The Kure

The Kure Review

"In vain thou shall use many medicines, but thou shalt not be kured. And even though you search for a virgin to lay upon her balm, there is no healing for you. You multiply your remedies in vain as your cries fill the earth, and you will stumble, one over the other, and both will fall down together." - The Book of Eternal Regret

John Tyler, a young man in his early twenties, awakens to find a ghastly affliction taking over his body. When the village doctor offers the conventional, and potentially disfiguring, treatment as the only cure, John tenaciously convinces the doctor to reveal an alternative remedy—a forbidden ritual contained within an ancient manuscript called the Kure.

Although initially rejecting the vile and sinister rite, John realizes, too late, that the ritual is more than a faded promise scrawled on a page of crumbling paper. And as cure quickly becomes curse, the demonic text unleashes a dark power that drives him to consider the unthinkable—a depraved and wicked act requiring the corruption of an innocent soul.

Ultimately, John must choose between his desperate need to arrest the plague that is destroying his body, and the virtue of the woman he loves, knowing the wrong decision could cost him his life.

Due to mature content, this book is best suited for a Mature YA/New-Adult or Adult reader.

Title:The Kure
Edition Language:English

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    Mysteriously Intriguing!This story was a very interesting and intriguing story that holds a mysterious witchery and magical power that will keep you drawn to the end of the story. The story grabbed my...

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    Out of the three books of Jaye’s that I have read so far this is more the type of book that I mainly read. It is an adult story with dark overtones. I would not recommend this book for anyone who is...

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    Paranormal-occult romance. ---WOW. That's one word to describe this book. It was so hard to put down, the story was very intriguing, unique but not as dark or demonic as I expected when I first read t...

  • Bruce Sarte

    When I first started this book, I wasn’t exactly sure what I was getting into, but as I found myself turning the pages, there was no way I could tear myself away from this story. This was one of the...

  • Jen

    Wow! I'm not sure how to review this book - lol It was very .. Deep, Very disturbing and very heart wrenching all at the same time. I hated it. but I loved it - I was so disgusted by it, and yet I cou...

  • Jackie

    Book Synopsis Forbidden by law and denounced as an abomination by the church, the Kure has been hidden for centuries...John Tyler has never met Sarah Sheridan, but he knows he must find her, and some...

  • Denise

    The Kure by Jaye Frances (Goodreads Author) Synopsis from Goodreads "In vain thou shall use many medicines, but thou shalt not be kured. And even though you search for a virgin to lay upon her balm, t...

  • Jen

    Well, I just finished this book and all I can say is wow!!! I'm a bit shell shocked by the thought of the grotesque,diseased "manhood" in the book, but once I get over that I should be fine!!LOLYikes,...