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I didn't dare move, my four legs as uncertain and untried as a newborn's... The triumph of what I had done thrilled through my blood, and the terror of it too. ...
I didn't dare move, my four legs as uncertain and untried as a newborn's... The triumph of what I had done thrilled through my blood, and the terror of it too. It had happened without my effort or will. What if I could not change back? Panic rose up in my breast, and I might have tried to claw my way out of my new skin if not for the fawn. He nuzzled beside me, nosing my flank as though checking for milk and then backing up awkwardly to find and lick my muzzle. The wonder of it pushed away the fear, and once I stopped being afraid, I understood that returning to my own form would be as simple as willing it.
Posted April 24, 2011
Sive is a powerful shapeshifter who can shift into the form of a deer and enslave anyone who hears her sing. Unfortunately, an evil druid named Far Doirche has taken an unhealthy interest in her. He wants to use her to enthrall others and create an unstoppable empire. To evade his clutches, she escapes to the human world and takes on the shape of a deer. There, she discovers that love exists in both worlds and seeks out sanctuary with a man named Finn and his warriors within the forest. However, Far follows her and is not willing to give up on his wishes in regards to her. Can Sive find a way to overcome the evil that is after her? Will love conquer all? SHAPESHIFTER is an endearing tale that gives a unique spin on this classic Irish legend. The plot is hard to follow at times, with the time jumps and the different points of view, but it still does a great job of holding the reader's interest. The characters are extremely memorable, and those who like fairy tales, fantasy, adventure, and legends will be left wishing there were more books to read when they're finished.
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Posted July 2, 2012
I absolutely love Holly Bennett. She has a very easy and engaging style of writing that just draws you into the story and the characters themselves. This book is a good twist on a classic legend, and an awesome read to boot. It's one of those books that you just can't seem to put down.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 30, 2011
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