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Author: Heather Ostler
Publisher: Cedar Fort
Release Date: June 2012
Series: The Shapeshifter’s Secret #1
4 Stars: I Really Liked It
When things went wrong at school Julia was sent to a castle boarding school to learn more about her discovered talent, her mom, and what her dad really does. The Shapeshifter’s Secret is a great title because there were a lot of secrets to discover in this read.
It took reading the first 3rd of the book before I got into it. I guess I didn’t connect with Julia for some reason. When I finished the book and looked back I still didn’t know why I didn’t feel connected. I liked Julia’s character but maybe it was all the secrets I thought were going on. Even at the end there’s still a certain character I don’t trust, but that actually makes me want to read the next book even more. I have to find out more about this character (I won’t even mention the name because I don’t want to give anything away!). It seems my suspicions about him were wrong, but I don’t believe it. I need to read book 2!
Julia has 2 friends, Gabe and Sierra, who really add to the story. They were great. I really enjoyed this book! If you love fantasy, especially fantasy that is discovered in the real world, then you’ll love this book. I can’t wait to read more!
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Sexual Content: mild ( kissing )
Violence: mild ( injuries, blood, sword fight, murder )
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4 thoughts on “Book Review: The Shapeshifter’s Secret by Heather Ostler”
Jessica- Yes read it! It had some cool similarities to Harry Potter actually.
Soma- Yeah The Siren's Secret is book 2 in the series. I'm looking forward to reading that one!
Oooh this looks like something I would totally love to read! I'm glad you thought it was good!
Well, I have her other book, The Siren's secret, but I don't know if they are sequels or not
GREAT review, deary