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    Available in PDF Format | Thunderbird (Miriam Black).pdf | English
    Chuck Wendig(Author)
In the fourth installment of the Miriam Black series, Miriam heads to the southwest in search of another psychic who may be able to help her understand her curse, but instead finds a cult of domestic terrorists and the worst vision of death she s had yet. Miriam is becoming addicted to seeing her death visions, but she is also trying out something new: Hope. She is in search of another psychic who can help her with her curse, but instead finds a group of domestic terrorists in her deadliest vision to date."

Chuck Wendig is a novelist, screenwriter, and game designer. He's the author of many published novels, including but not limited to: Blackbirds, The Blue Blazes, the YA Heartland series, and the New York Times bestselling series Star Wars: Aftermath. He is co-writer of the short film Pandemic and the Emmy Award-nominated digital narrative Collapsus. Wendig has contributed over two million words to the game industry. He is also well known for his profane-yet-practical advice to writers, which he dispenses at his blog, TerribleMinds.com, and through several popular ebooks, including The Kick-Ass Writer, published by Writers Digest. He currently lives in the forests of Pennsyltucky with wife, tiny human, and dog.

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  • PDF | 400 pages
  • Chuck Wendig(Author)
  • Saga Press (1 Mar. 2017)
  • English
  • 5
  • Science Fiction & Fantasy
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  • By Cam Mezé on 16 April 2017

    The Miriam Black series is one of my favourite series and Miriam herself is an interesting, wonderful character to explore. I enjoy this journey we as readers get to experience with her and I'm so happy she's back. I highly recommend this series.This series is a dark, wickedly smart, enthralling and humorous set of novels. It has short, sharp digestible chapters, which keep you gripped, wanting more and at times irritated that you have to sleep because all you want to do is continue reading. Chuck Wendig embraces the power of great storytelling. This series centres on Miriam Black, a twenty-something drifter with the ability to see how and when people die with just skin-to-skin contact. Her life is rough and wild (that’s putting it mildly), but she is a complex, unique, compelling character. You feel for Miriam at times being plagued with this power.These are novels (and the series overall) with momentum that makes for an enjoyable, glued to your hand kind of read with gritty, vivid descriptions that at times can be brutal. It’s not for the faint-hearted, but swallow it, drown it, shove it in a box, bury it at the bottom of the ocean, blow it up in space, because these books are worth the read, and all of this and more continues in Thunderbird, the fourth book in the Miriam Black series.Thunderbird by Chuck Wendig is an intense, wild ride with thrilling character development, raw tooth-and-nail action and a plot that draws you in, keeps you there until the very last word and leaves you with the most sweetest, seductive, teasing ending. That ending will keep you wondering and enjoying long after you've finished the book, and will have you counting down the days until the next book in the series (The Raptor & The Wren) is out.‬I thought The Cormorant (the third book in the series) was my favourite, but Thunderbird knocked it out of the park.‪I can't wait for the next instalment.

  • By R on 6 April 2017

    Brilliant to have Miriam back! Everything great about the previous three books in the series ramped up to 11. Can't wait for book 5.

  • By Always Trust In Books on 6 March 2017

    Miriam Black is back! On the path to rid herself of a curse, Miriam discovers that her power has more to offer than she thought.Miriam Black is attempting to be healthy. Running, cutting out cigarettes and participating in a relationship. That all goes to hell when. while out on a run, she encounters a woman with a young boy fleeing an unseen threat. Upon touching the woman, she has a vision of both of their deaths. Using her new (and badass) powers Miriam manages to narrowly avoid death. The woman and the boy escape with Miriam's car and she is left alone in the desert. Just another day in the life of a cursed soul.Miriam is desperate to hold onto her sanity. Her power and/or curse is driving her insane. Louis is getting married. She is becoming addicted to seeing people's deaths, it makes her feeling both meaningful and powerful. The search for Mary Stitch, a woman who can supposedly rid her of the death visions, is never-ending and past events are forever hanging over her. But we all know that Miriam Black won't take this sitting down, she has given up so much to get to this point, and the fight is not over yet.Thunderbird follows several key plots all flowing alongside each other. Miriam's quest to rid herself of her power. Protecting a young boy (who has a powerful and unknown curse) from a group of hunters. Discovering the extent of Miriam's power. Fighting Ethan and his band of people with powers of their own. I really enjoyed each and every story-line that CW included. I constantly found myself wanting to know ahead of time what happens. The intensity and tooth-and-nail action is electrifying. Each hit that Miriam takes to her body and soul just fuels the readers anticipation of a hellfire revenge plot.Chuck Wendig has written such a brilliant series and I am so glad it is being made into a TV show. Miriam Black is pure genius, she is cocksure, badass, ridiculously funny and broken to the core. I think that everyone can relate to her in someway because she has seen it all and is still going on strong. CW style mixes intriguing plot design, graphic imagery and relentless humour to carry the reader through to the conclusion of Thunderbird, which as always is both satisfying and keeps me wanting more.I love the fact that Chuck Wendig is so tuned into to this series, even though it seems he always has 100 things going on at once. Crafting new dynamics, conflicts, brilliant characters, foreshadowing, jumping timelines and creating perfect psychopath villains. If you have never picked up a MB book then please start from the beginning as jumping in at this stage probably won't be as enjoyable. Thunderbird is for readers who enjoy thrilling fiction that mixes humour with fantasy/magic and graphic violence.I only have one complaint about Thunderbirds, and this centres around the repetitive or lengthy sections of pain and/ordiscomfort that Miriam suffers. I know that it is required to build up the atmosphere and prepare the reader for Miriam's comeback, but at times it was grating and I was desperate for the story to move on from it. That said, if you can cope with prolonged periods of anguish, Thunderbird (or the entire series in fact) is worth your time and money.Miriam Black is all about the ferocity of nature. Knowing the unknowable, which is something we all wish we could do. I have given Thunderbird 5/5 stars because CW is so dedicated to his craft. The plot is filled with great story-lines. The characters are memorable. The overall world that Miriam occupies is always expanding and I certainly look forward to the next two instalments.

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