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Rogue's Curse (Rogue Prophet #1)

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2000 years after the Rapture, the world still sucks. The talisman responsible for the Rapture has embedded itself in Doban's chest, making him the most wanted rogue in history. Pursued by a biblical prophet intent on ripping the talisman out, Doban must seek help from the only woman who ever loved him--a woman he once left to die in a tomb. Can they let go of the past long ...more
Paperback, 286 pages
Published June 15th 2011 by Beer and TV (first published July 17th 2010)
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Sara
Description: 2000 years after the rapture, the talisman responsible returns. The original owner seeks it but the stone has chosen a rogue as its companion. Doban, the rogue, must outwit his pursuers and trust the woman he once betrayed. This book eludes my ability for an easy description. It took me two chapters to decide the humor was intentional (hey, I’m slow sometimes).

Overall assessment: The book sucked me in despite my better judgment. The humor kept my smiling and the plot kept me guessin
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Janelle
It's disgusting, vulgar, vile, and one of the funniest books I have ever read! I definitely recommend it!
A Book Vacation
This is a fantastic read. I will admit that I began the book with trepidation, since it “contains graphic violence, off-kilter copulation, and nasty rogues.” Therefore, I did a test. Before I began reading, I read a short excerpt, to which my reaction was “Ewwwwwww!” along with much laughter. Well, anything that can gross me out and keep me laughing at the same time is well worth a read, and I was right! I found that the “graphic violence, off kilter copulation, and nasty rogues” were ingenious ...more
Wenj
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Rogue's Curse, the debut novel in Jason Beymer's Rogue Prophet series, is a wonderfully off kilter tale that I couldn't bring myself to put down. The roguish, lewd and often times crude humor had me laughing out loud late into the night while the never ending action kept me enthralled and wanting to know what happened next! Truly, this was a fun romp with a cast full of memorable characters that you'll want to revisit again and again.

Initially, I have to a
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Jennifer
Mar 27, 2013 Jennifer rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: fans of fantasy, fans of adult humor
Shelves: won, fantasy, comedy
I really enjoyed this book. It's full of irreverent humor, horny men with no moral compasses or scruples, and graphic violence. It's funny and entertaining and totally inappropriate.

My one gripe? The cover doesn't do this book justice. The front cover is completely lackluster; with a gothic font and three silhouettes in a forest, it looks like some uninspired young-adult fantasy novel. The blurb on the back is uninteresting and doesn't set this story apart from others in the genre. The tagline i
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Alisa Hedden
Jason’s off kilter stories are definitely entertaining. Where he is planning to go with this one is definitely a question at the start. (To catch a predator spoof). Remember, the main character is a Rogue (definition: A dishonest or unprincipled man, A person whose behavior one disapproves of but who is nonetheless likable or attractive, A person or thing that behaves in an aberrant, faulty, or unpredictable way) or is it? So, fair warning, if you are offended by anything (rewritten bibles, cann ...more
Samantha
Utter rubbish, I gave it 2 stars because despite how rubbish it was, I did find myself wanting to finish the book to find out what happened, and some parts of it were really laugh out loud ridiculously funny. I'm not sure that this is what the author intended but it's what happened for me.

Can't say I'll bother with the rest of the series though....
Amber Butler
Its amazerful but the plot is kindof wierd just saying :D
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A permanent fixture at his local coffeehouse, Jason Beymer hunches over his laptop in a caffeine-induced frenzy, jowls slick with muse. He writes fantasy and horror laced with inappropriate humor. When not pounding on his keyboard, Jason worships at the feet of Ray Bradbury, and engages in an unhealthy obsession with Grace Park and Tricia Helfer.
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