Monday, April 27, 2015

Review: Transformed by E. V. Fairfall


 Read from March 31st - April 3, 2015.  

(Source:  I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.)


Transformed is a very original novel set in modern times, though the heroine has been alive for centuries.  Thea, as Mother Nature, usually takes the form of a deer, and spends her time saving the lives of other animals that hunters try to kill.  She sacrifices herself for them, and then comes back to life in a different place so she can do it all again.  After waking up in the same place several times in a row, Thea begins to think there may be a reason she keeps ending up in the same forest, and begins a quest to figure it out.  

I really enjoyed the author's writing style, as well as the original story.  The characters were well-written, and I thought the plot twist was clever and believable.  Sometimes I have problems with epilogues, but I actually really liked this one.  My only issue with it is that it ended!  I would definitely be interested in reading a sequel (just based off the epilogue).  

It started out a little slow, and felt a bit rushed at the end, but those were minor flaws.  In short, I really enjoyed reading about Thea's journey.  


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