(Reviewed by Jeyran Main)
Ben Oris and his friend Laurette go to Paris together and 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 becomes at risk alongside his own. That is when this suspenseful novel begins to unravel some voodoo and medical practices that are very intriguing and amazing to read.
The Bone Curse is the second book I have read from Carrie Rubin and she certainly does not disappoint. The author has a medical background and so she uses that in her novels which make them absolutely wonderful to read.
I really enjoy the author’s literary ability to explain and describe a story. Besides the fact that her story-lines do not have loopholes, it is very obvious that she takes care of what she writes and publishes.
I recommend this book to people who revel in quality supernatural thrillers as well as those who enjoy novels in the fields of medicine and voodoo.