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Great new review of THE CURE at Horrornews.net

Dave Gammon of Horrornews.net give a fantastic review of THE CURE, in which he says:

"Faherty’s ability to conceal the most pivotal of heightened climaxes is unprecedented in contemporary genre writing. He keeps us guessing until the very end. Seemingly when we think we have everything figured out, he changes the questions at the last moment, making him a certifiable well-seasoned author for the ages."

Now that is the kind of review a writer loves to get!


http://horrornews.net/100175/book-review-the-cure-author-jg-faherty/

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