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Curse (Blur Trilogy #3)

Dont miss this intriguing and climactic conclusion to the Blur Trilogy. As Daniel Byers prepares to attend a basketball camp before his senior year of high school, the terrifying blurs thatve plagued him for the last nine months return.Dark images begin to haunt himcreatures crawling from the deepest pits of his nightmares, glimmers of chilling memories from his early childhood. But before he can unearth the meaning behind his mysterious hallucinations, Daniel must team up with two other extraordinary teens to save a young woman who has been abducted by a scientist obsessed with enacting his own warped form of justice.This atmospheric mystery picks up where Fury left off and takes readers into the uncharted regions where reality and madness intertwine....

Title : Curse (Blur Trilogy #3)
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ISBN : 28230959
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 492 pages
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Curse (Blur Trilogy #3) Reviews

  • Melanie

    Curse is the final book in the Blur trilogy and a superb conclusion! I loved how everything wrapped up nicely and I can't think of anything I was wondering during the story that wasn't answered in the end (I mean, even the riddles got answered). :)

    I read Curse pretty quickly and I have a love/hate with that; because I loved that the pages flew by, but I hated when I was finished because I then had nothing more to read. ;)

    There were some very creepy scenes in Curse (can I say "tattooing eyeball
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  • Candy

    I always love his books. My favorite author!

  • Sharon

    Skyscape and Two Lions and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Curse, in exchange for an honest review.

    When an anonymous donor gives Daniel Byers the opportunity to attend basketball camp out of state, he turns to his friends and girlfriend for company on the long road trip. As they are about to embark on their journey, however, Daniel can suddenly see the blurs that have been gone for the last few months. When his life gets exceedingly more complicated, will Daniel be able to make
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  • Kristy

    Hm. I wasn't as impressed by this last book. Daniel's visions seem oddly unjointed to anything but himself. The actual mystery that is going on doesn't relate to his blurs at all. It was still an interesting read, but lacking what the first two had.

  • Mary

    This third book in the Blur Trilogy brings the underlying storyline of Daniel Byers to an exciting head. Like the previous two books, there is a main mystery here to be solved by Daniel and his friends, only this time Daniel has some other allies he meets up with to help with the major case, one that could impact the entire country. The reader also gets some long-awaited answers from the other books too.

    This is definitely a young adult book, but as an adult, I enjoyed it too. It has plenty of a
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  • Reshteen

    Well, It's finally over.

    "... Daniel's off to a basketball camp before his High School senior year. Meanwhile Malcolm Zacharias is recruiting other kids who have blurs. Dr. Adrian Waxford from the last book has also returned and he is up to something evil. Eventually all of their paths come across. And there is deadline as well..."

    Curse didn't do it for me! This wasn't because my taste differs, or because I am not one of the intended audiences of this book. No! It's because the writing is poor.

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  • Angela Kay

    The Blur trilogy (Blur, Fury, and Curse) is James’ first young adult series. It is the story of Daniel Byers who has had what doctors think are hallucinations, but in truth, the dead are trying to tell him how to solve the crimes. In Curse, Daniel begins preparing to attend a basketball camp when the terrifying blurs return to haunt him. As he tries to figure out the meaning behind his most recent blurs, Daniel finds himself teamed up with two other teens that are just as extraordinary. They rac ...more

  • Taryn

    3.5 stars