Shifters

Shifters

by Alisa Carter
     
 
“Stuffing from a pillow rained down on everything. The curtain was yanked off half the window. And the ceiling fan was hanging at a definite angle. The room was filled with the scent of Cheetos, warm chocolate milk, and unwashed monkey.


We studied the room for a few seconds. ‘We shouldn't be monkeys again,’ I said.”

Overview

“Stuffing from a pillow rained down on everything. The curtain was yanked off half the window. And the ceiling fan was hanging at a definite angle. The room was filled with the scent of Cheetos, warm chocolate milk, and unwashed monkey.


We studied the room for a few seconds. ‘We shouldn't be monkeys again,’ I said.”



Freshman Daniel Brown thinks puberty is bad enough until the day he feels this burning under his skin and in his bones. No, not a weird form of jock itch – suddenly Daniel’s world spins and he finds himself an exact replica of his own cat. As if puberty didn’t suck enough, it turns Daniel into a shapeshifter. But he isn’t stuck being a werewolf; he can climb trees as a squirrel, battle a cannibalistic spider as a mouse, and play dog-fight with his own golden retriever. Things go downhill fast when Daniel receives a blackmail note from someone who knows his secret. Turns out he’s surrounded by tribes of shifters, and some might be crazy enough to rob houses and kill animals. Using his new shifter skills, Daniel sets out to protect his home town with his new best friend and the shifter girl they both fall for.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013416956
Publisher:
Alisa Carter
Publication date:
09/26/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
973,230
File size:
425 KB

Meet the Author

A former magazine editor and substitute teacher, ALISA CARTER lives in Missouri with her husband and three kids. Being a sub (and having kids) made her fall in love with teen fiction, especially humorous fiction for boys. Animals feature prominently in her writing, probably inspired by the stray animals her kids keep bringing home (currently at four cats, one mouse, three hamsters, and a large snake).

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