Wednesday, 26 October 2016

Book Review of Shifting In The Realms

About the book

The Realms refers to a parallel dimension hidden between Minneapolis and St. Paul where creatures, humans think of as only mythical, roam free.

Cody is a shape shifter with some monumental problems that all started when he died. He’s escaped to The Realms from the midlands between Heaven and Hell only to find his best friend is potential food for the resident vampires, his girlfriend only loves him in his wolf form and her mother…well that’s a whole other story. 

It isn’t easy being Cody, but like a good wolf he’ll do what he can to protect his pack even if it kills him. Wait…he’s already dead.

My Review

A real quick read and a light hearted story!

The story finished even before I knew it was complete. I was expecting to read more in the book and then I discovered the fact that, it was a set novella written by different authors put together in the form of “The Twin City Series.”

Vampires and werewolves are the predominant species in the realm. Cody a wolf-shifter feels he is more powerful in his wolf form than his human form. And it feels great when you are stuck with being a werewolf at the age of 16 forever.

We are introduced to a new kind of supernatural entity of fire demon, who is even more powerful than the vampires and they are the kind that vampires fear.

A romantic scene in the story with a sun setting in the horizon, will make your heart flutter, had you been lucky enough to be in the same place at the same time.

The plot is great but I wish I could have read more.

Read more about the book at Online Book Club

About the author

Theresa Snyder is a multi-genre writer with an internationally read blog. She grew up on a diet of B&W Scifi films like Forbidden Planet and The Day the Earth Stood Still. She is a voracious reader and her character driven writing is influenced by the early works of Anne McCaffrey, Ray Bradbury, Robert Heinlein and L. Ron Hubbard. She loves to travel, but makes her home in Oregon where her elder father and she share a home and the maintenance of the resident cat, wild birds, squirrels, garden,and occasional Dragon house guest.

Blog: http://www.theresasnyderauthor.com/