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The Cure [Ebook] ➭ The Cure ➬ J.G. Faherty – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk She 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 pas She 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 uestion is does she control her power or does it control her.


10 thoughts on “The Cure

  1. Kimberly Kimberly says:

    Leah DeGarmo is a veterinarian who possesses the ability to cure with a touch provided she passes the illnessinjury 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 actionconseuences 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 placeIf you're looking for fast paced action you'll find plenty of that here The ending was a little predictable in my opinion but others may disagree with thatRecommended


  2. Frank Errington Frank Errington says:

    Review copyOpening lineShe was born with the power to cure Now she's developed the power to kill I'm inLeah 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 herselfI'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 favoritesThe 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 terrifyingWhen her secret gets out and into the hands of some very bad people that's when it really hits the fan but by the story's end when things seem to be calming down they are actually much worse than everWith just a small suspension of disbelief the plausibility of everything else is rather simple and there is an overall feeling of helplessness throughout Every time you think you've seen the worst that could happen something even worse happens FunI get the feeling the end is not really the end although I have not seen any word on plans for a seuel there is plenty left to be exploredThe Cure is available in paperback and ebook formats from Samhain Horror through their website and comRecommended


  3. David Church David Church says:

    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 seuel 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 smoke around her felt like something out of Chris Claremont's X Men run Which is cool if I am reading a super hero mag kind of iffy and somehow didn't really fit for me in the last half of the book


  4. Marvin Marvin says:

    While reading The Cure by J G Faherty I found myself uestioning 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 realizeFaherty 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 arewellthey are fairly nasty There is a romantic tinge to the story as Leah and her new officer friend John learn about each other and become enmeshed in seemingly unending peril Yet for the most part The Cure is pure supernatural suspense thriller with a good portion of horror thrown in to scare you It is a great summer read but as mentioned at the beginning it does seem to evoke some interesting themes as we find out about her powers and discover others' reactions to what could either be a tool for good or a weapon Here are some other points to ponder Does our talents make us what we are? Does the way we use our talents forever mold us into what we become or can we reverse it if we choose? Is Free Will a gift or is Free Will a bitch?So what I find in The Cure is an enthralling supernatural thriller that is a entertaining roller coaster ride but with a little philosophical leprechaun that keeps poking me in the ribs while I enjoy my roller coaster ride of a read I like that feeling and I think you will too


  5. Theresa Braun Theresa Braun says:

    If you are up for a relentless thrill ride buckle up when opening this book Faherty wastes no time getting us in the thick of the action And we’re ready to care about DeGarmo who has a soft spot for animals and wants to save as many of them as she can We get the sense that her moral compass is working overtime which is why she has isolated herself from most people She knows she needs to guard her special powers because they have the potential to make her life uber drama filled Which is exactly what happens when she saves a cop John at a local fast food restaurant Her secret is out and soon every bad guy in town wants a piece of her supernatural abilities It’s also when DeGarmo’s moral compass is tested to its limits From there it’s one bumpy ride after another—the point in which to grab that seatbeltWhat works in this novel? The pacing and the descriptions especially when DeGarmo uses her abilities Faherty ups the ante throughout as she discovers what she’s really capable of Her transformations are gloriously disturbing and the carnage she wreaks is on epic levels For me these are the shining moments in the book Everything is so crisp and clear—so skillfully depicted I also enjoyed the moral ambiguity of the story Not everything is black and white or merely life and death All those lines get wonderfully fuzzyMy only critiue is that the number of kidnappings feels excessive And poor John I won’t spoil anything here but damn He really hangs in there which proves he must have a deep authentic love for DeGarmo I have to suspend my disbelief in regards to their relationship which I’m willing to doThe ending? I personally didn’t expect it and was actually hoping for a different outcome but that doesn’t really bother me one bit And there are loose ends that leave things open for a seuel one I hope gets written I’d really love to see of a backgroundexplanation for the origin of DeGarmo’s powers Hint hint Faherty


  6. Majanka Majanka says:

    Book Review originally published here Cure started out with a blast then grabbed an interesting concept and made it even interesting and thenruined 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 purposeBut 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 suffering from an incurable illness and his henchmen have discovered her secret as well and want to use it for their own gain Within days several different factions are on the lookout for Leah and want to use her powers for different purposes from elliminating their enemies to prolonging their own life Meanwhile they threaten her that if she doesn’t comply they’ll hurt the officer she saved a man she finds herself falling for rapidly Will Leah be able to escape the clutches of the people who want to control her? And can she do so without succumbing to the dark side of her power?I have no trouble believing Leah has supernatural powers – after all that’s the premise of the book and in fiction pretty much anything is possible But with this set up the conseuences have to be believable too and they just aren’t Within days of Leah’s secret being exposed to a handful of people just about everyone on that side of the planet is trying to capture her That made the story not only very repetitive but also extremely unbelievable As for the repetitiveness the same things happened over and over again Leah gets captured they threaten to hurt someone to make her comply she narrowly escapes and repeatThe book should be a horror novel but it’s not really scary at all The main character is uniue though and has some interesting abilities – which is a definite plus – but there’s nothing scary about her or about the people out to hurt herSo in short I liked the premise and the start but lost most of my interest halfway through I did finish the book though but for completion’s sake than anything else


  7. Eva Eva says:

    In this thriller from JG Faherty Leah DeGarmo is a veterinarian who has the uniue ability to cure humans and animals of everything from gunshot wounds and broken bones to cancer The only catch is that she has to transfer the sickness to someone another human or another animal because if she doesn't expel it from herself and transfer it elsewhere she will get stuck with the illness and can die It doesn't take long for the wrong kind of people to find out she can do this after an exciting inciting incident at a McDonald's She saves the life of a police officer John and they become romantically involved but both of their limits are severely tested in this book Toward the second half of the book there are surprises including some new unexpected side effects that keep things interesting Overall The Cure is an entertaining novel that will keep the reader guessing as to what will happen next The reader will feel Leah's torment and emotional conflicts very vividly as well as John's which I thought enhanced the story Although I won't spoil the ending this is the kind of book where a seuel could easily come about should the author wish to continue the story If you like tightly plotted and fast paced thrillers with supernatural elements you will enjoy this book


  8. Kesha Kesha says:

    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 herselfThe 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 here for it all but OMG scene after scene of kidnapdangershootingbeatingsupernatural It wore me out Worse it made me stop caring How many times do you have to get kidnapped before you STOP OPENING THE DOOR WITHOUT SEEING WHO IT IS? I was exhausted and over it by the end There was a pretty big happening but I couldn't muster the energy to do than take note 25 stars


  9. Chantal Noordeloos Chantal Noordeloos says:

    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 turns to keep me interested The protagonist was a fascinating person and I really liked how she used her powers Her love for animals was really a nice touch to her personality The Cure is a fast paced story that really keeps you on the edge of your seat Definitely recommended for readers who like action packed stories and have a special love for animals


  10. Illustrious Illusions Illustrious Illusions says:

    Cliffhanger alertI 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 way point the story seemed to become repetitive and didn't keep my interest as well I wasn't expecting to cliffhanger at the end and it kind of knocked me for a loop lol


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