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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Malthus Revisited: The Cup of Wrath by Lin Wilder follows Morgan Gardner, a teenager unlike any other around her. She has an exceptional skill; she can talk to animals, only this is something that she does not share with anyone else. For a very long time, she kept this secret to herself, but she takes a chance on Dr. Lindsey McCall and tells her the truth. Lindsey is doing everything that she can to help her, but her own life is at a standstill with her biological daughter and an old enemy coming back into their lives with a plan that has the potential to end the world as we know it. What can Lindsey do? Can she help Morgan, bond with her daughter and end this threat against humanity?
Malthus Revisited: The Cup of Wrath by Lin Wilder is a dystopian novel that is the perfect example of a thriller and a mystery all rolled into one. This is the fourth novel in the series; however, I had no issues with catching up or finding my rhythm. The novel follows multiple story lines, but the author handles them with great care and artistry. Lin Wilder did an amazing job in showing different stories and making them all connect perfectly. Fast paced and tremendously developed, the story is riveting. The novel has compelling characters, especially Lindsey and Morgan. These two women are depicted to be strong, emotional, both fighters and human. I enjoyed the fact that they were as close to reality as possible. They seemed to come to life on the pages and I thoroughly enjoyed their journey and their progress. And don’t even start me on the end!!! This book is simply amazing.