Therians have lived beside humans since the beginning, and now their time is ending. It is up to Karina, a feline therian, to teach and guide Nick, a wolf therian, all he needs to know before he can save their people. The task won’t be as easy as she thinks. With Nick balking at the start, the situation changes to where the two form a bond that will carry them to the end. After they leave First Home, the magic-bearing humans come out to try and stop them from saving their race and bring themselves into human view. Candace Gauger is a mother of two boys. Currently, she lives in Oklahoma where much of her family is located as well. Much of her spare time is spent enjoying writing, sketching, and creating new characters for role-play or for story ideas. She has an avid interest in Native Americans, some of which she has learned appears in much of her writing. Her life is quiet and simple amid the suburbanites of her hometown.
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Black Friday based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
An interesting book, but it could have been a lot better. The overall plot idea was interesting, and liked the nature of putting a fictional since on real-life therianthropy; however the pacing and set-up could have been better.The pacing was rather fast throughout the whole book and sometimes I was left confused on how fast or slow time is moving on. There were also a far amount of text mistakes, not so much in spelling, but in format here and there. Also the author at times was bad about naming a character off hand at times without the character ever to be mentioned again, which at times felt a little awkward. Little things like that.In real-life therians are humans who identify as being a certain animal either spiritually or psychology. In this fictional world the author was created, therians are both and yet neither human non-human animal - able to take on their human and animal form as well as a hybrid of the two. Within the story therians can be born awaked to their therian nature, or they might be awaked later on in life as to being a therian after living a life as a regular human or non-human animal. However, the existence of their kind is threatened.Overall I liked this book well enough, despite some of the overall book¿s problems here and there. This book might be of interested to people who want to read a book on shapeshifters (besides just and only wolves) or a fictional world based around therianthropy.
This is a book to keep the author humble with all the mistakes that got through but it is a good, if fast, read.