How far would you go to save your child’s life?

Bree Smith’s son, Adam, is dying.

Bree is out of money and out of hope when a dishevelled young man, Bateman, approaches her with a proven cure.  There’s only one catch: Bree will need to collect it…from the future.

The cost? Just to return with a small package for Bateman.

Once in the future, Bree faces the terrible consequences of the deal she has struck. She must make a final choice: save her son or save humanity?

Conceived by terminal cancer patient, Joshua Castle and brought to print, posthumously, by his mother, Penny, Cure is fast-paced and tense. You won't put it down until you’ve reached the very last page.


Cure forces you to consider what price you would pay to save the one you love – and whose life you would willingly hang in the balance. Joshua Castle’s writing is visceral and unforgettable.

Tayla Kaplan

Joshua's favourite teacher

Cure wasn't what I expected. It was written by Josh, a teenage boy with cancer, and published posthumously with help from Josh's mother. I never met Josh but I imagine he was much like this book  -creative, intense, energetic, conflicted, and with a surprise ending. The book is both so real and so...surreal. You can read it in an hour or two. I highly recommend it.

Heather Mason

Blogger, 2Summer

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