miriam Black series, Miriam tri...

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Author:Chuck Wendig
ISBN:Miriam Black #6
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Edition Language:English
Number of Pages:416 pages pages

Vultures Reviews

  • Erica
    Mar 16, 2019
    An enjoyable ending to the Miriam Black series. ...
  • Josh
    May 05, 2019
    "Everyone dies around me". Her very presence is like a taste of slow poison. She's radioactive; a walking, talking, singing, dancing slice of Chernobyl. Chuck Wendig sure knows how to mess with his readers emotions. The conclusion of the Miriam Black series is satisfying and loaded ...
  • Skip
    Feb 13, 2019
    For anyone who has not read the Miriam Black series, it's pretty wacky and wonderful, but don't start with Vultures as there are too many backstories to understand context. Miraculously, Miriam is pregnant despite a womb that was wrecked in a teenage miscarriage. But, her lover Louis i...
  • Franklin
    Jan 28, 2019
    What an ending it is! I'm not really sure how I stumbled across Miriam Black. A suggestion. An interesting cover on a book. Scrolling through Amazon. But I am a happy reader because of the discovery. The end brings sadness because it is over. There won't be another book to anxio...
  • Steve
    Feb 05, 2019
    Sad to get to the end of this series! ...
  • Zen Bookworm
    Apr 20, 2019
    I'm sorry to see this series end, but absolutely thankful I found it and got to enjoy every page. I'll be honest, this one was hard for me to read, given how Miriam has changed in this book (trying not to give spoilers). It makes things in her life much more complicated, but she is str...
  • Brandon
    Feb 01, 2019
    With Vultures, Wendig takes the entirety of his six book saga and culminates it with a high-stakes chase against fate. We pick up with Miriam after the catastrophic events of The Raptor and The Wren. Newly pregnant and on the run, Miriam is getting ready for a final showdown with her t...
  • Drew
    Mar 20, 2019
    Fate finds a way, as do so many of Miriam's last remaining enemies and allies. It's the endgame, the big showdown, the last hurrah, and it's a good one. ...
  • Sjgomzi
    Jan 27, 2019
    A spectacular and perfect ending to one of my favorite series. Chuck Wendig saved the best for last. I was on the edge of my seat till the very end, and a tear or two may have been shed. :) loved it! ...
  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    Jan 10, 2019
    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum And so, it?s over. After six books, Miriam Black has her conclusion, and I?m trying to deal with a lot of different thoughts and feelings all competing for my attention. Obviously, there?s elation, be...
  • Soo
    Mar 17, 2019
    *Need to Review Notes: Lots of great stuff about pregnancy. Lots of cool & bizarre events per normal. Floppy Ta Da? I'm not sure how I feel about the way it all comes down in the end. It's either a 3.5 or 4 star book. ...
  • Hacen
    Feb 16, 2019
    Actual Rating: 4.5 ...
  • Amy
    Apr 06, 2019
    Wow. I picked up and read the first in this series, Blackbirds, in 2014 and was immediately hooked. It had everything I liked in a book: horror, raunch, imaginatively profane language, blood, squick-inducing descriptions, a bad-ass, female anti-hero, and the promise of more to come. ...
  • Susan
    Feb 03, 2019
    The perfect ending to a brilliant series. I've loved these books from Chapter 1 of Book 1 and not once in six books felt disappointed in the story or in my book BFF, Miriam Black. ...
  • Mindi
    Feb 21, 2019
    I read the first book Blackbirds in the Miriam Black series in 2017. I was instantly in love with Miriam and hooked on her story. That book was originally published in 2012, so I was late to the party. My friend Sadie (@mother.horror) was absolutely raving about it, so I knew I needed ...
  • Mimi Schweid
    Feb 01, 2019
    I loved this book from start to finish. I will continue to treasure this fantastic series and make as many of my friends and strangers I come across read this fantastic fucking world that is the Miriam Black series. This book tied up everything SO WELL. I loved the themes and the way t...
  • Jaye
    Feb 17, 2019
    I discovered the Miriam Black series in 2013. It was gritty and grungy, a quality I have come to enjoy in my fantasy fiction. It works in really fantastical work like that of Joe Abercrombie and Richard K Morgan, so it stands to reason that it might work in a setting closer to real lif...
  • Steven
    Feb 11, 2019
    While the previous entry wasn't my favorite of the series, this entry stepped back up to being more along the same lines as the rest of the series... which is good, because this is the very last one! Miriam Black's story has reached its conclusion, and honestly, I think Wendig did a...
  • Emily
    Jan 27, 2019
    "We're both as good as we can be, and as bad as we are." The Miriam Black series has ended. If you haven't read these books yet, you are seriously missing out. This series is so damn entertaining, and Chuck Wendig wrapped it up well. I was anxious and excited to get into this book, ...
  • Holly (The Grimdragon)
    May 20, 2019
    "Miriam is bound to an exam table. She is clothed. Her feet are in stirrups, bound there with a cruel swaddling of duct tape, the ankles elevated above her head. Her hands are fixed to a set of bedrails, also with tape--so much tape, it bulges, like a nodule, a tumor. Her arm, where th...
  • Jennifer Wheeler
    May 10, 2019
    This final book has a surprising amount of editing mistakes...but I throughly enjoyed the entire series, from start to finish. I?ve said it before, and I?ll say it again - Miriam is the perfect anti-hero: she?s foul-mouthed, irreverent, and often makes terribly selfish choices. T...
  • Deb Martin
    Mar 18, 2019
    I uttered a few Miriam-like comments at the author when I thought he had led us to a Bob Newhart ending. Seriously, WTF, Chuck!? But I should?ve given him more credit, as the actual ending is reasonably satisfying and sufficiently untidy, in keeping with the total catastrophe Miriam ...
  • Amy Braun
    Feb 05, 2019
    This was one of the wildest chapters in Miriam Black's history, and that is saying something. There was no shortage of violence and bloodshed (seriously, there was one point that will stick with me for a loooooong time), and the emotional journey Miriam went on was ultimately the bigge...
  • Sadie Hartmann Mother Horror
    Mar 07, 2019
    Sitting here in front of my laptop after just finishing the sixth and final book in the Miriam Black series and I'm experiencing a mixed bag of emotions. First, I've said this countless times all over social media but I'd like it to be officially on the record: The Miriam Black serie...
  • Beau North
    Mar 11, 2019
    As good of an ending as I could have pictured for Miriam. ...
  • Paul
    Feb 05, 2019
    The final book in the Miriam Black series doesn't quite hold together as well as the previous entries but it does manage to stick the landing fairly well. The same basic pattern is here - Miriam is forced to chase a murderer and change the fate of the person she sees die - but it...
  • Bradley
    Oct 15, 2018
    It's all over! ? Review to come! ...
  • Neil Bullock
    Feb 03, 2019
    ?I think I have a plan.? ?Is it a motherfucking plan?? ?I don?t . . . I don?t know what that means.? I admit, I kind of lost my way with this series. I thought the first three books were really good, but I read them back to back. Then I had to start waiting f...
  • Sheela
    Jan 24, 2019
    Thank you sir for the wild ride that is Miriam Black. I was so nervous and excited going into this one, as the series can be so unpredictable. I do believe he wrapped it up well enough to satisfy everyone. I wouldn't say this was my absolute favorite of the series but it does it all ju...
  • Rachel Kunde
    Mar 19, 2019
    Miriam has come a long way and all the parts we love about her are here in this book, but at the same time it just didn?t have the pace of the previous books. There was a lot of dragging things out up until about three quarters of the way through and then things felt rushed from ther...