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Publisher Description

#1 New York Times bestselling author Terry Goodkind reinvents the paranormal thriller with a provocative, page-turning confrontation with true evil.

In the wake of her brother's brutal murder, Kate Bishop has a lot of questions. Why was her brother keeping a man chained in his cellar? What was his relationship with the detective now leading the investigation into his death? Could his murder be connected to the death of their reclusive uncle two weeks earlier?

One man, the enigmatic author of a book called A Brief History of Evil contacts Kate saying he has the answers to her questions – answers that will expose her to the nature of true evil. Kate, he says, has a hidden talent, a talent that has marked her for death at the hands of humanity's super-predators...

An explosive mix of action and suspense, Nest is a dangerous journey to the back alleys of the darknet, to the darkest corners of our minds, and to the very origins of what it is to be human – a place few have ventured and fewer still have survived.

What people are saying about NEST:

'Nest is a chilling ride. It was so vivid in description it was hair-raising'

'Spine-chilling, gritty, and hands down one of the best thrillers I've read this year'

'I highly recommend this edge-of-your-seat thriller, I was hooked from the very beginning'

'If you aren't a heroic fantasy fan, you will be after this. An absolute must'

Crime & Thrillers
15 November
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Customer Reviews

Mr GPD ,

Gripping read

This Author manages to send you on an emotional ride with lots of twists and turns...
A wonderful read, that leaves you wanting the next instalment... and isn't that what a good book should do....

Obleisk ,

The nest

Not sure what to make of this,the story line was good though a little improbable and a lot of the time the lengthy explanations by jack became tedious if I was not able to speed read I doubt I would have finished the story.

RollyPollyColeyWoley ,


Uneducated ranting in place of character dialogue.

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