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Dimension Shifter: Dimensions Saga Book 1 Paperback – March 17, 2012
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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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
ok book there are better out there just not my cup of tea but it is still well written bookPublished 6 months ago by Kevin Klein
This author has a wonderful imagination. The characters come to life in a way that keeps engrossed in the story. If you like tales of fantasy, this is a great book to read. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kristy Andrews
Contemporary words used such as used by teenagers today, as opposed to a far off place. Intriguing plot tho, Would read part 2.Published 7 months ago by Surge
The writing is terrible! There are lots of grammatical and spelling errors and is not well written. The story was just barely interesting enough to keep me reading. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Ok so I've read each like 5 times and when I didn't have a working kindle I made my g-ma buy this series and heku just so I could read them their amazing I would love the author's... Read morePublished 10 months ago by alice hendrix
Interesting storyline and plot. Descent character development. I would read more works by this authorPublished 13 months ago by Sherry S.
My kind of book. Kings and knights are cool. Add a little magic and some monsters and God's. You have a good read.Published 15 months ago by Rebecca Payne
Like the story but there are a lot of gaps in more detail.
Could have gone into the romantic part with more details.
Can't it to red the other 2 books. A lot of fun, funny
In different ways. I would suggest it to any readers who enjoy playful book readings.