Perfected by nature. Twisted by science. A miracle cure gone very, very wrong.
An abandoned forest resort should have been paradise for a creature like Ishmael. Isolated from civilization, so far removed from human eyes, Ishmael could have reveled in his true nature without threat of discovery. But he had been abducted, drugged, and marooned there without a word, sent into exile by the cryptic Wyrd Council. And he's not alone. In this unholy quarantine, Ishmael is just another mouth to feed. And he's no longer the apex predator.
Kept me engaged and caring about the characters. I am quite dubious about the genetic "science", which made it hard for me to sit on my suspension of disbelief. And this is not for delicate souls, quite grim. But a story of redemption, nevertheless. Quite enjoyed the reader as well.
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I had no idea, besides the synopsis . I liked the cover are an the premise sounded interesting . I know what some might say shapeshifter been there . You would at least in my mildly humble oppion be missing out . The hole trace of this book from beginning to end was very interesting imaginative and well done . I'm a sci-Fi fantasy junkie . So my imagination is my key to open the metaphorical door to the worlds created by talented people not only in litterly but visually and so on . By I digress, I hope the best too Pat Flewwelling I enjoyed this book and hope you have plans too follow up . Like life every story has and end , I feel there a lot more to this story . Also the narrator did a great job with the snarky smart Assry , feels good to talk crap to friend or enemy alike ...