The Curse Catcher

The Curse Catcher

The Complex Book Series.A Lone Planet. One Complex.Unlimited Chaos.An ancient beast’s cravings have awoken, and now they must be fed.Locked away in a prison meant to hold an immortal, a creature’s inhuman screams pierce the air. It batters against the walls of its cage, denting them from the inside out.Through an unlucky twist of fate, Skylar Curiel is chosen as a sacrific...

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Title:The Curse Catcher
Author:Laura Thalassa
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Edition Language:English

The Curse Catcher Reviews

  • Alexandra
    Dec 26, 2016

    Short and amazing!

  • Kazy
    Dec 10, 2016

    For such a short book, it packed a whole lot of FANTASTIC!!! The story was filled with action and magic. Skylar was a great, brave heroine. She wasn't just going to lay down and forfeit her life after being thrown to the beast. Speaking of the 'Beast', I loved him. He had such an interesting back story. I don't want to write too much and give anything away because I loved finding out new things throughout the book. Very interested in reading the other stories in series.

  • Edith
    Jan 17, 2017

    4 stars

    I loved it. Makes me want to read the other books from the Complex series.

    I liked this postapocalyptical world mixed with supernaturals and mythical creatures.

  • Coyora Dokusho
    Jan 14, 2017

    Wasn't what I was expecting! But decent~ Maybe I'll read the other books in the series/anthology by the other authors, not sure yet!

  • Shasha
    Dec 10, 2016

    What a unique mix of science fiction and fantasy in this novella. The world building and emotions were clear. The romance was sweet and the curse terrible.

    I noticed only one typo.

    Sexual content

    Present tense

  • Lina
    Jan 26, 2017

    I enjoyed this book and I just want to read more from Laura Thalassa because her words always hooked me. I wish there were more interactions between the beast and Skylar and I know that the reason why that's not possible is perfectly explained in the book, but I missed the building up towards a relationship. I believe that a sequel or just making the story longer would fix the little things that I wasn't into.

    Being totally honest it pained me to spend 2.99 dollars for such a short novella but h

    I enjoyed this book and I just want to read more from Laura Thalassa because her words always hooked me. I wish there were more interactions between the beast and Skylar and I know that the reason why that's not possible is perfectly explained in the book, but I missed the building up towards a relationship. I believe that a sequel or just making the story longer would fix the little things that I wasn't into.

    Being totally honest it pained me to spend 2.99 dollars for such a short novella but hey ! It's Laura and this brief story was okay. I might go and read one of the series by her that I haven't read yet.

  • Jodie Horn
    Dec 11, 2016

    Ah-mazing ! This was a very quick read but , it was packed with so many emotions and suspenseful moments . Its sort of a twist on the old beauty and the beast tale. It features a strong female lead, who refuses to be the typical damsel in distress, when she's thrown underground as a sacrifice. I was immediately hooked and finished it with in a few hours . I LOVED the bit of Greek mythology in it as well. I'm now eager to read the rest of the stories this little book world has to offer .

  • Alecsa Nbna
    Dec 17, 2016

    A very short and sweet story. As always,

    writes amazing love stoires.

    If you liked what she wrote until now, you'll like this one too.

  • Sunniva Dee
    Dec 29, 2016

    It's funny how the only supernatural/paranormal/sci-fi books I ever read are Laura Thalassa's. It's because there is always so much more to her stories. I loved this beauty and beast novella, how the author mixed the ways of Greek mythology with science fiction and added the biggest, hottest, sweetest touch of star-crossed love to the pot. I usually fall asleep reading in bed--I'm talking ten minutes, max--but with The Curse Catcher I read until I had finished it, which was at three a.m. Very en

    It's funny how the only supernatural/paranormal/sci-fi books I ever read are Laura Thalassa's. It's because there is always so much more to her stories. I loved this beauty and beast novella, how the author mixed the ways of Greek mythology with science fiction and added the biggest, hottest, sweetest touch of star-crossed love to the pot. I usually fall asleep reading in bed--I'm talking ten minutes, max--but with The Curse Catcher I read until I had finished it, which was at three a.m. Very engaging.

  • Rains
    Jan 30, 2017

    I gave this book 4 stars, as I loved the cute short read, but it was, at some points, too corny for my tastes. The ending also left you feeling slightly incomplete and confused. I mean, what happens next?!

    It was a cute play on Beauty and the Beast, which is one of my favorite Disney movies, and it had a good twist adding a Minotaur as the Beast, adding some mythology to the mix. Having the Beauty control a power that seems to have been given to her for purely the purpose of saving the Beast, lef

    I gave this book 4 stars, as I loved the cute short read, but it was, at some points, too corny for my tastes. The ending also left you feeling slightly incomplete and confused. I mean, what happens next?!

    It was a cute play on Beauty and the Beast, which is one of my favorite Disney movies, and it had a good twist adding a Minotaur as the Beast, adding some mythology to the mix. Having the Beauty control a power that seems to have been given to her for purely the purpose of saving the Beast, left a sweet taste in my mouth. I mean, who doesn’t love the thought of soul mates?!

    Anyways, as I said earlier, the book was a very good, cute, short read, but the end left something to be desired. The book progressed very quickly, but it was understandably quick, as it was a short read and meant to be to blunt with finesse. Without me giving away any spoilers, all I can say for the ending is that it ended way too abruptly, even for the short story that it was. I mean, COME ONE! You get me hooked and make me read a beautiful story and have an ending that is just… NOTHING! UGH! Even the Disney movie Beauty and the Beast had a better ending! At least you know, more or less, how they are going to live the rest of their lives! UUUGGGHHHH!.... Anyways, besides that, the book was very good and I would suggest it to anyone who loves the short, easy, romantic reads