Eating Bull

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Eating Bull by Carrie Rubin

Excellent writing!

Excellent plot story!

A thriller that kept me turning the page. I liked how the author gave chapters to main characters. She gave the reader in-depth view of what the character felt and who they were. The story is about Jeremy, Eating Bull, who struggles with obesity from lots of fast food, sugar eating, and little exercise. He is a teenager being raised by a single mom and they live with her very bitter, name calling dad. Between his abusive words and kids from school, Jeremy battles with drowning his sorrows with food eating. Jeremy meets Sue, a health nurse, who convinces him to sue the fast food industry for being a part of his obesity. This lands Jeremy in the public eye and in the middle of a serial killer’s obsession with getting rid of obese people. Very exciting thriller! Read it to find out Jeremy’s outcome. You won’t regret it! 🙂

When I began reading this book it stirred me to reevaluate my habits. I’m not as obese as Jeremy but I am overweight for my height and have high blood pressure. I am blessed that my kids are not obese but I will keep limiting the extra sugar and fast food thanks to this book. The book did jump-start me to get active again on the treadmill!

Kudos to the author!

I got the message!

 

6 comments

  1. joey · August 10, 2016

    I liked it, too! I can’t wait for her next novel! 🙂

    • Carrie Rubin · August 10, 2016

      Thank you! What a nice comment to find. 🙂

  2. Carrie Rubin · August 10, 2016

    Wow, thank you so much for the review! Both here and on Amazon. I’m so glad you enjoyed the book, and I very much appreciate you taking the time to review it. Made my night! And kudos to you for hopping on that treadmill again! 🙂

    • 2bcreativeblog · August 16, 2016

      Mighty welcome! I’m going to do better at reviews! Usually just did the star thing and a short one. Loving my fitbit watch, it tells me to move! lol

      • Carrie Rubin · August 16, 2016

        My Fitbit tells me it loves me. Which is surprising considering I use it mostly as a glorified pedometer. I never enter my info. Too lazy.

      • 2bcreativeblog · August 17, 2016

        Funny. Mine is mostly steps too.

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