The Cure

The CureShe Was Born With The Power To Cure Now She S Developed The Power To Kill Leah DeGarmo Has The Power To Cure With Just A Touch But With Her Gift Comes Adark Side Whatever She Takes In She Has To Pass On, Or Suffer It Herself Now A Sadistic Criminal Has Discovered What She Can Do And He Ll Stop At Nothing To Control Her He Makes A Mistake, Though, When He Kills The Man She Loves, Triggering A Rage Inside Her That Releases A New Power She Didn T Know She Had The Ability To Kill Transformed Into A Demon Of Retribution, Leah Resurrects Her Lover And Embarks On A Mission To Destroy Her Enemies The Only Question Is, Does She Control Her Power Or Does It Control Her Leah DeGarmo is a veterinarian who possesses the ability to cure with a touch provided she passes the illness injury on to another This novel was filled with non stop action and plenty of graphic descriptions to keep my attention I would classify this as of a thriller than a horror novel, simply because the majority of the story centers around what happens when others discover DeGarmo s talents, and wish to retain them for their own personal gain While the pace was relentless, I have to confess to feeling that it was a little redundant beginning at about the half way point The action consequences remained much the same, only the people changed I was fascinated with Leah and her ability , especially as she started to come to terms with it while it morphed in relation to the events that were being forced upon her In that regard, I only wish we could have learned about the origin of this gift, and how she came to have it in the first place.If you re looking for fast
Review copyOpening line She was born with the power to cure Now she s developed the power to kill I m in.Leah Degarmo is a veterinarian with the power to cure with just a touch, but her gift comes with a dark side whatever she takes in she has to pass on, or suffer it herself.I ve read a number of stories recently where the principal character has interesting powers and I don t mind telling you they have all been among my favorites.The Cure is certainly a page turner and I couldn t wait to see what was going to happen next As the story grew and the pressures on our heroine mounted, so did her talents, what starts out as a simple way to help pets and their owners turns into something much terrifying.When her secret gets out and into the hands of some very bad people that s when it really hits the fan
Hard to review this one the first 40% 50% I was really into The last half I felt frustrated for the ineptitude of the main character and her inability to lock a door and get kidnapped 4 or 5 different times I lost count in the last half the book I was like damn how many times is this % going to get kidnapped in one book Get kidnapped, escape, go back home, get kidnapped, escape, go back home repeat I am used to one kidnapping in a book but this one takes the cake And there is going to be a sequel And I bet my left nut she gets kidnapped again I really felt the first half of the book was somehow believable, I was cool with Leah s ability to cure animals and passing their sickness onto someone or something else The 2nd half of the book when she suddenly gained the ability to fly, control the weather, have dark shadow s
While reading The Cure by J G Faherty, I found myself questioning the idea of miracles You don t have to be a theologian to realize everything worthwhile in our life comes with a price When the impossible happens, we acclaim it as a miracle yet in our karmic universe do we really think that which is not earned by us will not exact a payment somewhere in the future That gets us to the plot of Faherty s very exciting and pleasantly exhausting novel Leah DeGarmo is a veterinarian who at a young age discovers she has the gift to cure But her gift has a dark side What she cures goes into her and she must pass it on to another before it kills her She uses her talent by curing the animals in her clinic and passing it to older terminal ones, never using it to heal humans less someone discovers her gift yet once she is put into a public situation that forces her to save a young policeman s life, others find out and scheme to use her for their own needs As she and the officer are placed in danger, she learns about her skills and much of it is darker and terrible than she realize.Faherty doesn t miss a beat here He knows how to move the story while building the characters of his protagonists into than one dimensional fodder The heroes are likable yet vulnerable and the villains are..wellthey are fairly nasty There is a romantic tinge to the story as Leah and
Book Review originally published here Cure started out with a blast, then grabbed an interesting concept and made it even interesting and then ruined all that by offering one chase scene after the next, descending into a non stop rollercoaster of events so unbelievable they seemed laughable Leah DeGarmo, our main character, is a veterinarian with the power to cure She routinely cures animals from illnesses like cancer, or from car accident injuries and the likes The downside is though that she has to transfer the illness she took into someone or something else another person or animal, or else it destroys her from inside out She keeps cages with terminally ill, old animals just for that purpose.But when she stops at a local McDonalds and ends up in the middle of a robbery, she has to use her powers to cure a police officer, and to transfer his lethal injury to the gunman The gunman dies, the officer lives, but Leah has a lot of explaining to do Worse, the officer isn t the only one who knows her secret Leonard Marsh, a powerful man sufferi
Leah DeGarmo has the power to cure with just a touch But with her gift comes a dark side Whatever she takes in she has to pass on, or suffer it herself The start was strong I empathized with Leah How do you maintain a life for yourself with a power like that How can you have relationships but keep that secret How can you help others but not draw too much attention to yourself Who can you trust I was her
I wasn t sure where this book would go, but it took me on a pleasant journey I had expected a horror novel, but this wasn t horror though it certainly had a few graphic descriptions , I would say it s an action thriller Confession time it s not a genre that I m usually into, but this book had just enough supernatural twists and t
Cliffhanger alert I really enjoyed the beginning of this book It sucked me right in and kept me going I really enjoyed Leah as a character and her special powers and what she did with them But at about the half w
Leah DeGarmo is a healer She has maintained her secret for her entire life until one day everything falls apart and she is discovered Suddenly this small town vet finds herself on several gangs most wanted lists.This is a very fast moving moving book that I read in one day It s an an acti
Imagine you had the power to cure however seriously injured and apparently beyond help any living being that inhabits the earth That would be a wonderful gift, right Especially if you happened to be a veterinarian Dr Leah DeGarmo is just such a person Her ability to effect the Cure has helped countless numbers of her animal patients and their grateful owners But with this gift comes a curse In order to cure, she must take in the disease or injury of the one she is helping Then she has just a limited time to pass it or she will develop all the symptoms Over the years, she has developed a way of handling this It works No one is any the wiser They think their pets have recovered under her skillful care No one knows her secret Of course, that couldn t last, could it The Cure is fast paced and original As the story progresses, Leah is drawn into a deadly world where her powers are discovered by ruthless criminals of the worst kind They will stop at nothing to exploit her gift and any refusal to co oper

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  • ebook
  • 307 pages
  • The Cure
  • J.G. Faherty
  • English
  • 09 June 2018
  • 9781619226869