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Mockingbird by Chuck Wendig

Say it isn’t so! The second novel in the Miriam Black series opens with our heroine jockeying the register of some terrible shore-store on Long Beach Island. She now spends her days swiping cheap flip-flops, bags of pretzels, and plastic … Continue reading

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Blackbirds by Chuck Wendig

It’s hard to find a well-written female character, especially when the author is a man. They’re usually these comic book amalgamations, all unnaturally curved with little personality. Sometimes they have the flexibility and fight of Kate Beckinsale’s Selene from the … Continue reading

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