Featured Official Review: The Bone Curse by Carrie Rubin

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Re: Featured Official Review: The Bone Curse by Carrie Rubin

Post by Kalin Adi » 14 Aug 2018, 13:42

The author really chose well the background for this story, two complete opposite, medicine and black magic. I personally do not like to read about black magic, especially voodoo because it is related to demons, and I want nothing to do with them. Thanks for sharing your ideas about this book.

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Post by Jennifer Fernandez » 17 Aug 2018, 17:50

This book sounds really good. Your review and comments about Voodoo made me curious about this book.
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Post by aysher012 » 11 Oct 2018, 06:44

This is just d book am looking for black magic and curses this sound interesting,thanks for the review.I must make time out of my busy schedule to read it.

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Post by sonya01 » 11 Oct 2018, 08:26

You have given this book such a hearty endorsement, that I feel compelled to read it. I adore books like this and am left wondering how Benjamin manages to sort this out, if at all. Carrie Rubin sounds like an author we need to look out for in future. Many thanks for an excellent review.

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Post by Ab001 » 11 Oct 2018, 15:30

A book That remind me of a novel called the bone collector.captivating review.

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Post by Sumra Abbas » 13 Oct 2018, 13:35

Any writing that is based upon logical and argumentative discourse has a great appeal to me. And this book is indeed a great food for this kind of appetite.

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Post by Kajori50 » 15 Oct 2018, 05:08

I was hooked from the very begining of the review. This seems like a fast-paced read with an unusual combination of vodoo and medical thriller.

Thank you for the amazing review.

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Post by joel18 » 15 Oct 2018, 07:01

Sounds interesting,its my first time to read a review that is about a curse that caught my attention and got my energy regain to read reviews,thanks

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Post by srensch1 » 15 Oct 2018, 17:23

First rate review. You describe a book I could become immersed in, and I like that. Will put on my shelf.

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Post by Theresam » 16 Oct 2018, 17:21

Thank you for the great review. This book sounds very interesting. Black magic and medicine are interesting topics for this author to tackle and I am adding this book to my reading list

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Post by fernsmom » 18 Oct 2018, 22:09

You wrote a great review. Unless someone really disliked this genre I can't imaging anyone not wanting to check this book out. The Vodou (or voodoo), the mystery, fast-moving, just seems like something I would like to read. Especially note worthy is the fact you said may be the best edited book you've read from Online Book Club. The last book I read from Online Book Club that I reviewed I still gave a 3 out of 4 stars but it was definitely not edited well. A lot of mistakes to where it was very distracting. Thanks for your review!

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Post by JHuschle519 » 20 Oct 2018, 00:05

Wow, it sounds like this book had quite the effect on you. It's not often I see a review with such passion behind it. I know I've certainly never written one. Makes me think I need to step up my game :D . After reading this review I will definitely be adding this one to my reading list. Thanks!

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Post by Debjani Ghosh » 20 Oct 2018, 03:55

Benjamin is strongly built character, sticking to his beliefs and not easily led astray despite the signs slapping him in the face.
I like how you used the words "signs slapping him in the face". Great review. I am eager to check out this book myself. Thanks for the review.

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Post by HollandBlue » 20 Oct 2018, 07:11

What an enthusiastic review! I trust your opinion, and am adding this book to my shelves right away.
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Post by isaiah best2 » 20 Oct 2018, 12:38

That is a very good review about that book, Benjamin Orie finally God a misterious papule on his forhead just by tourching a bone, that is very serious, despit he is a self decipline person watchful and careful, that means we must be extra always every careful in all things only God the perfect master.

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