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Dimension Shifter: Dimensions Saga Book 1 Paperback – March 17, 2012

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Book 1 of 9 in the Dimensions Saga Series

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About the Author

From the author of the hit novels, the Heku Series, comes a medieval fantasy, Dimension Shifter. In the vast universe of dimensions created by T.M. Nielsen, magic is alive, Knights fight, and evil reigns supreme. T.M. has been entertaining online audience for years, and it took many of her fans to convince her to publish the 8 books Heku Series. With a solid fan base, she branched out to include her other passion, medieval fantasy. Dimension Shifters has been in the works since 1997 and encompasses the intelligent, strong women TM is famous for.
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Product Details

  • Series: Dimensions Saga
  • Paperback: 298 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 17, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1466330767
  • ISBN-13: 978-1466330764
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,460,307 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I got this because it was a free book and I liked the summary.

I give this book three stars. Really I want to give it less, because I am so frustrated with the second half of the book which spiraled down pretty badly, leaving me annoyed with the book and struggling to finish, and dissatisfied when I did. But I will give it a three for the plot and first half.

Kyrin is able to shift between dimensions and is on the run from men who are hunting her for her ability to use magic and other 'crimes' that she has committed.
While on the run, she shifts into the dimension of Paragoy, a land of plenty ruled by a peaceful god, Sithias.
Because when she first entered into Paragoy she had been fatally injured, and then was healed by the priests and the king of the land, she becomes an indentured servant for one year to repay the king for saving her life.
She finds the people there are kind, and offer her friendship, but because her own god Daemionis (a cruel and petty god) is ever watching her and has installed in her a complete distrust of all people she is too fearful to trust the people of Paragoy. She feels unworthy of normal human feelings such as compassion, tenderness and love.
In the dimension that Kyrin comes from men oppress and beat the women, often forcing them into marriage, then losing interest in them when they become pregnant and casting them out.
Kyrin has vowed never to marry or have children.
Things get complicated when she begins developing romantic feelings towards the king and he towards her.
She begins to feel even more conflict because the demands of her god Daemionis for human sacrifices bumps up against the peace loving god Sithias rules for his followers.
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ok so this piece of trash starts off with an interesting, even engaging, premise. then it turns into nothing more than a patriarchal rape fantasy where an older, wealthier, more powerful man takes advantage of the female protagonist under the deluded guise of «what is best for her» ; which of course means what the MAN thinks is best. he does not like her in "male" clothing and so dresses her as a doll in "proper lady" clothing, she DOES NOT LIKE to be touched but he forces her to accept him kissing her. that is not romance, that is a violation... and is rape. he KNOWS she does not like it but he keeps forcing himself on her. yes. forcing himself. he is a predator grooming his prey to be complicit in her own rape. do not forget, she is a virgin and knows nothing about sex; she is also very young. he is a rapist, plain and simple. anyone who cannot see this is a fool and i cannot believe this author would put the rape of a young girl out there and call it "romance". it is disgusting and appalling.
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This a great series one that I would love to continue reading. When first start I saw some comparison with T.M. previous work The Heku Series but once the character start taking life it's something new and very different. Kyrin is a young woman that has been through an unthinkable horrible life she's a shifter that can run through dimensions and a magic user, which is illegal. She was promise to Mika and has been running since she was able to free herself from the marriage. Now she's been in the run from the Shadowmere Consortium and will go through any cost just to free from them. All dimensions are rotten and completely alienated from what was once the civilization. Kyrin follow god Daemionis a demon that reward her with pain and punishment in return of favors she might ask for. After running from the Shadowmere, she finds Paragoy dimension, a dimension that hasn't seen what the other has, this one has water, food and tranquility. Here she meets Alric the King of Valhara and start the process of trust something that she doesnt know due to the fact that in the other dimensions if you trust you die.

This story like I said it is different from Heku but when you first start reading a resemblance can be found. Kyrin is a person of conviction, independent, does not trust anyone and rely only on herself, which you can compare at the beginning with Emily (Heku Series) but once you learn the character life you star to see the difference. Alric can also has a resemblance to Chevalier (Heku Series) but he lets Kyrin do what she needs to do even though he often try to stop her but who wouldnt, is not easy to see the woman you love leave and not now where she is, what she's going through or if she EVER will be back.
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This was a very different story, although at it's heart a story about romance and magic. Magic was outlawed in most places and in others simply lost. Romance seemed to be highly variable across the different dimensions. Now add to the confusion, a mix of deities, both good and bad with bad being very bad. Deities with a very hands on approach in dealing with there followers. The dimensions, of which there seemed to be a great many and all highly varied. Some were apocalyptic cesspools while a very few were dimension of plenty and of peace. This story centers on a magic user who of course is an outlaw ( after all she uses magic) and on the run, able to cross dimensions. Paragoy where this story begins, is a dimension of plenty, primarily a dimension of good. She, all things considered ,is classified as an evil. The king of Paragoy is good, so this tale may be considered a Good vs Evil but that may be a little simplistic. Still opposites attract, good often conquers evil, boy meets girl and the stories just beginning!
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