Book Review: Shifting in the Realms: The Twin Cities Series - Book 1
Today I will be reviewing Shifting in the Realms: The Twin Cities Series - Book 1
Shifting in the Realms: The Twin Cities Series - Book 1 isn't a really long book, but it really packs a punch. There is a lot going on in here, and a lot to unpack, but it does a good job of telling the story and being interesting without really falling in on itself and the world it is building.
Cody is dead, but he isn't really dead because he has somehow found a way to stay around and help his pack out despite not really being alive. There is a lot happening out in the world, and a lot outside of the immediate story, so it was clear that the author intends for this to be a multiple entry story, and I think she has a lot of content to cover.
The writing was good, though it would have used a little more punchiness at times. I liked Cody and his love interest, but I think it suffered from the problem most novellas run into in that it was simply so short it was difficult to actually keep up with the story and feel like everything was given the attention it deserved.
Definitely worth checking out for fans of the genre!
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.
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