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Arm Farm

3.50  ·  Rating details ·  14 ratings  ·  9 reviews
"The text books discourage wild flights of imagination, but those in the field embrace them." Captivating and intriguing - from the title until we discover the identity of the unknown subject. Is an arm farm a place to grow arms, and is this about medical science and amputees and replacement surgery? Within five paragraphs we learn that it is not about growing arms and sur ...more
Paperback, 212 pages
Published October 25th 2010 by ProSpec Industries Inc
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Kelly Moran
Sep 19, 2011 rated it really liked it
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Sarah Butland is the author of three books for children, young adult, and adult. She is 28 years old and currently residing in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, with her husband, son, a dog named Corona, and cat named Russ. On any given day you can catch her reading books by Luanne Rice, Lesley Choyce, Stephen King and Dan Brown. She's also open to reading new authors.

"The text books discourage wild flights of imagination, but those in the field embrace them." From the title until we dis
She unlocked then opened the gate. Walking
inside she saw arms in the ground....Dead arms
sticking out of the ground. Each one in a various
stage of decay. Some with fingers or without hands.
The smell is overwhelming. The horror intense.
Natalie is in the Arm Farm.
Natalie is studying in the field of forensics. Her
parents were murdered so she choose this path
in life with the hope to find the killer.
Natalie is being stalked then she is kidnapped.
The story was an unique plot. The reader gets to
Sue Slade
May 31, 2021 rated it liked it
The New-Adult suspense novel ‘Arm Farm’ by Sarah Butland had a refreshingly different storyline. I enjoyed the idea of Natalie having the opportunity to attend a forensic conference and that the opening ‘meet and greet’ night for the conference was a secret Murder Mystery Night, very creative. It was a quick story with short chapters. Those who like T.V. shows like CSI will enjoy this story.
Patti Richards
Jun 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great book

What an interesting book, kept me turning page after page. I would recommend this book for anyone who likes a great thriller. Great storyline.
Feb 07, 2012 rated it it was ok
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After walking in from school to find her mothers lifeless body covered in blood and then being told her father had also been butchered in their family home, seven year old Natalie’s life is set on a new course. She grows up with an interest in forensic science, not consciously with the aim of solving her parents still open murder, but more so she could help other victims and their families by getting answers. Natalie’s natural skills were noticed by her professors and she was given the oppor
Debra Chapoton
Dec 20, 2010 rated it it was ok
I have never been angrier at an editor and publisher for letting down an author as I was before, during and after reading ARM FARM by Sarah Butland. I was leery before reading it because, let’s face it, we do judge books by their covers and this one looked like a pre-teen had drawn it. I was irritated while reading because I found myself repeatedly rolling my eyes at the convoluted and outlandish situations, the inane dialogue and the extraneous or repetitive information. Example: The main chara ...more
Apr 05, 2012 rated it liked it
Sarah Butland’s Arm Farm starts wonderfully with a young woman walking into a field of… arms. The touches of horror blend perfectly with reality as she contemplates why she’s there—a perfectly natural explanation—and the chapter’s intriguing, disturbing and fascinating all at once.

The story becomes a little more mundane as the top-of-her-class college student proceeds to get thoroughly drunk while celebrating success with her teacher. Characters make important decisions with surprising ease, bel
Jun 23, 2013 rated it liked it
The concept of a young woman who decides to go into forensics to find the killer of her parents was excellent. I didn't understand the character's actions or reasoning at times and I found the ending quite abrupt. But this was an acceptably decent first attempt at writing a mystery novel. In my personal opinion, a professional content editor could have made this an exceptional story. ...more
Oct 09, 2013 added it
Not for me, sorry.
Really loved the opening chapter. Thought the Arm Farm imagery was great. The book, though, needed a really good critique. Seemingly unimprtant details (like how people had their coffee, etc) got a lot of page-time. Maybe it *is* important, and I'm missing something, but... Unfortunately, this time, it just isn't for me.
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