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    A new take on shape shifter fiction

    An interesting debut that shows lots of promise. The story takes place in a world where people acquire the ability to shape shift as they reach adulthood. Change of Chaos explores what happens when Siray, a young female fails to change. From a slow paced introduction, the reader is whisked into a series of incredibly fast paced action sequences, as Siray is first imprisoned and tortured by an unknown group of assailants, then is lead to escape by Baindan, a male capable of assuming multiple forms. On reaching safety, the pace slows down again as Siray joins a training camp, aimed at giving her the skills to become a resistance fighter. Pros: * Although it's made clear that Siray is different from the other trainees, the trainers don't automatically fawn over her, and by the end of the book, only one male has declared an interest in her. * Shape shifting is completely natural in this world; there's not a supernatural element to be found. It's a nice point of difference. * There's a good cliffhanger ending Cons: * The escape sequence is almost too fast; it takes a lot of concentration * None of the characters ever question exactly what it is that they're resisting. They may well have joined the "dark side" from what the reader can see * This is a very long book for the genre. If the second and third instalments are similar, it's a big commitment All in all, I'm just intrigued enough to continue with the series.
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