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    Lots of problems

    I was particularly bothered by the fact that Skye's point of view is written in first person and everyone else, Luc, Shade, Bad Guy, etc., were all written in third person. This structure just didn't mesh for me and every time the POV would change it would jar me out of the story. I also had a lot of issues with the writing, in particular the dialogue, which felt stilted or odd with strange word choices, like Skye saying "copper" when referring to her brother, a cop. Luc also asks Skye "what are you?" about 10 times in just the first 20% and it was often several times right after each other. Neither Skye nor Luc seem very good at keeping their secrets -- Skye pretty much admits that the injured dog in the beginning is communicating with her and The Ark appears to revel in hiding their shapeshifting abilities in plain sight. The last thing that bothered me was Skye's attitude and mannerisms which came across very young and immature. I'm not sure what age Skye is supposed to be but she often sounded like a 16 year old not getting her way.
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