- US Edition
Intense and thrilling, a companion novel and sequel to FRACTURE, set a year after that story and this time told from Decker's perspective.
Everyone says Falcon Lake is cursed. After all, Delaney nearly died there, and Troy really did. And even Carson died covered in water, even if everyone knows that was really just melted snow.
Decker doesn’t believe all the talk about curses, and he pretty much buys into Delaney’s statistical theory – that every year a certain number of people in any given town are bound to die. He certainly doesn’t join in when people look at Delaney in that suspicious way – like she has something to do with all the trouble. Like she doesn’t just predict who’s going to die – like she may actually be involved.
Decker has always loved Delaney. But when she comes to his house and backs away from his dad, pale faced and weird, everything changes. Because Decker’s father has an appointment coming with death, and Delaney never said a word.
Whatever the truth about Delaney, aren’t there some things that are unforgiveable?
Megan Miranda’s VENGEANCE, a companion novel and sequel to FRACTURE, told from Decker’s perspective, in which the lake that claimed victims appears to be cursed as more tragedy unfolds, raising the question of whether Delaney’s strange affinity with the dying is something even more sinister,
US/Canada: Walker (Winter 2014)
Megan Miranda studied Biology and Anthropology at M.I.T. where she won awards in bioengineering. She worked in biotechnology for several years before teaching high-school Science. She is the author of a number of novels for young adults and adults, published by Bloomsbury, Crown (Random House) and Simon & Schuster. Her adult debut, ALL THE MISSING GIRLS, was a top title of 2016 and featured on the New York Times and Publishers Weekly bestseller lists for many weeks, as well as the extended USA Today bestseller list. THE PERFECT STRANGER followed in 2017, and THE LAST HOUSE GUEST also hit the NYT bestseller list in 21019. THE GIRL FROM WIDOW HILLS follows in 2020.
She has a young family and lives in North Carolina.