Transformations (Transfiguration) by John DeJordy (Review by Derek – #NerdGirlDad)

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Title: Transformations (Transfiguration)

Author: John DeJordy

Published Date: December 8th 2013

Genre: Fantasy 

Rating:

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***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

Upon awakening in the magical realm Elilith, John and his four comrades are doubly shocked. Not only are they no longer in 17th-century Salem, Massachusetts, but they are transformed, having acquired unusual abilities. 

As John and his friends struggle to accept their new home and understand their new powers, the group befriends a race of elves suffering from a mysterious plague. As more of their beautiful forest is destroyed, the elves sense their extinction drawing near. The five newcomers pledge their assistance to the ailing elves. 

Sparse clues lure the group into an immense fort, inhabited by hideous creatures, both living and dead. They follow the trail to a maze of treacherous tunnels and finally to the true heart of the forest, where the source of the plague dwells. 

Will John, Diane, Robert, Charles and Jean-Luc persevere to find the true heart of the forest and stop the plague? 

Can the five master their transformations in time to save both Elilith and their birth home? 

Transformations is book one of the Transfiguration series

 

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***Derek – #NerdGirlDad’s  Review***

 This a five star read for anyone into fantasy. The characters have, between them, just about every magical power you have ever read about. Accept this, then just enjoy as, having befriended a race of elves and agreed to use their powers to help they set about setting things to right in the land. Once they reach the fort they are faced with, from your point of view a different hideous creature in each section of it, some alive and some dead and having many with dozens of others to help them. Each gives our heroes a new challenge to overcome, but it will not surprise you to learn that they eventually manage it. It is the ‘how’ that makes good reading. Note, this is only the first of a series.

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