Warning: If you are expecting an in-depth review of this book with complete character analysis and a detailed plot summary, you’ve come to the wrong place. If, however, you’re looking for a simple directive to read an outstanding book, then carry on.
Let me also preface this very short, brief review by saying that you really must read Brenda’s debut novel, Behind the Falls. Yes, it’s the precursor to this outstanding story. And no, it’s not imperative to understanding and loving Cure. But it will help you fall in love with the characters even more.
This is a story of love and loss, things that we are all familiar with. Love never comes easy, but then most things worth having never do. And young love, teen love especially, is that much more difficult. There are tears and there are smiles. There are lives lost and lives saved. And there’s closure, of some sort at least. Yes, you’ll recognize many of the characters from the first story. And you’ll meet some new ones.
And that’s all you’re going to get. I’ve never been one to write a synopsis of a story and call it a review, but I do usually give a bit more than you’re getting with this one. But I just can’t with this one. You’ll just have to trust me. Read Behind the Falls. And then read this one.
Buy It Now: Cure