The Bone Curse MEDICINE HAS NO CURE FOR EVILBen Oris a pragmatic med student from Philadelphia gets cut by an old bone while touring the Paris catacombs His companion Laurette a public health student from Haiti

  • Title: The Bone Curse
  • Author: Carrie Rubin
  • ISBN: 9781940419985
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Paperback
  • MEDICINE HAS NO CURE FOR EVILBen Oris, a pragmatic med student from Philadelphia, gets cut by an old bone while touring the Paris catacombs His companion Laurette, a public health student from Haiti, senses danger and worries an evil curse now runs through him.Ben scoffs at the idea he simply has a wound that won t heal and back home he returns to his stressful clerkshMEDICINE HAS NO CURE FOR EVILBen Oris, a pragmatic med student from Philadelphia, gets cut by an old bone while touring the Paris catacombs His companion Laurette, a public health student from Haiti, senses danger and worries an evil curse now runs through him.Ben scoffs at the idea he simply has a wound that won t heal and back home he returns to his stressful clerkship at the hospital But when people close to him succumb to a grisly illness and a dark priest pursues him, his skepticism wavers Could a bone from an 18th century skeleton with a frightening history really cause modern day disease With the help of Laurette, he scrambles to find a cure through Vodou before of his loved ones die But first, he must battle the mysterious priest who s bent on vengeance and determined to have Ben s blood as his own The Bone Curse is a strong medical thriller inclusive, skillfully written, and inviting Foreword Reviews

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    1. Author Carrie Rubin lured me into the world of the occult. Logic and reason had checked out at the front door. Disarmed, I crossed the black threshold having realized I didn't know what I was getting myself into. Prepared for the worst. Instead, I got the best of what the author had to offer. Referenced the cultural distinction between Haitian vodou and Louisiana Voodoo. The narrative thrived in the menacing throes of vodou. Chilling. This character-driven storyline ushered me into the awaiting [...]

    2. Step into a world where science and dark magic battle to the death#Enter Carrie Rubin's ARC Giveaway for a chance to win a copy of THE BONE CURSEARC giveaway goes until January 21st. Here’s the link to Carrie Rubin's blog carrierubin/2018/01/08/thTwo giveaways—one for US entrants and one for international entrants!Do you believe in the unbelievable? Are you willing to admit the power of old magic and ancient beliefs can become physical manifestations? The world of medicine and the occult col [...]

    3. In Carrie Rubin's The Bone Curse (ScienceThrillers Media 2018), first in the Benjamin Oris series but third for Rubin, medical student Ben Oris is injured by an ancient bone while on vacation visiting the Parisian catacombs. Rather than healing, the puncture wound worsens. He begins to get physical symptoms like headaches and lethargy as the papulae becomes red and sore, even bleeding. Because Ben is amidst a strenuous hospital rotation with his medical student program, he ignores it, hoping it [...]

    4. So I was over perusing Netgalley and came across The Bone Curse's summary and thought that sounds really great. Well sounds great and actually being great are two totally different things; don't get me wrong the book was okay, and I use these words of opinion in the broadest sense possible, there was just something off a little about it. The storyline, or the bare bones, of this story, is pretty intriguing; bone curses and Vodou all very highly entertaining things to read about, right? Well, the [...]

    5. I read Carrie Rubin's earlier books and enjoyed them tremendously, and so I was delighted to read this one. It follows Benjamin Oris, a young medical student who injures his hand on an ancient bone in the Paris catacombs. Soon after, his loved ones begin to succumb to a mysterious illness. Ben is a rational and logical sort, dismissive of the supernatural. But with the help of his friend Laurette, he gradually uncovers mounting evidence that he is the victim of an ancient Vodou curse. He is forc [...]

    6. The bone curse is a supernatural thriller story about Ben Oris and his friend Laurette. As they go on a trip to Paris together, they visit the excursions into the catacombs. Ben touches a femur and cuts his hands causing him to show symptoms later on that are medically unsolvable.To make matters worse, what he has contracted is also contagious. Ben needs to try methods far from logic and reason in order to cure himself and his loved ones around him. Their life and the life of his unborn son beco [...]

    7. Note: I received an Advance Reader CopyNo spoilersFrom cover to finale, the author weaved a tale full of suspense and action told by well-developed and layered characters. From the start, the reader empathizes with dedicated medical student, Ben Oris and his best friend, Laurette. Within pages, the reader can sense a sinister something rising. Great characters and a story line, this book would make a fantastic movie. The Bone Curse is a must-read for anyone who enjoys a medical thriller -- Dr. R [...]

    8. I didn't expect to read this book as fast as I did! From the very beginning one is roped into the middle of a story that goes so quickly that one can barely breathe while they read. It wasn't until I finished the book that I realized the author is a physician! No wonder she knew so much about being an intern. One just felt for the main character his best friend keeps telling him that he's been cursed by a bone that scraped him while visiting the Paris catacombs. While he has a seeping wound he h [...]

    9. This book was given for free, courtesy by NetGalley.This was an interesting and a sort of new read for me, especially with the Vodou involvement. I have read another book by Carrie Rubin and fully enjoyed it, Eating Bull. However, The Bone Curse was one of those where my feelings were mixed and it had its highs and lows.For this one, I really enjoyed the medical aspect that was introduced from the beginning. I felt like I was going through Ben’s crazy schedule in hopes of becoming a surgeon. A [...]

    10. Ben is touring the famous bone filled catacombs of Paris along with Laurette, his Haitian friend. What first tried to choke the air out of him, propels him further on, disregarding the calls of Laurette to stop and turn back. One bone compels his touch and as soon as it is placated, his hand has been cut and a power surges through him.2 weeks later, he is back at the hospital where he is finishing up a residency, making his student runs. Not quite himself and the hand has not yet healed. Small d [...]

    11. Thank you to Netgalley for giving me the opportunity to read and review "The Bone Curseby Carrie Rubin". One of the most original books I have ever read. I have never read anything like it! The book centers around Ben Osiris, a young man who is an intern at the hospital. After a trip to France, Ben cuts his hand on an old bone in one of France's catacombs. Ben's life takes an interesting turn when weird events in his life start to take place. Ben is trying to decide if his cut is medical or if h [...]

    12. I received a copy of this from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I DNF this book. The blurb sounded great, but I just could not get into this book. It didn’t hold my attention and even though I tried a couple times, I ended up putting it down after a couple pages.

    13. I loved Carrie Rubin’s previous book, Eating Bull, so was delighted to get an advance copy of The Bone Curse. I wasn’t disappointed! This book grabbed me from the start and wouldn’t let go. Ben Oris is a sensible, practical medical student until he cuts his hand on a centuries-old bone in the catacombs of Paris. The cut becomes a festering wound that leads Ben into a world of Vodou curses that threatens everything he knows and everyone he loves, with only his best friend Laurette to guide [...]

    14. Benjamin Oris is a med student/construction type of protagonist. A sexy combination. No wonder women are attracted to him. He is your basic guy next door who happens to get caught up in a web involving women, a Vodou curse that goes back two hundred years, a mysterious relationship with his mother, and having his supervisor down his throat. To name a few of his problems. He wears boxers to bed, buys cheap ties and tends to have untrimmed stubble because his life is so chaotic that he hardly has [...]

    15. I could not put The Bone Curse down! The exciting plot twists and engaging characters kept me reading all day. I look forward to the next Ben Oris book!

    16. If you love a bit of mystery, history, action and throw in some voodoo, then this book ought to be on your to-read shelf. The story begins in the catacombs of Paris where Ben Oris, a medical student, is drawn by some unseen force towards a femur. He gets just a scratch from it, but his best friend and companion, Laurette, knows that there is something evil lurking and when they return to Philadelphia, and Ben's immediate relations start falling ill, then they find themselves in a race against ti [...]

    17. Riveting right from the start, we are forced deep underground the streets of Paris among the Catacombs, among the bones of 3 million, one seeks out and places a mark upon the cursed that will unleash a chain of events to the gritty streets of Philadelphia's to an inner city medical hospital where our story will play out. Philadelphia is a wonderful city with its historical heritage and modern technologies. I am well traveled and familiar with Philadephia and was transported back down those brick [...]

    18. Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The bone curse is a supernatural medical thriller story about a medical student, Ben, who gets cut by an old bone whilst touring the catacombs in Paris.His Haitian travel companion, Laurette, worries that there is more to this wound and that the bone has cursed Ben.The ever rational medical student scoffs at the idea and believes that he just has a wound that is slow to heal. However when people that [...]

    19. The Bone Curse grips you right from the very start. Benjamin Oris is seeing the sights of Paris with his very best friend, Laurette. When they visit the catacombs, Ben feels overwhlemed and compelled to examine the bones that are stacked up in one particular corridor. Against Laurette's wishes and pleading, Ben continues his examination and gets cut by one of the old bones. Back in the US, Ben continues his studies and rotations at the hospital. He starts to notice that odd things are happening [...]

    20. Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The first one hundred pages or so of The Bone Curse are intriguing. I really enjoyed the medical information presented as the main character is frantically trying to become a doctor. This gave me the initial impression that this was going to be a winner. But then came a bunch of drama. It was a bit over the top, but I was willing to keep going because I had enjoyed the previous parts of the book. The [...]

    21. I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Ben is super pragmatic, to the point where is unwillingness to listen and to believe in something intangible costs the lives of several people around him. During most of the book he headbutts his best friend and refuses to believe that there might be something amiss with himself and the world around him. He not only infects his lover, but also his ex-girlfriend, his mother, his father and the mother of his child. All of this hap [...]

    22. Thank you Netgalley and Science Thrillers Media for the ARC.When Ben injures himself at the Paris' catacombs, little does he know the rollercoaster ride he's about to enter. The initial pace of this book was too slow for me and it took me a while to get into. There are quite a few characters to get familiair with, and decisions to be made that can't be rushed. But once it clicked I couldn't stop reading. I enjoyed learning more about Haitian Vodou. While the ending is nothing too exciting, all i [...]

    23. This book was mesmerizing—I absolutely couldn’t put it down. Rubin grabs the reader on page one and carries you to the very last page. The alternative medicine uses keep the reader questioning—“is this really possible?” There’s nothing in the medical field that parallels these techniques. This is a “must read” to find new questions.

    24. I like the premise behind this imprint - mysteries with actual science behind them - but the writing in this one was clumsy. A baby is, at one point, described as suckling at a breast like a barracuda. Yes, a barracuda. I kept getting tripped up by instances like that, despite enjoying the story itself.

    25. I loved Carrie Rubin’s novel Eating Bull and couldn’t wait to read The Bone Curse. It is vastly different from Eating Bull, but still a great read. Looking forward to reading more from Carrie Rubin as she uses her medical background to write interesting and page turning thrillers!

    26. This book left me underwhelmed. It is ok, but nothing special. The plot premise was interesting but quickly fell apart. I did not connect to the MC. He is ok, but I didn't really care what happened to him. I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

    27. A little slow to start, but the action picked up a little over halfway through. Well researched and interesting, but I had a bit of trouble getting into it at times.

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