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Memoirs of a Shape-Shifter.

Memoirs of a Shape-Shifter

Thomas Kaplan-Maxfield

Kepler Press

PO Box 400326, Cambridge, MA 02140

0971377030 $25.00 www.keplerpress.com

Memoirs of a Shape-Shifter is a fantastic novel with Gothic qualities. Transitioning between the present day story of a young woman and the discovered journal of her ancestor, penned in colonial-era New England, Memoirs of a Shape Shifter follows both the modern woman's struggles with the crises in her life, and her ancestor's struggles. The descendant becomes a Druid magician just like her ancestor, responsible for the knife-edge balance between power and love. Entangled and complex, Memoirs of a Shape-Shifter draws the reader into its webs of conflicting motives and does not let go until the final page.
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