March BOTM ~ Official Review: Eating Bull by Carrie Rubin

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Re: March BOTM ~ Official Review: Eating Bull by Carrie Rubi

Post by Miriam Molina »

This is a novel plot where obese people become the target of a serial killer. I certainly want to taste this thriller.

Thank you for the thorough review.

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I can feel the alacrity you wrote this review with and definitely makes it sound like a nice read. On my must read list. Thanks!

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Convincing review, I think this is a good one. Thanks ^_^
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Post by Amy747 »

This book has a very unique storyline, which I really appreciate. I can definitely relate to feeling controlled by food.

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