“Carrie Rubin’s Eating Bull provides a compelling narrative that not only touches upon a concerning health issue for the community at large but also the ableism that plagues our society.” — Macabre Mary
“A deftly crafted novel of suspense and a compelling read from beginning to end…Very highly recommended.” — Midwest Book Review
“A solid thriller that manages to infuse one boy’s coming-of-age with a whole lot of murder.” — Kirkus Reviews
“Each of Rubin’s characters is carefully developed and believable.” — Akron Beacon Journal
“… bought the book, read the book, loved the book …” — Larry Brooks, USA Today bestselling author
“4 out of 4 stars…all the right elements for an enjoyable read: great writing, great plot, and great characters.” — Online Book Club
“This is a MUST read, should be in libraries and on classroom discussion calendars” — Tome Tender Book Blog
“Rubin is a masterful storyteller who weaves her medical knowledge into a gripping thriller, diving head-first into a meaty subject that has been ignored for far too long. Eating Bull paints a disturbing portrait of a society in denial and delivers characters that get under your skin and stay there.” — Dianne Gray, award-winning Australian author of Soul’s Child and The Everything Theory
“The one-of-a-kind plot is accompanied by beautiful character depth and background writing … Carrie Rubin is a talented writer and I can’t wait to read what she thinks of next.” — Samantha Coville for Readers’ Favorite
“Carrie Rubin tackles obesity, fat-shaming, and bullying in this unique and original psychological thriller certain to keep you thinking long after you’ve finished reading.” — Maddie Cochere, author of the Susan Hunter and Two Sisters and a Journalist cozy mystery series.
“Bullied and pummeled just because of the heavy burden his waistline carries, Jeremy and a tough public health nurse take on the giants of junk food, drawing Darwin to them as surely as a wasp. And so the murdering begins. A fast-paced thriller with a climax that nails it.” — Frederick Anderson, author of I Am Cara, The Butterfly Man, and Hallbury Summer
About the Author
Carrie Rubin is a physician-turned-novelist who writes genre-bending medical thrillers. She is a member of the International Thriller Writers Association and lives in Northeast Ohio.