Dammit, Starz’ Miriam Black TV show adaptation seems to be dead. Author Chuck Wendig just gave notice that Starz had chosen not to bring his foul-mouthed, self-destructive, mystical death-seer to series. Although Wendig does have some good news—the last four books in the Blackbirds series will arrive in rapid…
Miriam Black has returned, along with her unpleasant precognitive power to see the time and manner of death of any person she touches. She's trying to settle into a normal life, but when she discovers a group of girls will be brutally murdered by a serial killer, she can't stay on the sidelines.
In Chuck Wendig's new novel Blackbirds, protagonist Miriam Black is a young woman with a superpower. Only, it's a terrible superpower – when she touches someone, she can see the exact date, time and method of their death, in a vivid and morbid vision. And there's nothing she can do about it.