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The Cormorant

The Miriam Black Series
Narrated by: Emily Beresford
Length: 8 hrs and 54 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (79 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Miriam is on the road again, having transitioned from "thief"... to "killer".

Hired by a wealthy businessman, she heads down to Florida to practice the one thing she's good at, but in her vision she sees him die by another's hand and on the wall written in blood is a message just for Miriam. She's expected...

©2013 Chuck Wendig (P)2015 Audible Studios

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  • Kelly
  • Maple Grove, MN, USA
  • 02-14-15

Superb

This book was wonderful. Thank you to Mr. Wendig for portraying women in a positive way.

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  • Parcival
  • 06-16-16

Performance too up and down with volume

I grew very frustrated with the narrator as she was too pitchy. By this I mean her volume level changed every other word so when listening while on my commute it was difficult to hear that whispering thoughtful voice in Miriam's head. Story was okay, I think Miriam is done now to be honest. It did feel a little tired and was by far the least enjoyable of the three.
I love Miriam as a character but I feel that the other characters built around her in this one were pretty weak. I could appreciate the the way the three stories tied together through various links or references and it was good to see Miriam develop her power. I would also like to state that I never felt her and Louey (forgive spelling) were ever the right match so certain thoughts she has throughout weren't convincing.