Rating 1 / 5
From a transformation perspective this is the kind of book that I dislike. The transformation has little effect on the plot. About the only time it does is when someone is killed by the animal form. This lead to a cull of the animal forms, which leads to more people going missing, strengthening the cull.
As for the story itself, it is non-linear and can sort of be understood. The story is only ok. The male main character for instance does not seem to have much of a story. I do not know if it was intentional or not but he gets called a catalyst, which is appropriate as he does not really change during the story.
Overall I would recommend giving this one a miss from a transformation point of view. From a non transformation point of view, maybe you might like it.
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